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bug#36696: 26.2; query-replace error

From: Theodore Ehrenborg
Subject: bug#36696: 26.2; query-replace error
Date: Sat, 20 Jul 2019 11:38:14 -0400

Thank you for your help.

I cannot reproduce the error in my computer's original version of Emacs, 22.1.1. I don't know why.

What OS and Tex version did you use when trying to replicate the error?

If the error cannot be replicated on a computer using the latest versions of Emacs and MacTex, neither installed with Homebrew, then I agree that Homebrew is somehow causing the issue.

Best regards,
Theodore Ehrenborg

Den lör 20 juli 2019 kl 05:59 skrev Eli Zaretskii <address@hidden>:
tags 36696 unreproducible

> From: Theodore Ehrenborg <address@hidden>
> Date: Tue, 16 Jul 2019 16:22:44 -0400
> Type emacs -Q
> Use C-x C-f to open a new file called test.tex
> Type the following three lines in test.tex:
> \foo
> foo
> foo
> (The first line is '\foo', not 'foo')
> Then go to the beginning of the file with M-<
> and use M-% to begin query-replace
> Try to replace 'foo' with 'foo'.
> When prompted for the first line,
> type 'y' to replace.
> Then emacs returns an error:
> Args out of range: #<buffer test.tex>, 0, 1
> I'm using the most recent installation of MacTex and emacs.
> Both were installed with Homebrew.

I cannot reproduce this in Emacs 26.2, 26.2.90, and 27 built from

Maybe it's specific to MacTex and Emacs installed with Homebrew.

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