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bug#61912: Hyperbole breaks Evil-mode's yank line and delete line operat
bug#61912: Hyperbole breaks Evil-mode's yank line and delete line operators
Thu, 02 Mar 2023 17:44:33 -0500
Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/27.1 (darwin)
Thanks for reporting this. We'll have a look and then circle back. -- rsw
Markus Nilsson <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Editor: GNU Emacs 28.2
> Hyperbole: 8.0.0
> Sys Type: x86_64-pc-linux-gnu
> OS Type: gnu/linux
> Expected behaviour:
> When using Hyperbole, yanking a line (using evil-mode's "y y" keypress) and
> then pasting (using "p") that line will paste with one newline at the end.
> Same with deleting a line (using the "d d" keypress) and pasting.
> Actual behaviour:
> When using Hyperbole, yanking and then pasting a line or deleting a line and
> then pasting will cause the pasted line to have an extra newline at the end.
> Steps to reproduce:
> I've uploaded a short video (3:41) to make it easier to reproduce and see the
> bug in action: https://youtu.be/7JmTPAPj7dk
> 1) Have a fresh install of emacs 28.2 with nothing in the ~/.emacs.d directory
> 2) Install evil mode
> 3) With evil mode installed test the yank line operator (yy) and then paste
> the yanked line. The line should be pasted with one newline.
> 4) Test the delete line operator (dd) and then paste. The line should be
> pasted with one newline.
> 5) Install GNU Hyperbole
> 6) With hyperbole mode installed test the yank line operator (yy) and then
> paste the yanked line. The pasted line has an extra newline attached
> 7) Test the delete line operator (dd) and then paste. Again there is an extra
> newline at the end