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Re: bounds-of-thing-at-point for paragraphs

From: Corwin Brust
Subject: Re: bounds-of-thing-at-point for paragraphs
Date: Fri, 6 Nov 2020 17:45:39 -0600

Thanks for replying back in Drew, I missed had missed this and just saw now.

On Tue, Nov 3, 2020 at 10:07 AM Drew Adams <> wrote:
> > FWIW, I can also repro this on 26.3 under -Q so I no longer think this
> > is a regression for 27.
> What is it that you can repro on 26.3? What's the recipe?
> If I use `emacs -Q' then `q' exits with `finder-exit',
> which deletes the window (unless it's alone in its frame).
> I think that's what `q' has always done in such a Finder
> window (until the regression introduced in Emacs 27).

I retested and now agree this is a regression for Emacs 27.

I was intially confused about the different behaviour when the
*Finder-package* is the only window in the frame.  Retesting under -Q
in 26.3 and 27.1 clearly gives different behavior when the commentary
buffer's window isn't made to occupy the whole frame.


I think this should be pushed to the Emacs 27 branch. Are you convinced?

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