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bug: search failed on first hit in isearch



Yes, I am able to reproduce this, good catch!

Will see why it's happening in the next few days, thank you for a
clear description that makes it easy to reproduce.

Note that there is another mystery bug in using Emacspeak with
info under X  Windows -- sometimes emacspeak fails to speak the
contents of the info buffer -- it behaves as if the line is
hidden -- and it magically works if you open an emacsclient
window on the console and switch to that *same* info buffer in
the terminal frame.
>>>>> "Jarek" == Jarek Czekalski <jarekczek@poczta.onet.pl> writes:
    Jarek> Steps to reproduce: 1. run emacspeak without init file
    Jarek> 2. open emacs info (C-h C-h r) 3. start isearch (C-s)
    Jarek> 4. type "is" 5. "Search failed" is spoken
    Jarek> 
    Jarek> Expected behaviour: read the line in which "is" was
    Jarek> found.
    Jarek> 
    Jarek> The next hits behave normally, that is their lines are
    Jarek> spoken, not "Search failed" message.
    Jarek> 
    Jarek> Do you reproduce it?
    Jarek> 
    Jarek> This happens on Debian, with Emacs 23.4.1, fresh svn
    Jarek> emacspeak.
    Jarek> 
    Jarek> BTW: is there any bugtracker for such reports?
    Jarek> 
    Jarek> Jarek
    Jarek> 
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Best Regards,
--raman

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