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Re: patch: fix undo doing only one step



with-silent-modifications was introduced in Emacs 23.2 according to file
NEWS.23.

T. V. Raman wrote:

> Thanks for the pointer. Do you know when that macro was introduced?

>>>>>> "Dmitri" == Dmitri Paduchikh <dpaduchikh@gmail.com> writes:
>     Dmitri> There is a special macro with-silent-modifications
>     Dmitri> intended for temporary changes in a buffer. It takes
>     Dmitri> into account such things as buffer-undo-list,
>     Dmitri> deactivate-mark, buffer-file-name,
>     Dmitri> buffer-file-truename, and so on. The buffer file
>     Dmitri> name, for example, needs to be rebound to nil since
>     Dmitri> otherwise Emacs will check changes in file and will
>     Dmitri> ask for confirmation before doing the modifications
>     Dmitri> if the changes have been found.
>     Dmitri> 
>     Dmitri> T. V. Raman wrote:
>     Dmitri> 
>     >> Thanks for spotting that. The fix actually belonged in
>     >> macro ems-set-personality-temporarily -- it's checked in
>     >> now.
>     Dmitri> 
>     Dmitri> 
>     Dmitri> -- With best regards Dmitri Paduchikh
>     Dmitri> 
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Dmitri Paduchikh

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