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Re: backware-word behaving oddly



Raman,

Nope, can't find anything strange.

still looking.
Kind regards
Bart

"T. V. Raman" <tv.raman.tv@gmail.com> writes:

> works here as expected.  Things to check, have you done anything
> strange to your bash prompt?
>>>>>> "Bart" == Bart Bunting <bart@bunting.net.au> writes:
>     Bart> Good afternoon, I've noticed some strange behaviour in
>     Bart> shell mode in emacs built from trunk.
>     Bart> 
>     Bart> I'm not sure if it is an emacs thing or emacspeak or a
>     Bart> bug in my setup of some sort.
>     Bart> 
>     Bart> What I'm seeing is that in shell mode when I'm at a
>     Bart> bash prompt issueing meta b (backward-word) does
>     Bart> nothing at all.
>     Bart> 
>     Bart> If I move one char to the left then it works as
>     Bart> expected. It feels like that when I'm at the very end
>     Bart> of the buffer backward word isn't moving point.
>     Bart> 
>     Bart> Has anyone else seen this and if so any ideas on why?
>     Bart> 
>     Bart> Kind regards Bart --
>     Bart> 
>     Bart> Bart Bunting
>     Bart> 
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