Commit 615b1c61 authored by Kim F. Storm's avatar Kim F. Storm
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2006-11-03 Ken Manheimer <ken.manheimer@gmail.com>
* allout.el (allout-during-yank-processing): Cue for inhibiting
aberrance processing during yanks.
(allout-doublecheck-at-and-shallower): Reduce the limit to reduce
the amount of yanked topics that can be aberrant.
(allout-do-doublecheck): Encapsulate this multiply-used recipe in
a function, and supplement with inihibition of doublechecking
during yanks.
(allout-beginning-of-line, allout-next-heading)
(allout-previous-heading, allout-goto-prefix-doublechecked)
(allout-back-to-current-heading, allout-next-visible-heading)
(allout-next-sibling): Use new allout-do-doublecheck function.
(allout-next-sibling): Ensure we made progress when returning
other than nil.
(allout-rebullet-heading): Preserve text property annotations
indicating the text was hidden, if it was.
(allout-kill-line): Remove any added was-hidden annotations.
(allout-kill-topic): Remove any added was-hidden annotations.
(allout-annotate-hidden): Inhibit adding was-hidden text
properties to the undo list.
(allout-deannotate-hidden): New function to remove was-hidden
annotation.
(allout-hide-by-annotation): Use new allout-deannotate-hidden.
(allout-remove-exposure-annotation): Replaced by
allout-deannotate-hidden.
(allout-yank-processing): Signal that yank processing is happening
with allout-during-yank-processing. Also, wrap
allout-unprotected's closer to the text changes, for easier
debugging. We need to inhibit-field-text-motion explicitly, in
lieu of the encompassing allout-unprotected.
(outlineify-sticky): Adjust criteria for triggering new outline
decorations to presence or absence of any topics, not just a topic
at the beginning of the buffer.
2006-11-03 Juanma Barranquero <lekktu@gmail.com>
 
* bs.el (bs--show-all, bs--redisplay):
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