Fixed the bug that 'back-to-indentation' operation breaks "." repeating
frank.fischer at mathematik.tu-chemnitz.de
Thu Aug 25 16:57:00 CEST 2011
York Zhao <gtdplatform at gmail.com> writes:
> Sorry I should have explained this in a little more details.
> The problem was that if you make some changes, then press "M-m" (key binding for
> the `back-to-indentation') to get to the first non-whitespace character of the
> current line, you wouldn't be able to repeat anything afterwards. This was what
> this patch trying to address.
> To me, 'back-to-indentation' is handy because I feel it is easier than pressing
> "0" plus "w".
And pressing "^" is even easier ;)
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