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jsyeo: works for me - do you have the keybindings available from the OS? (I think they’re bound by default to workspace right/left)
@rauh: The escaping paste in Cursive is modelled after the IntelliJ one - what is it stripping out you’d like to keep?
@jsyeo: While you are on it -- if you press Command-Control-A in Emacs, what do you see in minibuffer?
@jsyeo: I'm trying to catch a weird bug in Emacs and can't narrow down the conditions for it being exhibited.
@cfleming: I was copy pasting within a long mutliline regex
#"..." and it kept joining the lines and removed all my escape characters. Is there a way to disable it completely? I would probably prefer if it *just* escaped
" and left he new lines etc in place
So to answer you question: The regex had various
\d and when I copy & pasted them the
\ just disappeared and ended up being just
@rauh: Oh yes, I noticed that too - in general I think the escaping should be totally disabled in regexes since they don’t obey the same escaping rules as in Java strings.
Personally, I don't like to much magic. Though, escaping
" is nice. But more transformations are too much IMO
I basically just copied what IntelliJ does - it’s actually possible there’s already a config flag to turn that off.