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Subject: Bug#292886: marked as forwarded Phantom spaces appearing in TeX documents; related to fill?
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tags 292886 + moreinfo unreproducible upstream
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Hi developers,

this is another bug reported via the Debian bug tracking system.  I
cannot reproduce it either on my system.  On the contrary, if I have
some trailing space and hit "M-q" it gets eaten.

Daniel: can you please try and start emacs with "-q" to see if your
local setup affects this behavior or not?  A minimal document
demonstrating the bug will be useful as well.  Thanks.

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Package: auctex
Version: 11.54-4
Severity: normal

  I keep some TeX documents in a Subversion repository, and in the last few=
weeks (not sure just when it started) I started seeing diffs like this:

@@ -2993,13 +2994,13 @@
=2D          \item $\alpha'=3D\alpha_c$.
+          \item $\alpha'=3D\alpha_c$.=20

  It might not be obvious, but the difference there is that there's a singl=
space at the end of the line that wasn't there before.  I wasn't sure at=20
first where this was coming from, but I believe that I've tracked it down. =
It appears that when you hit M-q (to fill a paragraph) in an auctex buffer,=
random lines in the file get an extra space appended to them (mostly just=20
final lines in paragraphs, but other lines get the same treatment sometimes=


=2D- System Information:
Debian Release: 3.1
  APT prefers unstable
  APT policy: (500, 'unstable'), (1, 'experimental')
Architecture: i386 (i686)
Kernel: Linux 2.6.10-1-686
Locale: LANG=3Den_US, LC_CTYPE=3Den_US (charmap=3DISO-8859-1) (ignored: LC_=
ALL set=20
to en_US)

Versions of packages auctex depends on:
ii  debconf                       1.4.42     Debian configuration managemen=
ii  debianutils                   2.11.2     Miscellaneous utilities specif=
ii  emacs21                       21.3+1-8   The GNU Emacs editor
ii  make                          3.80-9     The GNU version of the "make"=

=2D- debconf information:
  auctex/doauto: Background
* auctex/default: true
  auctex/logfile: /tmp/update-auctex-elisp.XFhc0SH
  auctex/doautofg: File

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