Description of Problem:
The joe autoindent feature (^t i) fails to function when activated. Instead of
dropping underneath the previous whitespace of the line above it, the cursor
is always placed at column 1.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. joe test.txt
2.Place a few tabs on a line and then type some text after the tabs.
3. Press CTRL-T followed by I to enter autoindent mode.
4. Press enter to go to the next line.
5. The cursor will wrongly go to column 1 instead of under the previous line
The resulting text file if saved is wrongly tabbed if viewed; so this must be an
internal JOE bug, rather than a curses/display bug.
No problems here... do you have your own configuration of joe? What locale are
I have a standard i386/i686 desktop install US/English/Eastern (New York) TZ;
everything should be vanilla.
I've been able to reproduce this bug consistently on both upgraded and
In further testing, it appears to handle spaces okay but loses (at least one) tab.
OK, verified - it handles spaces just fine, but if you use tabs, it will lose
one of them for every line.
Fixed in joe-2.9.7-1