Tomi Ollila <> writes:

> On Sun, Jul 26 2020, Jonas Bernoulli wrote:

>>  (defun notmuch-maildir-add-file-style-fcc-header (subdir)
>> @@ -249,9 +250,8 @@ (defun notmuch-maildir-fcc-with-notmuch-insert 
>> (fcc-header &optional create)
>>        ;; typo, or just the user want a new folder, let the user decide
>>        ;; how to deal with it.
>>        (error
>> -       (let ((response (notmuch-read-char-choice
>> -                    "Insert failed: (r)etry, (c)reate folder, (i)gnore, or 
>> (e)dit the header? "
>> -                    '(?r ?c ?i ?e))))
>> +       (let ((response (notmuch-read-char-choice "Insert failed: \
>> +\(r)etry, (c)reate folder, (i)gnore, or (e)dit the header? " '(?r ?c ?i 
>> ?e))))
> Otherwise looks good, but what are these backslashes before (:s in line
> above

This is necessary because `outline-minor-mode' (and I believe also
commands that move by s-expression) for performance reasons just assume
that any parenthesis at the beginning of a line marks the beginning of
a top-level expression.  To signal that that is not the case one has to
quote the paren.
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