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M-. has an annoying bug.  I extracted some code from one buffer,
put it in a new buffer, wrote it out, and flushed the first buffer.
Later, I tried to edit a function in the new buffer using M-.,
and it read in the old file again.  I flushed the old buffer again.
The new file I wrote out had a package declaration.  I again tried
to edit the function, this time prefixing the function name with the
package: construct.  It again read in the old file, in spite of
there being no package declaration in the old file.