Re: Bug#729660: ITP: xemacs21 -- highly customizable text editor
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- Date: Sat, 16 Nov 2013 16:40:47 +0100
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* Cyril Brulebois <firstname.lastname@example.org>, 2013-11-16, 14:53:
I have yet to see someone who does. I'm a long-time emacs user and so are
many of other developers I work together with and everyone I know of who uses
emacs as their primary editor doesn't use X11 support, you just don't need it
in most cases. emacs is powerful through it's keyboard shortcuts and you are
much more efficient and faster when using them as opposed to navigating
through the menus with your mouse.
I'm always using Emacs under X and never with -nw. Now what?
A witch! A witch! We've found a witch!
May we burn him?