Re: Emacsen proposal (assuming silence == acceptance)
>>>>> On 09 Jan 1998 20:25:17 -0500, Rob Browning <email@example.com> said:
Rob> I'm assuming that since no one commented on this proposal, that
Rob> no one objects. So I'm going to move forward with this. I can
Rob> always back off later if there's a big problem, but I just
Rob> wanted to make sure that there weren't any obvious problems (or
Rob> a way around the Provides: emacsen instead of Provides: emacs
Rob> issue) before I wasted too much time. This issue is holding up
Rob> the emacs20 package, though, so I want to move on now.
Rob> I think Mark is willing to put the startup change into emacs 19,
Rob> and if James is willing too, then we're set. Until that's done
Rob> I can just make emacsen-common conflict with xemacs, which I
Rob> believe is no worse than the current situation.
I have no problem with it, but please don't make it conflict. It
won't add anything and will just cause problems (as far as I
understand the proposal there are no overlapping files, so a conflict
won't do anything but add an artificial conflict). The next version
of xemacs I put out after emacsen-common is out will just require that
package and that should be all that is needed.
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