Re: XEmacs, TeX, and Re: Lengthy Debian install procedures
>>>>> "Branden" == Branden Robinson <email@example.com> writes:
Branden> That and the fact that you really can expect to find GNU
Branden> emacs and TeX on just about any Unix system in the world,
Branden> regardless of vendor, which is part of the definition of
Branden> the standard priority.
Show me where, in the shipped versions of AIX, Solaris, HP-UX,
SGI.... (you get the picture) there exists an emacs package *or* a Tex
Perl is really designed more for the guys that will hack Perl at least
20 minutes a day for the rest of their career. TCL/Python is more a
"20 minutes a week", and VB is probably in that "20 minutes a month"
group. :) -- Randal Schwartz