The unbundled XEmacs Lisp packages (Was: Re: XEmacs 21)
Please respond to `debian-emacsen'.
>>>>> "Paul" == Paul Seelig <pseelig@mail.Uni-Mainz.de> writes:
Paul> firstname.lastname@example.org (James LewisMoss) writes:
>> I'm uploading XEmacs 21.1.2 packages to master as I write this.
>> Anyone interested please take a look and let me know what elisp
>> packages you use frequently and you see missing.
Paul> Hmmm, XEmacs is unfortunately stripped of all essentials (at
Paul> least for me) like AUCTeX/RefTEX, Gnus, dired, psgml and so
Paul> on. This makes it rather unusable for my terms (although
Paul> anybody else's mileage will definitely vary in this very
Paul> regard). Is there any plan to debianize all those unbundled
Paul> packages for adding it to this hopelessly bare XEmacs
Paul> version? If not, how is this going to be resolved
Paul> considering our wonderful package management?
I have a vague notion of how I will solve that problem. There will
be separate Debian packages of most of the upstream `xemacs-packages'
lisp, which I will build as automagicly as possible from an anon CVS
checkout of their sources. I want to make it easy to keep up to
Some of the essential stuff will ship with the xemacs21-support