Rafael Laboissiere wrote:
> * Colin Walters <email@example.com> [2001-10-26 05:11]:
> > Jens Peter Secher <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > > OK. [This "general rule" should be added to the Emacs Policy, then.]
> > Agreed.
> What about the patch below? (I just did some cut & paste from the present
> thread. Colin and Peter will recognize their words.)
> --- debian-emacs-policy Fri Oct 26 12:55:09 2001
> +++ debian-emacs-policy-new Fri Oct 26 13:11:48 2001
> @@ -219,6 +219,16 @@
> file. emacsen-common will make sure that the install/remove
> scripts are ordered to respect inter-add-on package dependencies.
> + E) Each add-on package may use debconf to ask site-specific
> + configuration questions. As a general rule, packages should
> + prompt if their general setup overrides the usual emacsen
> + behaviour. Just setting up a few autoloads and adding items to
> + auto-mode-alist are no strong reasons for prompting, especially
> + if there is no other entry in auto-mode-alist for the filetypes
> + added. Keep in mind that users can always override things, since
> + their ~/.emacs (or ~/.xemacs/init.el) is evaluated after the
> + Debian site packages.
> 7) Mandatory binary symlink
> Each emacsen main package must have a symlink
I like it!