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Re: Xemacs needs help

jmarant@nerim.net (Jérôme Marant) writes:

> Miles Bader <miles@gnu.org> writes:
>> On Thu, Feb 26, 2004 at 09:36:26PM +0100, Uwe Brauer wrote:
>>> Very true, I mentioned some oddies and also propose to sync with offical
>>> xemacs release politics, ie stable should be 21.4.x and testing 21.5.x.
>> I don't use xemacs, but that doesn't make much sense -- you can't choose
>> different versions for stable/testing like that (and even if some override
>> mechanism exists, there seems no good reason to do so in this case).  You
>> just put whatever version seems a good choice into unstable, and if it's
>> bug-free enough, it'll become the version in testing, and thence at some
>> point the version in stable.
> BTW, Miles, I have prepared a package dedicated at Emacs CVS snapshots.
> What distribution do you think it would fit the best?:
> - unstable
> - experimental
> - none of the above, a stagging area would be better

Keep in mind that anything uploaded to unstable really should be fit for
a stable Debian release (IMO anyway).

Don't worry, it's *in*-flammable.

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