Re: Xemacs needs a real maintainer
Quoting Rodrigo Bernardo Pimentel <email@example.com>:
> > Just curious. Any example of how XEmacs is in some ways superior
> > to Emacs? (this is a serious question). Thanks.
> I don't know if that's changed since then, but one of the reasons I
> switched from FSF Emacs to XEmacs is that, with XEmacs, gnuclient opens the
> requested file in a new window in the console where I called it, not in the
> original emacs windows (as happens with FSF Emacs).
No idea. There was also the multi tty support that Emacs was lacking
but which has been implemented recently.