>>>>> "Reiner" == Reiner Steib <reinersteib+gmane(a)imap.cc> writes:
Reiner> I don't see any reason not to improve compatibility in `mm*.el'
Reiner> for XEmacs (MULE or non-MULE). But since most of the currently
Reiner> active Gnus developers don't use XEmacs, I'm afraid this won't
Reiner> happen unless you (i.e. XEmacs developers and users) contribute
Reiner> patches or concrete proposals.
I'm willing to help as best I can, but I could use some clues, either
from the gnus or XEmacs folks.
mm-coding-system-p appears to be trying to figure out what coding system
interface to use, with the choices being find-coding-system,
coding-system-p, and mm-get-coding-system-list. Are any of these
standard Emacs or XEmacs interfaces?
The docstring for mm-coding-system-p says it returns "a coding system
object in XEmacs". The XEmacs Lisp reference talks about coding
systems, under MULE. Does that mean that coding system objects only
exist in MULE XEmacs? What should (mm-coding-system-p 'iso-8859-1)
return in non-MULE XEmacs?