>>>> "sb" == SL Baur <steve(a)xemacs.org>
> Also putting all of the mode-switching functionality on hooks
> seems like bad design to me; the user can mess with those (eg,
> setq'ing a hook variable).
sb> Do you mean the lack of the ability of the minor mode to run
sb> code of its own in the canned toggle function?
Yes. If it has to be a separate function, it should be called by
itself at a specific time, not in with a bunch of externally supplied
sb> If the user wishes to `setq' a hook, he must be prepared to
sb> accept the consequences of it.
Of course. I was just thinking that destroying the entire
functionality of a minor mode is not usually one of those
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