>>>> Stephen J Turnbull <stephen(a)xemacs.org> writes:
Of course. But remember what started this thread: a developer who
was having trouble using XEmacs with the packages he wanted.
Well, introducing new packages can really trigger a lot of things that
we don't have support for. So that is good to do!
[...] Most of the actual development work I've done on XEmacs
been to fix *shit* ported from GNU Emacs hastily, [...]
Well, I'm just suggesting upgrading as a tool to drive the
development. Each problem should be solved appropriately. Some times a
rewrite is the right thing and sometimes adding functionality to the
core is needed.
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