On 2009-02-22 06:44 +0000, Vladimir G. Ivanovic wrote:
I just felt that not enough people wrote to explain why they
XEmacs compared to GNU Emacs. For instance, and I will add this to the
article, I really don't like looking at fonts that are not
anti-aliased. Actually, I hate to, and I avoid it if I can. So, GNU
Emacs is a non-starter for me.
It will be ages for XEmacs to regain its technical lead as Emacs has
advanced in leaps and bounds in the past half a decade so much so that
not many current XEmacs users are aware of its wealth of new features.
Personally I'd like to see the two communities merged again so that
efforts can be coordinated to make the product better. That would be
beneficial to many users.
.: Leo :. [ sdl.web AT gmail.com
] .: I use Emacs :.
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