>>>> "cgw" == Charles G Waldman
cgw> I've got a working script to trace the require's among all
cgw> the various .el files (both in xemacs/lisp and in the
cgw> Look especially for the string NOBODY...
I'm impressed. Four features (by visual scan, not grep) not provided
anywhere in our core or packages:
t - this is a weakness in your script, at least in bbdb.el it is due
to this hack:
;; This nonsense is to get the definition of defsubst loaded in
;; when this file is loaded,without necessarily forcing the
;; compiler to be loaded if we're running in an emacs with
;; bytecomp-runtime.el predumped. We are using `require' as a way
;; to get compile-time evaluation of this form so that this works
;; in the old compiler as well as the new one.
(provide 't) ; eeeewwww, gross!
(if (fboundp 'defsubst)
;; If byte-optimize can be loaded, use that.
;; otherwise, use the boneheaded version of defsubst.
ange-ftp, efs-x19.15 - apparent aliases for efs, and I'll bet they
are fallbacks if efs isn't found
lmenu - dunno what that is.
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