If you're looking for information on the internals of XEmacs, you should
read the detailed XEmacs internals manual that I wrote, which is included
in the XEmacs source code and should also be available somewhere on the
website. If you're looking for information about the development process
itself, you should ask on the XEmacs beta list, xemacs-beta(a)xemacs.org.
Paul DeSantis ＠ Stellcom wrote:
My name is Paul DeSantis, a software developer in San Diego. I'd like
to port XEmacs to BeOS and would like your advise as to getting started.
I'm working with the folks at Be to establish a development environment
as well as building relationships with the folks that will be assisting
I need an orientation on how the development of the product works -- the
ins and outs etc. I have so many question that they are too numerous to
My personal email is FL180(a)san.rr.com.
If you have any written materials outlining these sorts of things I'd
appreciate anything you have.
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