Holger Schauer <Holger.Schauer(a)gmx.de> writes:
>>>>"sb" == SL Baur schrieb am 04 Aug 1998
sb> Using the correct meaning of "dumped a package with XEmacs",
sb> nothing will happen -- you have to redump XEmacs to get the
sb> updates and in XEmacs 20.4, you will have the new Lisp package,
sb> but autoloads from the previous version, so if a global function
sb> changes, it won't be reflected in how the user sees it.
So, is it possible in 21.0 to really dump a package or to dump
autoloads (don't know what this could be good for) ?
I think that's what site-load.el is for (I mean dumping *packages*). I
always wanted to create a binary with a dumped gnus -- but never found
the time to try...
Natural Language Systems Group, University of Hamburg