>>>> "Alexander" == Alexander Schroeder
Alexander> "Stephen J. Turnbull" <turnbull(a)sk.tsukuba.ac.jp>
> 1. We would probably want to add the ansi-colors Custom group
> relevant XEmacs-specific groups (in particular, package system
> related groups). This would best be done in ansi-colors.el
> itself, probably conditional on (featurep 'xemacs). Any
> problem with that?
Alexander> No problem. Just tell me what you need. If at all possible,
Alexander> it will be in the same places for Emacs.
> 2. Does it make sense to add the finder keywords
> and/or "services"?
> terminals support for terminal types
> services provides services for use by other programs (cf `user')
Alexander> Sure, I'll do that.
> 3. If you wanted to, you could support this as a
> package. Then it would be listed explicitly in the
> list-packages interface, browsable by users unfamiliar with
Alexander> I prefer not to do this, as I use XEmacs only
Alexander> occasionally... :)
Blame yourself for all the fun you're missing! :-)
> 4. If not, normally people who maintain XEmacs packages or
> of them are granted access to the relevant package on
> request. If you wanted to, you could almost treat the XEmacs
> anonymous CVS server as the primary mirror of your primary
> repository, as in 3.
Alexander> I prefer not to use CVS, since I have internet access
Alexander> from work, and at work we have a Windows environment.
CVS works fine under Windows.
I do all my XEmacs work from a native NT XEmacs:
"XEmacs 21.1 (patch 13) \"Crater Lake\" [Lucid] (i386-pc-win32) of Wed
Jan 10 2001 on ZJ75T"
The major issue here is whether your workplace allows IP ports used by
cvs (port 2401) and ssh (port 22) to make connections to hosts outside
> The default option is "you contribute, we synch when we
> like it, nobody cries if the code diverges."
Alexander> Cool. :)