Ar an chéad lá de mí Eanair, scríobh Stephen J. Turnbull:
dns.el, shadowfile.el, and mozmail.el are all utilities intended to
facilitate certain kinds of communication over the network. json.el,
like xml.el, is an editor package providing an editor mode for a certain
No it’s not. Did you read my response where I made that clear?
“JSON is a data format, like ASN.1, S-expressions, and XML. (Though
closest in spirit to S-expressions; the ability to do an eval() in
JSON-encoded data to Lisp data types, and vice-versa. It doesn’t add
support for interactively editing JSON files in XEmacs, since
This is not a mode. This is a library for Lisp programming. net-utils fits
best, though I agree that it’s not ideal.”
(which happens to be associated with the WWW). The
former, not the latter, is what net-utils is for. Since you've made
no argument at all that json.el belongs in net-utils, I'm not willing
to retract my veto.
The mail made that argument and is in Gmane, and the web archive; check your
mail delivery infrastructure for problems if it didn’t get to you.
When I was in the scouts, the leader told me to pitch a tent. I couldn't
find any pitch, so I used creosote.
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