Mats Lidell writes:
>>>>> Stephen J Turnbull <stephen(a)xemacs.org>
Stephen> I don't understand what you're worried about. We haven't
Stephen> worried about building any systems other than those the core
Stephen> developers or noisy testers use in a decade. Why would we
Stephen> start now?
Well, oh, that if fine by me. I just thought that ... well never mind
what I thought.
Well, there was some discussion (and action) toward getting rid of
some platforms that really are probably extinct. But that list was
based on the GNU removal of support for those platforms and consensus
that they are extinct for all practical purposes.
If we get a request about one of those, something can be done. But
for platforms like *BSD, recently work has been done on them, and
they're known to be in active development even if we're not following
them in our core work.
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