>>>> "Jamie" == Jamie Zawinski
Jamie> That's a rather un-emacs-like attitude. A better solution
Jamie> would be for you to provide a global runtime (setq
Jamie> be-stupid nil) for turning off stupidity even when
Jamie> stupidity-support is a compile-time option.
Yup. GNU Emacs 20 did this. They were still getting core bug
reversions (the "\201 WTF?" bug) in 20.6. Today, they still see
occasional bug reports related to errors in `be-stupid' handling in
Ben has some support for it in 21.5, but that is at least 6 months
from gamma release. I think he plans to have "pure binary" vs "Mule"
switchable at release.
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