Colin Rafferty <craffert(a)ms.com> writes in xemacs-beta(a)xemacs.org:
> O.K. But look at the more complete patch I sent in which changes
> the obsolete symbols not just the one Didier changed.
I didn't notice that this was a subset of your original patch.
You're right. My mistake. I missed those.
I'll see about incorporating your patch.
> Speaking of backwards compatibility, I don't like the way the
> M-TAB binding for `ispell-complete-word' gets overwritten by BBDB 2.
Neither do I, but I didn't notice it until just now.
Can you make a switch or something like that? I don't mind BBDB
insinuating itself into message mode, but I'd like some choice about
what keys it defines.
I think the concept is fine, but I would rather have a pointer to
message-x (or better, a (condition-case nil (require 'message-x) ...)),
and do away with the `define-key' altogether).
? Half of a thought?