Ar an cúigiú lá déag de mí Eanair, scríobh Julian Bradfield:
My ambition for this year is to document and release my
unicode-internal fork of 21.4 (so that maybe SXEmacs can borrow it?).
But my first puzzle is what to use for emacs-version !
It's basically XEmacs 21.4.21, with the unicode conversion. Eventually
I'll sync with 21.4.22 and 21.4.23, and possibly over time add one or
two other things (like bidi).
Currently my emacs-version is
"21.4 (beta21) \"JCB UNICODE V0.5\" XEmacs Unicode"
What's the right thing to do? Do what Steve does and call it JXEmacs
or UXEmacs, and then just continue version numbers from 21.4.21 ?
I like jcbmacs, but it’s up to you in the end. Have you played with SXEmacs
yourself at all? You’ll get a larger base of users if you get it integrated
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