Ar an triochadú lá de mí Aibréan, scríobh Stephen J. Turnbull:
Aidan> I’ve sent an implementation their way. I suspect if
Aidan> ignored because of the eternal release, it’ll be ignored
Aidan> because of its provenance. Oh well.
They'll take your code as long as (a) you assign the code to them and
(b) if there's any annoying changes that need to be made due to
incompatibilities or rms design changes, you do the work.
I’ve already assigned my Emacs code to them, and am prepared to do the work.
I’ll be interested to see how they react.
>> Note that converting the Lisp sources to Unicode can be
>> 21.5 at any time. (At the price of inventing some syntax to signal
>> it, because doing it in the packages is another matter.)
Aidan> ? A coding cookie’s not good enough?
It probably is. I didn't say you'd have to work *hard* at it! But
note that the coding cookies in .elcs are different from those in
In what way?
In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. And God was a
bug-eyed, hexagonal smurf with a head of electrified hair; and God said:
“Si, mi chiamano Mimi...”