Ar an triú lá déag de mí Márta, scríobh Steve Youngs:
* Aidan Kehoe <kehoea(a)parhasard.net> writes:
> + (autoload 'latin-unity-massage-name "latin-unity")
> + (autoload 'latin-unity-maybe-remap "latin-unity")
> + (autoload 'latin-unity-representations-feasible-region
> + (autoload 'latin-unity-representations-present-region
> + (defvar latin-unity-coding-systems)
> + (defvar latin-unity-ucs-list))
This scares the shit out of me. How is this a good thing? How will
PUI + non-Mule XEmacsen cope with this?
Everything inside that eval-when-compile is there to shut up the byte
compiler. You can take it all out, the patch works fine. You can compile the
thing with a non-Mule XEmacs, or with a XEmacs which doesn’t have the
latin-unity package available, and the patch works fine. latin-unity is
still checked for at runtime, and used if available.
When Katsumi Yamaoka added that clause, he should perhaps have added a
comment to the effect that that eval-when-compile was only to shut up the
This change means the Gnus package will have a dependence on the
Only if you add that dependency. Otherwise, it’ll build and install fine
without latin-unity or Mule being available.
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