attila.lendvai at gmail.com
Sun Jan 7 00:40:26 UTC 2007
> > I'm I the only who is annoyed by the introduction of Xemacsisms and
> > more generally the use of defun* in Emacs Lisp code?
> No, you're not alone. I was going to say the same thing.
hm. fyi, i've stopped merging back my changes into the official repo.
those, who would miss the features* themselves, can always find the
darcs repo. and those who concentrate on rigid rules and are annoyed
by the usage of keyword args, or "stupid" coincidences like calling a
function set-keymap-parents that sets the parents of a keymap, can
always stick to the old repo.
(*) in this case symbol completion, paredit bindigs, and generally
everything bound in slime-mode-map available in the minibuffer while
slime is reading expressions.
at least this will solve the dictator problem, too... :)
patches are welcome and people are welcome to backport changes into
the cvs repo, but please contact/inform me to minimize vcs headaches.
darcs get --partial http://common-lisp.net/project/cl-wdim/darcs/slime
"- The truth is that I've been too considerate, and so became
- I understand.
- No, you don't understand! We don't speak the same language!"
(Ingmar Bergman - Smultronstället)
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