outdated url-library: is XEmacs still the next generation of Emacs?
Thomas Alexander Gerds
tag at biostat.ku.dk
Tue Jun 8 09:28:00 EDT 2010
thanks very much for all your helpful answers. indeed the details of the
differences between emacs and xemacs are not so important. but, it would
certainly not be easy (morally) to divorce from xemacs.
so, I copied and loaded the url directory from GNU and will start
debugging as soon as possible.
Any idea when the official (not beta) version of Xemacs will have xft
"Stephen J. Turnbull" <stephen at xemacs.org> writes:
> Stephen J. Turnbull writes:
> > Thomas Alexander Gerds writes:
> > > c) why not migrate to emacs?
> Oh yeah, I forgot one feature that may or may not matter to you: on
> 32-bit machines, our buffers are still bigger (up to 2^30 bytes, where
> I think GNU supports 2^29 (or maybe 2^28, but I always get this wrong
> so let's put the bigger number as best guess :-). (We'd still be two
> or four times as big on a 64-bit machine, but nobody cares about that
> yet. Maybe next year. ;-)
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