[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]
Tue, 18 Sep 2007 17:33:07 -0400
Gnus/5.11 (Gnus v5.11) Emacs/23.0.50 (gnu/linux)
> A couple of basic questions. Point me to any documentation if it is
> 1. Is lisp/nxml the right place for it? nXML is not a small package.
> If it were, I wouldn't hestitate to put it under lisp/textmodes.
> Since it is larger, I'm leaning towards creating lisp/nxml and
> putting it there.
That seems to make sense: it has 25 ELisp files, i.e. comparable to URL.
> 2. Can I keep the directory layout as-is? In the distribution, there
> are two subdirectories: char-name and schema. schema contains a
> bunch of *.rnc files and one schema.xml file. char-names contains a
> single directory (unicode) with a number of *.el files.
I think `schema' would fit better in `etc/schema'.
As for `char-names/unicode', that would fit better in `etc/unicode' as well,
but in emacs-unicode we'll probably want to revisit this part because
I suspect that some of that info is already stored elsewhere. In any case
all those char-name/unicode/*.el files should be auto-generated from
emacs/admin/unidata/Unicode.txt (maybe even on-the-fly ;-).
- nXML, Richard Stallman, 2007/09/13
- Re: nXML, Leo, 2007/09/13
- Re: nXML, Mark A. Hershberger, 2007/09/17
- Re: nXML, Lennart Borgman (gmail), 2007/09/17
- Re: nXML, Richard Stallman, 2007/09/17
- Re: nXML, Mark A. Hershberger, 2007/09/18
- Re: nXML,
Stefan Monnier <=
- Re: nXML, Stephen J. Turnbull, 2007/09/19
- Re: nXML, Richard Stallman, 2007/09/18
- Re: nXML, Stefan Monnier, 2007/09/18
- Re: nXML, Richard Stallman, 2007/09/20
- Re: nXML, Stefan Monnier, 2007/09/20
- Re: nXML, Richard Stallman, 2007/09/21