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Tue, 18 Sep 2007 23:41:33 -0400
Gnus/5.11 (Gnus v5.11) Emacs/23.0.50 (gnu/linux)
> char-names contains a
> single directory (unicode) with a number of *.el files.
> How many files are in char-names/unicode?
> What do those files do? Is their job very specific to html? In other
> words, given that we add them to Emacs, would we want to make them a
> more general separate facility?
They have no code. Only data that maps Unicode char names to their
(integer) code and that groups them into a few categories.
> If these become a new separate facility, they won't count as part of
> nXML, and in particular you shouldn't count them when deciding
> question 1. But if they are specific to nXML and should remain in it,
> then they do count as part of nXML for all purposes.
Most likely they should be merged with the rest of the unicode data we use
in the emacs-unicode branch. Also, they should be auto-generated from
emacs/admin/unidata/Unicode.txt rather than stored in the CVS.
> 1. Is lisp/nxml the right place for it? nXML is not a small package.
> How many .el files does nXML have? If it is more than 12 files, they
> should go in a new directory. Otherwise they should go in textmodes.
About 25 source Elisp files. Sounds like it deserves its own directory.
- 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, 2007/09/18
- Re: nXML, Stephen J. Turnbull, 2007/09/19
- Re: nXML, Richard Stallman, 2007/09/18
- Re: nXML,
Stefan Monnier <=
- Re: nXML, Richard Stallman, 2007/09/20
- Re: nXML, Stefan Monnier, 2007/09/20
- Re: nXML, Richard Stallman, 2007/09/21