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Sat, 20 Sep 2003 18:07:34 -0500 (CDT)
Richard Stallman wrote:
To me it seems cleaner always to use command-execute.
It the difficulty of coping with this is substantial,
then maybe we should make a change like the one you propose.
But if it is easy for users to adapt to the current behavior,
then let's not make this change.
I think it is easy to adapt, but I'm willing to be shown
that it's not easy.
I believe the difficulty can be at most the (I believe relatively
small) inconvenience of using:
emacs --eval "(my-function)"
emacs -f my-function
One can define a shell alias or similar if one needs this often for
the same function.
(Unless I am misunderstanding something.)
Re: command-line-args, Richard Stallman, 2003/09/20
- command-line-args, Katsumi Yamaoka, 2003/09/18
- Re: command-line-args, Stefan Monnier, 2003/09/19
- Re: command-line-args, Richard Stallman, 2003/09/20
- Re: command-line-args, Luc Teirlinck, 2003/09/20
- Re: command-line-args, Katsumi Yamaoka, 2003/09/21
- Re: command-line-args, Richard Stallman, 2003/09/21