|Subject:||bug#18205: Obsolete patterns in auto-mode-alist|
|Date:||Sat, 9 Aug 2014 10:11:54 +0100|
> That's pretty much the point: I am suggesting removing features specific to> the build (in this case, the build system) and letting the normal buildI envision a non-trivial effort doing that, an effort that is IMO a
> system take the strain instead.
waste of valuable resources.
The current DJGPP build "just works", given that you have a correct
setup on a system that supports the build (requirements for supporting
the build might be different from those for supporting running of the
We could try debugging those problems, but unless you intend to continue building
the DJGPP port, that, too, would be a waste, IMO.
Given the above, investing efforts in moving DJGPP to the Posix
configury is a waste of resources that are best applied to parts of
Emacs that will benefit users of modern systems.
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