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bug#25443: Unnecessary building of dictionary files

From: Richard Stallman
Subject: bug#25443: Unnecessary building of dictionary files
Date: Mon, 06 Feb 2017 17:51:35 -0500

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  > > Supposing we want to change that code one day, is the Lisp code a good
  > > form for editing that program as the current source form?

  > Looking at it, I would say yes. It's a relatively simple syntactic
  > transformation, and the lisp is readable. Obviously, though, it's not my
  > code. Handa has said that it would not complicate maintainence.

Handa, would you please respond to my question?
You are the expert, and I'm waiting for your response.

Dr Richard Stallman
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