|Subject:||bug#30217: Ambiguity in NEWS in emacs-26.0.91|
|Date:||Fri, 2 Feb 2018 17:14:12 -0500|
> > Sorry, but it's not clear to me. Is this being abandonedI think you should bring it up, and I think you should have
> > completely (I hope so), or is it just being postponed to
> > Emacs 27?
> It's currently only postponed to Emacs 27, I suggest you bring it up
> in emacs-devel if you think we should get rid of it. Since we simply
> disagree about this, I don't think further dialogue here will help
from the beginning. This is not just about fixing a bug.
You're the one who is, in effect, proposing a change to Lisp.
This is not normal Lisp behavior. This is a far cry from
quote and backquote, comma and period, all of which are quite
traditional for Lisp.
These are ordinary symbol-constituent characters, and should
not be handled in the way you've implemented. (I wanted to
say "suggested", but you didn't suggest it to emacs-devel;
you just implemented it - in a bug thread, no less.)
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