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Re: Be prepared for "code clean-up" in CVS head

From: chad Brown
Subject: Re: Be prepared for "code clean-up" in CVS head
Date: Mon, 17 Mar 2003 00:49:32 -0500

For what it's worth, I always use --without-toolkit-scroll-bars; I vastly prefer the results. *shrug*


On Wednesday, Mar 5, 2003, at 23:27 US/Eastern, Eli Zaretskii wrote:

From: Richard Stallman <address@hidden>
Date: Wed, 05 Mar 2003 15:47:30 -0500

About code cleanup, how about removing the pure X (i.e. not Xt, not GTK) parts? That would not reduce the duplication but would remove a lot
    of #ifdef:s.  Is there a configuration that has X but not Xt?

It's not clear that the only reason for the non-toolkit version is to
support configurations that don't have Xt.  (I don't think there ever
were any such.)  There might be users who prefer the non-toolkit

The DJGPP (a.k.a. DOS) port of Emacs uses the non-toolkit part of the
xmenu.c code.

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