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Re: Files in wrong subdirs of emacs/lisp?

From: Richard Stallman
Subject: Re: Files in wrong subdirs of emacs/lisp?
Date: Fri, 23 May 2003 08:05:40 -0400

    Still, current structure isn't that coherent either.

I think it is coherent enough.  Any categorization is likely to be
fuzzy at the boundaries--that doesn't mean the basic idea is

    For example, textmodes/ leaves out allout.el and foldout.el even if it
    has outline.el.

Perhaps these files are in the wrong place.  But I am not sure they
are in the wrong place.  outline.el is intended specificlally for
text, but I think allout and foldout are not specifically for text.  I
think I have seen foldout used in Lisp programs.

    emacs-lisp/ doesn't seem too coherent either.

It is less well defined than the others, but these all have a
relationship to supporting Emacs Lisp.  What you have pointed at is
that there are different kinds of support.

It could be that some other files belong in emacs-lisp which are not
there.  Perhaps subr.el.  Any others?

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