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Re: Moving files from lisp/gnus/ to lisp/net/?

From: Miles Bader
Subject: Re: Moving files from lisp/gnus/ to lisp/net/?
Date: Mon, 18 Oct 2004 10:04:11 +0900

Lars Magne Ingebrigtsen <address@hidden> writes:
> I think that'd make sense.  Perhaps even do a tree mimicking the
> Emacs layout?  That is, .../lisp/gnus/, .../lisp/mail, .../lisp/net/,
> etc. 

I think this would be very nice and make relationship-with-Emacs issues
easier to handle.  The "status" of a file would be obvious just from its
name, and if someone wanted to locate the same file in an Emacs tree,
it would be completely obvious where it is. :-)

In addition, it would help work around a mis-feature of arch that
sometimes bites me when syncing between Emacs and Gnus:  changesets
including new files create the files using an absolute path-name (not
parent-directory-id+name), so I've got to manually fix them up (move the
new file) if applying the changeset to a different directory structure.
[Arch mis-features aren't a very good a reason to change Gnus of course,
but thought I'd mention it.]

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