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Tue, 9 Aug 2005 11:55:10 +0200
On 8/9/05, David Kastrup <address@hidden> wrote:
> Personally, I think really bad problems on Windows should at least
> delay the release of a Windows binary
Well, I obviously agree. I'd oppose as strongly as possible the
release of a Windows binary that crashes on (insert-image-file
"c:/test/image.png"), for example.
> Even if that means that such
> binaries will only appear with 22.2 or so.
Trouble is, if a problem is not fixed for 22.1, there's no guarantee
it will be fixed for 22.2+. The number of people hacking Emacs on
Windows is small and varies slowly.
I try to tackle every Windows problem I have an idea how to approach.
There are some where I'm just at loss. Take the problem with TCP/IP
servers and excessive CPU use, for example. The code for event
handling and polling and the like is complex. I'll try my hand at it,
but I don't have much hope.