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Re: feature request: indicator of minibuffer-recursion depth

From: Andreas Röhler
Subject: Re: feature request: indicator of minibuffer-recursion depth
Date: Sat, 16 Jun 2007 19:08:00 +0200
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Am Freitag, 15. Juni 2007 20:39 schrieb Stefan Monnier:
> >> There is no reason to add code in C when it is possible to do the same
> >> thing in Emacs Lisp.
> >
> > Fragility.  My minibuffer-setup-hook already has eight functions.
> AFAIK, the number of elements on this hook doesn't have any impact
> on fragility.
> I haven't looked in detail, but unless the Elisp code needs to go through
> funny contortions to do its job, it looks like a better option.
>         Stefan

Herewith a red-nosed users view in this discussion:

If in a programm it's expected, users will write their
own derived functions from it, I'd prefer elisp, in all
other cases C.

As minibuffer-stuff seems rather an Emacs internal
matter, I'd opt for C.

Thanks to all

Andreas Roehler

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