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Re: Release plans

From: Mike Rowse
Subject: Re: Release plans
Date: Wed, 13 Aug 2008 10:07:45 -0400

I read this mailings list so I thought I might chip in on this discussion of 
Emacs on Windows. 

I have used Emacs on Windows. The reason that I did was that I found myself in 
a job where I had to use Windows (due to the building IT infrastructure). As it 
turned out there were a lot of jobs that I had to do that things like macros 
and small custom functions made a huge difference and saved me insane amounts 
of time. 

In fact now that I think about it, it was around this time that began to learn 
a lot more about Emacs (having used it at little here and there before hand). 

The current version may be all that is needed for these kinds of tasks though. 

I may just be the odd one out, but this seemed relevant to the discussion. 


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