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Oop customization group

From: David Reitter
Subject: Oop customization group
Date: Sat, 6 Jun 2009 08:24:24 -0400

There's a customization group defined, Oop, that's been in there since 1997, but at least in my build it is empty. I couldn't find anything refer to it.


(defgroup oop nil
  "Support for object-oriented programming."
  :group 'programming)

Also, I don't think the structure of these groups is very well though out: We have "Languages", then "Tools", which is helpfully labeled "Programming tools". What's a tool, and what's not? I think this means "general utilities: tools for programming in any language". But the structuring isn't good in the first place. Discounting the empty Oop group (which shouldn't be here anyways, since we lack a group for functional or imperative or whatever programming), there are just two entries in the "Programming" group. This doesn't justify an extra level in the hierarchy.

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