|Subject:||Re: Apologia for bzr|
|Date:||Thu, 9 Jan 2014 18:30:39 -0200|
Richard Stallman <address@hidden>:
> In regard to windows, buffers and frames, we could have a mode ofI'm somewhat doubtful this would be well-directed effort. In my
> operation which ties each buffer to a one-window frame. That would
> eliminate a lot of complexity.
> We could even offer that as the mode of use for beginners, if that
> would make it easier for a new generation of hackers to become Emacs
> users. I don't know whether it WOULD have that effect, but if it
> would, I think it is a good idea.
experience, he complexity that beginners react badly to is not
multi-window/multi-buffer, it's 1,001 spiky keystroke sequences.
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