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Re: Emacs as browser (was Re: Concurrency, again)

From: Richard Stallman
Subject: Re: Emacs as browser (was Re: Concurrency, again)
Date: Thu, 20 Oct 2016 14:04:15 -0400

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  > Wayland is on the horizon for Linux.

Is Wayland tied specifically to Linux?

                                         X doesn't have an infinite
  > life ahead of it, it dates from the 1980s and the free OS world
  > is working to move past it (thus Wayland). I suspect that simply
  > adopting Webkit (which is LGPL already) directly will probably fix
  > most potential portability problems, since the Webkit people have to
  > support whatever is used on most platforms already.

That seems plausible to me -- provided you really meant "GNU/Linux" in
the first line.  If it was correct to write "Linux", that implies it
is not so portable.

Dr Richard Stallman
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