|Subject:||Re: package.el strings|
|Date:||Thu, 26 Apr 2018 22:32:59 +0900|
Oh, you mean (format "%s%s%s%s" ...) vs an eventual (concat "%s%s%s%s" ...) ?
I checked the lisp ref to find something that would make it a clear choice but did not find anything really conclusive.
What I did is I try to keep concat for simple strings. And anything that involved fixing complex native strings was either moved to format or something else.
There is nothing that makes concat of format etc more or less appropriate for l10n in my understanding. I guess I was influenced by the way the original authors abused concat to put native strings together...
It there a length limit in emacs code ?
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