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Re: A project-files implementation for Git projects

From: Eli Zaretskii
Subject: Re: A project-files implementation for Git projects
Date: Fri, 20 Sep 2019 15:59:07 +0300

> Cc: address@hidden
> From: Dmitry Gutov <address@hidden>
> Date: Fri, 20 Sep 2019 14:25:03 +0300
> On 19.09.2019 20:29, Eli Zaretskii wrote:
> > The problem is not in Emacs, it's in inotify etc.  Their documentation
> > explicitly says that events cab legitimately lost.
> I *think* a handler can deal with that in a way

No, it cannot, because the events are lost before they reach the
Emacs event queue.  Unless, that is, you mean by "handler" something
that is outside Emacs, in which case I see no way for Emacs to control
how such a "handler" behaves.

> > I don't really feel like continuing the rest of the discussion, as you
> > clearly don't care about my views on this.  Whatever.
> I'm sorry, we're probably speaking different languages. I think I've 
> been explaining how some things I could guess you wanted me to do are 
> not feasible.

"Not feasible".  You are, in effect, saying that I have no real idea
what I'm talking about.  And that's exactly the issue at hand.

Sorry, I can no longer afford discussions in which replies are posted
after two, sometimes 3 or 4 days, and in which each of my arguments,
no matter how minor, always gets contradicted with counter-arguments,
with context stripped so thoroughly that I need to go back 2, 3,
sometimes even 4 messages back to even begin to understand how we
arrived to that.  You never even _try_ to compromise, let alone see
the issue from my POV.  It's as if anything I say that doesn't match
your opinion is in advance deemed invalid.  There's no hope of any
agreement.  That isn't a kind of argument I can afford spending my
time on, sorry.  So I will have to stop trying to do my job of being a
co-maintainer in these cases.

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