|Subject:||Sv: Christmas wish: Literate Elisp|
|Date:||Sat, 21 Dec 2019 14:17:54 +0000|
I have certainly no access to a spaceship 🙁. Unfortunately! If
anyone is friends with Elon and can borough one I would
certainly love to test my patch to control a spaceship with it!
Jokes aside, I have seen those threads myself and have read
about Boeings misstakes already. I am also aware about Ariane
5 and Xenobia (which I dived last year) and so on.
Yes Tim, Stefan is great guy here, I completely agree with you,
I have also been watching this list for years, even if I never
post here (I did it once before), as well as Eli Z, RMS
and lots of other here. I value their opinion a lot, and I value
everybody else's constructive input, such as yours.
When it comes to experimenting, that was exactly what I did.
I came with idea and I hacked it to see if it is possible. I never
suggested it was finnished patch to be included in a final
product. I didn't even suggest I would be the one to implement
it, I am not an Emacs dev and I certainly have not much
knowledge about what and how they do. Anyway patch is
simple and there for experimentation, anyone can build
a side copy of Emacs and test this if they are curious. It didn't
blow up my computer, and while I can't promise, I certainly do
hope it won't blow up other peoples computers either, but be
Anyway, if it is gonna be an Elisp solution or C or whatever
language or none solution at all, is left as a homework for
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Ämne: Re: Christmas wish: Literate Elisp
Tim Cross <address@hidden> writes:
> It is only when you do something more complex that weaknesses become
> On Sat, 21 Dec 2019 at 15:24, arthur miller <address@hidden> wrote:
> I have no idea if literate programmign is very good or not.I certainly
> don't do it much.
> I am not sure myself if this is somethign very usefull or just a cool
> gimmick. I personally can see some nice use cases,
> I am very conservative myself when it comes to making changes, what
> is not broken should not be repaired. I am also very pragmatic. I
> don't do changes just for changes sake, I do it only if it does
> something useful.
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