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Re: [ELPA] New package: transient

From: Clément Pit-Claudel
Subject: Re: [ELPA] New package: transient
Date: Wed, 29 Apr 2020 13:51:22 -0400
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On 29/04/2020 09.50, Philippe Vaucher wrote:
>     I think "rename everything" doesn't look like a viable option?
>     > Again you strawman my argument. Try to understand my central point, and
>     > then reply to that instead of details of "how you do it right now and 
> that
>     > works for you".
>     This is not very constructive. Entering a culture and saying "hey, now you
>     do everything this way" most probably won't lead to progress, I fear.
>     I get your points, but now: what could be a way forward?
> Well I never said "do everything this way". I was asked to clarify my opinion 
> so I did.
> Anyway, I think like Stefan proposed a simple way would be to introduce a 
> "clean namespace API" where old names can be aliases to the new names (or 
> maybe new names are aliases to the old ones)
> So, basically something like list.el containing:
> (defalias 'list-append 'append)
> (defalias 'list-map 'mapcar)
> (defalias 'list-add 'add-to-list)

We have seq-append and seq-map for the first two; do we need the list- versions 

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