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Re: new package: sketch-mode

From: dalanicolai
Subject: Re: new package: sketch-mode
Date: Fri, 27 Aug 2021 12:06:09 +0200

Cool! Thanks. Yeah, for sure I am happy with that. So I will fill in the paperform request.
It might still take some work/time to prepare the package for ELPA though.

On Tue, 24 Aug 2021 at 23:57, Stefan Monnier <monnier@iro.umontreal.ca> wrote:
dalanicolai [2021-08-23 12:17:18] wrote:
> I am writing primarily to notify you about a package, sketch-mode, I am
> working on. It provides a handy interface to quickly draw svg's using, well
> Emacs, but in particular svg.el and transient.el.
> It is handy in particular for creating svg sketches really fast, while of
> course, it has the advantage over other svg drawing applications that it is
> very hackable in your favorite langauge :)
> Although, it is very usable already, the work, especially for calling it a
> package, is not (nearly) finished yet (for example, I am working on using
> svg groups, for layers and snippets, I am not sure about how to best design
> the interface and of course it needs (better) documentation). But because
> while working on it, enhancements and new features come to mind all the
> time, I think it would probably take "too long" to postpone this mail until
> the package has been finished (I have postponed this mail already for a
> while now).

I'd welcome this in GNU ELPA (it doesn't need to be "finished", since
for most packages there's always something else that still needs to be

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