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Author: Stephen Leake <email@example.com
Date: Tue Nov 22 11:43:22 2022 -0800
* lisp/progmodes/eglot.el (eglot--connect): Use project-name
As discussed in bug#48747.
You use an fboundp check for the project-name function recently
added to project.el.
This is not necessary in eglot.el, since it already depends on the
project.el :core ELPA package. eglot.el is itself such a package.
So you must merely bump the "Version:" of the project.el package in
that file and then make eglot.el reference the new version in its
Of course you should/could ask permission before bumping
project.el's version (or not, depends on Dmitry's policy)
This way we can avoid those pesky checks. I'll change the commit
to use package-name directly now.
PS: When about to apply a patch to eglot.el, even one where I
have already approved the underlying idea, I would appreciate
it if you could just shoot me a personal mail showing the full
contents of the patch.