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ttn-pers-elisp 1.47 available

From: Thien-Thi Nguyen
Subject: ttn-pers-elisp 1.47 available
Date: Wed, 08 Sep 2004 15:25:29 +0200

bugfixes and clean up, mostly.  a few new items.


README excerpt:

  This directory tree contains ttn's personal elisp library, released
  under GNU GPL with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY.  See the file COPYING for

NEWS excerpt:

  - 1.47 | 2004-09-07

    - Bugfix: xpmfulm-point now calls `insert-char' w/ 2 args (!!)

    - Bugfix: xpm-fulmination.el provides `xpm-fulmination'

        It used to provide `xpmfulm' but that was confusing.

    - New library: rmangle.el

        This provides the customization variable `rmangle-cookie' and
        funcs `set-rmangle-status' and `describe-rmangle-status', for
        simple release manglement of trees of files under CVS control.

        Also, the `release' command has been moved into rmangle.el.

    - New library: comma-v.el

        This provides the funcs `comma-v-parse' and `comma-v-unparse'.
        We will get to `vc-rcs-annotate-command' one of these days...

    - Font lock support in gnugo.el

        This is a minimalistic adaptation of a patch Joe Corneli posted
        to gnu-emacs-sources a few months back.  Notably, gnugo.el adds
        and/or defines no new faces, and only font locks the characters
        in the set `[XOxo]'.  Perhaps this will expand in the future.

        It would have been nice to font lock the parens that highlight
        the last move as well, but at the moment how to mix overlays and
        font locking (in the presence of image display toggling) is a
        bit beyond this only-recently-left-fulltime-text-mode programmer
        -- clues welcome.

    - More stuff in gnugo-extra.el

    - Compilation of certain files

        Files listed in file-lists/worth-compiling are byte-compiled
        and installed.  Source elisp is installed in any case.

    - Build process more friendly to VMS

        Specifically, the functions in do/*.el use more generalized
        directory/file path manipulation functions and less direct
        munging on "/" and likewise.

tarball in dir:

happy hacking!

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