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Re: RFC: Flavors - naming significant sets of customizations

From: Emanuel Berg
Subject: Re: RFC: Flavors - naming significant sets of customizations
Date: Wed, 27 Nov 2013 05:03:10 +0100
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Thien-Thi Nguyen <> writes:

> I maintain ttn-pers-elisp, last released 2008, but
> churning locally w/ high frequency.  Here are some
> names i've called it (and the class of software it
> embodies):

After a webgrep, I found

but the topmost hits are 404, like

The page that works seems to be version 1.59 from 2008,
so that is the "last release". But that was five years

Without comparing our projects, because I have yet to
open the first .el file, what I do is, I just have
symbolic links in a directory called "conf", then an
alias to copy them to a remote (safe, I hope)
location. I setup this to have a fast backup command,
and not to "release" stuff, but I don't see a conflict
in that. (That folder is very useful as an "index" of
configuration, as well.) Just a thought...

Anyway, this will be very interesting. It all looks
very professional. But what I immediately looked for
and didn't find was a file like PURPOSE. Perhaps
tomorrow I'll write such a short file describing my own

After one million jokes and poems, I am not the
slightest surprised to find this super-ambitious

Emanuel Berg, programmer-for-rent. CV, projects, etc at uXu
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