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Re: Fwd: How do I go about debugging my Elisp code?

From: Davin Pearson
Subject: Re: Fwd: How do I go about debugging my Elisp code?
Date: Tue, 18 Jan 2022 13:03:13 +1300

My code is obsolete if I can figure out how to
get the edebug online.  See another message
for my attempt to do this.  The subject of my other
message is: How do I get edebug online?

Thank you all for your help with this.

On Sun, 16 Jan 2022 at 00:33, Jean Louis <> wrote:

> * Tassilo Horn <> [2022-01-15 13:23]:
> > You said one-way compatible above, i.e., it is ok for me to use CC BY-SA
> > 4.0 code snippets from SO in my GPL3+ package but according to your
> > argument, when I post some elisp code on, that
> > code is automatically GPL+ (because you say every elisp code is a
> > modification of emacs itself), yet they redistribute it as CC BY-SA 4.0
> > which would be an infringement.  Or is that not what one-way compatible
> > means?
> How I understand it CC BY-SA 4.0 is compatible to GNU GPL 3+, thus it
> is compatible to Emacs' own license.
> When you write Emacs Lisp code, you should license it so that license
> is compatible to Emacs' license.
> I don't think that every Emacs Lisp code is modification of Emacs
> itself. At the time when code becomes modification of Emacs in that
> case the license of such code shall be compatible to Emacs license.
> When is Emacs Lisp code not a modification of Emacs? In those cases
> where Emacs Lisp is executed as a program on command line or in batch,
> in those cases it may be not. When Guile is executing Emacs Lisp with
> --language=elisp flag, then such code is not modifying Emacs.
> When Emacs is run interactively and Emacs Lisp is loaded into running
> Emacs editor, such code is modifying Emacs and thus shall be licensed
> so that its license is compatible to Emacs license like GNU GPL 3+.
> Jean
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