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[AUCTeX-devel] Re: [comp.emacs.xemacs] AUCTeX 11.84 released

From: Uwe Brauer
Subject: [AUCTeX-devel] Re: [comp.emacs.xemacs] AUCTeX 11.84 released
Date: Tue, 30 Jan 2007 11:59:09 +0100
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>>>>> " " == Ralf Angeli <address@hidden> writes:
    > * David Kastrup (2007-01-27) writes:
   >> Cc to auctex-devel.

    > Since the version distributed with the XEmacs package collection
    > is unsupported upstream, one could conclude that the XEmacs
    > project is taking care of support for that version.  In that
    > case you should at least add a disclaimer of the different
    > support address and change the bug reporting address.

Concerning the recent discussion on the auctex and the XEmacs-beta
list with respect to the outdated XEmacs Auctex package I see the
following possibilities.

    -  I try again to synchronise (upgrade) but this time
       successfully. Everybody will be happy (relived whatever) I

    -  However since this seems not that simple (at least not for me
       nor for Stephen) I could try to upgrade but with preview-latex
       disabled. I am not sure that it would me much easier but it
       might and since 11.52 does not include preview-latex neither
       such a version would present at least some improvement. Would
       such a synchronisation be all right with the auctex team?

    -  I fail again, but we change all the relevant bug address etc,
       such that the auctex team will not be bothered by bug reports
       of outdated packages. Would that be be all right with the
       auctex team?

    -  Auctex could be removed, but frankly even having an outdated
       auctex package *preinstalled* is a value in itself and I would
       therefore vote strongly against a deletion.

Any opinions.

Uwe Brauer

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