On 1/5/2012 2:51 AM, Jeffrey Honig wrote:
On Wed, Jan 4, 2012 at 21:34, Ken
The default has been to build with mh-e support, and I suspect
few people have NOT built nmh with mh-e support so I doubt
that it is
causing many problems. I propose removing the configure
option and associated
#ifdefs so that mh-e support is always included in nmh.
I'd like to audit them and see if we actually use them (we
being mh-e developers). Features that are actually used
should always be enabled *and* documented.
i was going to say the same. brian reid wrote the original mhe, for
which these features were added. someone else wrote the current
gnu-emacs "mh-e" package, which shares no code with brian's
original, and may not be using these options.
so i'm +1 to jch above: whatever is used should remain, should be
the default, and should be documented; whatever is not used (which i
think may be 100% of it) should be removed.