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bug#24774: 26.0.50; Menu display navigation commands

From: Drew Adams
Subject: bug#24774: 26.0.50; Menu display navigation commands
Date: Wed, 18 Nov 2020 14:01:25 -0800 (PST)

> So rewriting the emacs-lisp menus using easymenu should be
> uncontroversial.

Really?  _Why_ rewrite them?

And easy-menu doesn't offer all that an "extended menu
item' offers.  What would be the point of rewriting to
use easy-menu.

I actually find easy-menu harder to work with, FWIW.
It's too monolithic.  Ordinary menu bindings are
individual, essentially independent.  The easy-menu
functions seem too all-or-nothing.

(I'm no expert on easy-menu, so some of my view of it
might be mistaken.  It just seems to me more of a pain
than a help, when trying to adapt or adjust some "easy"
menu that already exists.)

And what on earth does rewriting Elisp menus to use
easy-menu have to do with this bug?

This sounds like a solution (something you're perhaps
more used to) in search of a problem.

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