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RE: Delete variables obsolete since Emacs 23

From: Drew Adams
Subject: RE: Delete variables obsolete since Emacs 23
Date: Mon, 17 Aug 2020 07:20:57 -0700 (PDT)

> I think we are miscommunicating.  You seem to be talking about
> called-interactively-p.  I am talking about making your function take
> an optional argument.

What "your function" are you talking about?
This is about the standard Emacs function

What optional argument would you have it take,
and why?  And how would that solve the problem
of existing calls to `(interactive-p)'?

But yes, it does sound like we've perhaps

`interactive-p' has existed since nearly Day
One.  `called-interactively-p' was introduced
to replace/"fix" it - presumably instead of
fixing it directly by adding an optional arg
and leaving the default behavior (no arg) as is.

And `interactive-p' was declared obsolete.
I have no problem with that declaration, even
if I'd have preferred to see `interactive-p'
fixed directly (previous paragraph).

My only request is to not remove `interactive-p'.
My request is to please leave it "obsolete".

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