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Re: [ELISP] Detect focus on emacs.


From: Michael Cadilhac
Subject: Re: [ELISP] Detect focus on emacs.
Date: Wed, 04 May 2005 21:57:41 +0200
User-agent: Gnus/5.11 (Gnus v5.11) Emacs/22.0.50 (gnu/linux)

Peter Dyballa <address@hidden> writes:

> Am 03.05.2005 um 05:09 schrieb Joe Corneli:
>
>> Neat sig by the way.  What is "coin coin angle"?
>
>>        Michael Cadilhac, a.k.a. Micha [mika] |    _ coin     _ coin
>> _ angle
>>                        Epita/LRDE promo 2007 |  >(')____,  >(')____,
>> >(')____,
>>      2 rue de la Convention | 01.46.70.90.75 |    (` =~~/    (` =~~/
>> (` =~~/
>>    94270 Le Kremlin Bicetre | 06.23.20.31.30 |
>> ~^~^`---'~^~^~^`---'~^~^~^`---'~^~^
>>
>
> The first two ducks speak French, no doubt. (Try to pronounce it
> through your nose, as in Monty Python's movies, like: queng, queng.)
> But the third one? I have no idea!

  Exactly ! I searched a way to translate the sound `coin' in english,
  and I had no result, `queng queng' is great !

  In fact,  I've answered to  this post, but  my reply must  have been
  disintegrated by a susceptible smtp server :) Here is it :


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Joe Corneli <address@hidden> writes:

> Michael Cadilhac <michael.cadilhac at lrde.epita.fr> wrote:
>
>>        So I'll  have a try. BTW,  is there guidelines  for emacs patches,
>>      some must-know coding style or whatever like that somewhere ?
>
> Probably just the GNU Coding Standards.  Expect to post the "patch" as
> a stand-alone file first.  See the GNU Emacs Sources mailing list or
> Emacs Lisp List for many examples.

  Ok, thank you, I'll have a look at that !

>>Michael Cadilhac, a.k.a. Micha [mika] |    _ coin     _ coin     _ angle
>>                Epita/LRDE promo 2007 |  >(')____,  >(')____,  >(')____,
>>rue de la Convention | 01.46.70.90.75 |    (` =~~/    (` =~~/    (` =~~/
>>  Le Kremlin Bicetre | 06.23.20.31.30 | ~^~^`---'~^~^~^`---'~^~^~^`---'~^~^
>
> Neat sig by the way.  What is "coin coin angle"?  I've heard of "angle
> side angle" and "side angle side".  "coin coin angle" sounds like some
> weird marriage of Mario Brothers and Trigonometry.  I like it.

  In fact,  the "coin coin angle" thing  is a French joke  ! `Coin' is
  the  French for  duck's quark,  and  also means  `corner'. You  see,
  corner, angle, corner, quark, angle ? Haha hilarious, nop ?

  No ?

  Damn, you must be right.

  So, there's no link with Mario Bros, btw :)

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    Michael Cadilhac, a.k.a. Micha [mika] |
                    Epita/LRDE promo 2007 |  Please note that you should
  2 rue de la Convention | 01.46.70.90.75 |  s/address@hidden/@/ my mail 
address.
94270 Le Kremlin Bicetre | 06.23.20.31.30 |

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