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Re: Is Elisp really that slow?

From: 조성빈
Subject: Re: Is Elisp really that slow?
Date: Sun, 19 May 2019 09:24:21 +0900

> 2019. 5. 19. 오전 8:54, Óscar Fuentes <address@hidden> 작성:
> Dmitry Gutov <address@hidden> writes:
>>> If filing a bug will make a difference, yes.  Of course, we can fix
>>> problems even without a filed bug, it isn't unheard of.
>> OK, what should I do? You're the boss. I can probably easily fix it
>> with a commit and push. Should I?
> What you pretend is to completely ignore the maintainer of a prominent
> package to force your very personal preference and implement a change
> that, by your own admission, harms the users of that package without
> benefiting Emacs in a tangible way other than "being uniform”.

What you pretend is to completely ignore the importance of coherence and force 
your very personal preference, and harm users of that package by making them 
surprised by not being uniform.

> That's toxic.
> FYI, Org-mode also assigns C-c C-c to something that does not align to
> your schema. As does Eshell. And M-x shell. And Magit.

And, that’s exactly the point! Emacs *is* inconsistent, and we should try to 
eliminate them (hopefully before a bigger user base appears).
There’s a point where any kind of big software platform has an HIG, like Apple 
macOS, iOS, or XDG, Gnome, Qt, e.g… and I would appreciate if we can make an 
HIG for Emacs packages.
Thinks like keybindings, UI, messages, etc. 

> Please stop with this nonsense.

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