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Emacs Lisp question

On Jan 13, 2011, at 5:04 PM, Palit, Nilanjan wrote:
> The macro definitions are generated by Emacs itself. [snip]

Teach yer gramma to suck eggs or something. :)
Seriously, I know exactly how it works.  In excruciating detail.  I used to do some crazy stuff with Emacs-Lisp.  I even wrote a POP3 library for it (yes, that's me).  It's just ugly, is all.  That's why I twitch.  If it's a one-off then sure, but if you're saving it using it frequently then it isn't a one-off by definition.

--Rich P.

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