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Re: Emacs is coming back - please test
>>>>> Corinna Vinschen writes:
> On Jul 10 11:24, Steffen Sledz wrote:
>> On Tue, 10 Jul 2007, Dr. Volker Zell wrote:
>> > I splitted out the following conflicting files from my xemacs package:
>> What's the right way to handle such conflicts?
>> > xemacs-tags: (conflicts with ctags-5.6 and now with upcoming emacs-22.1)
>> > usr/bin/ctags.exe
>> > usr/bin/etags.exe
>> > usr/share/man/man1/ctags.1.gz
>> > usr/share/man/man1/etags.1.gz
>> Exclude from emacs and make ctags a requirement?
> Exclude, yes. A requirement, no. ctags/etags are no requirement
> to edit files.
Maybe you can bundle them in an emacs-tags package.
>> > xemacs-emacs-common: (used to conflict with emacs-21.2 now with upcoming emacs-22.1)
>> > /usr/bin/b2m.exe
>> > /usr/bin/rcs-checkin
>> No idea.
> That's one between Volker and you.
An emacs-xemacs-common package ?