Re: Improved Menu Script
On 2009-09-24, Ryan McCoskrie <ryan.mccoskrie@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
That's why GNU HURD is taking so long.
Richard says the whole thing should be done in Emacs
lisp to prevent anyone from making a proprietary derivative.
I thought Emacs was already an OS, just missing a decent editor. ;-)
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