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TSUCHIYA-san, could you see [emacs-w3m:04471]? I've made a new
patch so that is doesn't gererate no rejections with the most
I think it's a real generalization!
>>>>> In [emacs-w3m : No.04706]
>>>>> Romain FRANCOISE <email@example.com> wrote:
> Just in case you don't remember, I sent a patch on Dec 20th, 2002 which
> added a modification hook for URLs and obsoleted the
> w3m-uri-replace-alist variable, I'm still using it in my local copy and
> I still think it's a good way to have URL modification without too much
> Lisp hackery. See [emacs-w3m:04471].
I forgot it completely. Excuse me for ignoring.
>> The points are what is reasonable and what is user-friendly.
> "Reasonable" is probably a matter of coding style or taste here since
> performance isn't critical. As for "user-friendly", the way the feature
> is coded probably doesn't matter as long as it's still there.
I used "Reasonable" in the sense of unifying the code or making
it elegance. "User-friendly" means that all users can customize
their preferences easily (maybe it has already been realized,
Katsumi Yamaoka <firstname.lastname@example.org>