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>>>>> In [emacs-w3m : No.08620] Katsumi Yamaoka wrote:
> Emacs-w3m relies on APEL of the authors' version and is tested
> with it. The emacs-w3m developers don't know how the
> maintainer(s) of the APEL XEmacs package update and synchronize
> it with the authors' version. In fact, it doesn't seem to be
> being performed for a long time as long as I saw the ChangeLog
> file. Furthermore, we don't have a capacity to maintain
> emacs-w3m so as to work with both the versions and the FLIM
> package which shimbun modules use depends deeply on the charset
> and MIME stuff provided by APEL. Therefore, we cannot guarantee
> that emacs-w3m works with the APEL XEmacs package even if it is
> currently usable. Sorry.
Oops. I overlooked the most recent entries of the ChangeLog
2005-12-06 Ville Skyttä <scop@xxxxxxxxxx>
* *.el, README.*: Sync with 10.6.
And I realized the differences between APEL 10.6 and the APEL
XEmacs package 1.32 are very little. So, I've updated the
sentence in question as follows:
Note: You must not use the APEL XEmacs package (which is
contained in SUMO) of the versions older than 1.32. If you
have already installed such a version, you should upgrade it
or replace it with APEL which is linked above.
I will also update some documents in the emacs-w3m CVS
repository within a couple of days.