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- From: "Jose A. Ortega Ruiz" <jao@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 11 Dec 2007 22:13:11 +0100
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Dear Katsumi Yamaoka,
I wrote w3m-session.el just for fun, to learn, and because I needed it
at the time. That puts no obligation on you at all, and I'm very happy
to use the new session functionality in emacs-w3m (which, by the way, is
my main browser). No worries :-) That said, I greatly appreciate your
taking the time to write, and your politeness. Thanks a lot and, please,
keep up your amazing work in emacs-w3m.
Katsumi Yamaoka <yamaoka@xxxxxxx> writes:
> Dear sir,
> First of all, we must apologize to you that we have forgotten your
> w3m-session.el. A certain developer had added the Lisp module of
> the same name to the emacs-w3m CVS trunk in March, 2007; nevertheless
> no one remembered your work till last week even though a link that
> points to it has already been existing in the emacs-w3m Info manual
> since March, 2005.
> The purposes of those modules are similar, that is to save the last
> emacs-w3m sessions and to load. The difference is that the one in
> emacs-w3m enables a user to name two or more groups of sessions, to
> save, and to load one of them. Here is a NEWS entry:
> | ** w3m-session.el -- functions to load/save sessions.
> | You can now save in the file the current session in which you visit
> | several pages. Moreover the last session you use before quitting
> | emacs-w3m will be saved automatically if `w3m-session-autosave' is
> | non-nil (the default). Saved sessions can be loaded afterward.
> | The useful commands are `M-S' for saving and `M-s' for selecting saved
> | ones. Those are available also in the `Session' submenu in the `w3m'
> | menu.
> After discussing in the developers' table, we reached to the
> conclusion that we would like to keep the version that has been
> installed in the emacs-w3m CVS trunk. Although we never want to
> bring disgrace on you on no account, we are sorry to make you
> unpleasant. Please do not hesitate to write any idea to us if any.
> We will make efforts to DTRT as much as possible.
> Best regards,
> All funny sentences in this message are owing to my poor English.
If you came and you found a strange man... teaching your kids to punch each
other, or trying to sell them all kinds of products, you'd kick him right
out of the house, but here you are; you come in and the TV is on, and you
don't think twice about it. -Jerome Singer, psychology professor