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Re: right clicking on URL in emacs-w3m vs. gnus
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Ted Zlatanov <tzz@xxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
> On Thu, 22 Apr 2010 10:48:52 +0900 Katsumi Yamaoka <yamaoka@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> KY> Hm, if what OP wishes is the *w3m* menu, though I'm still hard to
> KY> imagine what menu items should be there, I don't want it. I only
> KY> tried a way to implement the right-click menu in an article of
> KY> *plain text* , not html.
> OK. Let's go with your implementation then, I see what I
>>> You could make a "yamaoka-dev" branch and push it with any proposed
>>> changes instead of a patch (the commit e-mail will still go out and we
>>> can see your changes in the e-mail). Then we can try the feature
>>> (collaboratively making changes to yamaoka-dev in the process) and merge
>>> it into the master branch when it's ready and you can then delete
>>> yamaoka-dev. I don't know if that's the right model for us so feel free
>>> to propose something else if you think it's better.
> KY> Ok. I agree it's more efficient to make a branch rather than to
> KY> post a big patch to everyone.
> We should do this for changes that may break the master or are somehow
> debated. This change is pretty minor and benign so don't bother if you
> don't want to.
Was this ever actually added to Emacs? I'm using latest Git Emacs and
emacs-w3m, but right-clicking on URLs does nothing and my gnus-art.el
does not seem to contain any of the code K.Y. proposed in one of the
messages in this thread...?