Yeah, it looks like I turn out to be the guy who killed xmas...
There has been talk for a while about doing this, so I thought I'd start a formal process of slowly and incrementally removing xemacs support artifacts. This also pushes a formal decision on the policy. I remember finding ~200 explicit references to xemacs support in the code base, so the project might not want to do it all in one commit.
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