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Nuremberg, Bavaria

https://amodernist.com/

CS student. I hack a bit too much on Emacs.

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Re: shell-command+ provides thingatpt instead of require-ing it 11 hours ago

From Philip Kaludercic to ~pkal/public-inbox

Visuwesh <visuweshm@gmail.com> writes:

> [சனி ஜூன் 25, 2022] Philip Kaludercic wrote:
>
>> Visuwesh <visuweshm@gmail.com> writes:
>>
>>> Hello Philip,
>>
>> Hi Visuwesh,
>>
>>> shell-command+.el `provide's the thingatpt library instead of
>>> `require'-ing it.
>>
>> I am not sure what you mean, the only line with `provide' that I see is

Re: shell-command+ provides thingatpt instead of require-ing it 14 hours ago

From Philip Kaludercic to ~pkal/public-inbox

Visuwesh <visuweshm@gmail.com> writes:

> Hello Philip,

Hi Visuwesh,

> shell-command+.el `provide's the thingatpt library instead of
> `require'-ing it.

I am not sure what you mean, the only line with `provide' that I see is
(provide 'shell-command+).

Re: Typo in Emacs configuration generator 2 days ago

From Philip Kaludercic to ~pkal/public-inbox

Visuwesh <visuweshm@gmail.com> writes:

> Good day, Philip.  
>
> In https://emacs.amodernist.com/, under the CUA section, you say
> "pasting using C-z" when C-v does that job.

Thank you for noticing this, I will fix it as soon as possible.

> Regards,

Announcing Compat 28.1.1.2 10 days ago

From Philip Kaludercic to ~pkal/compat-announce

A new release of Compat has been prepared (28.1.1.2).  Quoting from the
NEWS file:

        Two main changes have necessitated a new patch release:

        1. Fix issues related to the loading of compat when uncompiled.  See
           [0] for more details on the problem.
        2. Fix issues related to the loading of compat on old pre-releases
           (think of 28.0.50). See [1] for more details on the
           problem.

        [0] https://lists.sr.ht/~pkal/compat-devel/%3C20220530191000.2183047-1-jonas%40bernoul.li%3E
        [1] https://lists.sr.ht/~pkal/compat-devel/%3Cf8635d7d-e233-448f-b325-9e850363241c%40www.fastmail.com%3E

Re: Adding the Aircon theme to NonGNU ELPA 17 days ago

From Philip Kaludercic to ~chambln/public-inbox

Gregory Chamberlain <greg@cosine.blue> writes:

> Philip Kaludercic <philipk@posteo.net> writes:
>
>> Also could you apply these changes:
>>
>> The first and third change are the most important, since ELPA packages
>> are officially part of Emacs.
>>
>> The other ones are just recommendations.
>
> Yep, done. Thanks!

Great, I have added the specification to the repository, so the package

Support for multipart/mixed messages? 18 days ago

From Philip Kaludercic to ~sircmpwn/sr.ht-discuss

Hi,

I was wondering if there is a reason that "multipart/mixed" messages are
not rendered "correctly" on lists.sr.ht?  Take for example [0] and
compare it to the message source [1].  The entire patch I attached at the
end is just skipped + the rest of the message, with no visual indication.

[0] https://lists.sr.ht/~chambln/public-inbox/%3C87wnf5bqv5.fsf%40posteo.net%3E#%3C87ee0099uk.fsf@posteo.net%3E
[1] https://lists.sr.ht/~chambln/public-inbox/%3C87ee0099uk.fsf%40posteo.net%3E/raw

I am not totally familiar with the technical details, but if a message
consists of multiple non-HTML parts, shouldn't it be possible to render
them as such?

Re: Adding the Aircon theme to NonGNU ELPA 18 days ago

From Philip Kaludercic to ~chambln/public-inbox

Gregory Chamberlain <greg@cosine.blue> writes:

> Philip Kaludercic <philipk@posteo.net> writes:
>
>>>> Unless you have already signed the FSF copyright assignment, you should
>>>> fill it out and send it to the right address:
>>>>
>>>> Other than that, I can take care of all the remaining stuff.  If you
>>>> decide against wanting to sign the CA, I can also add the package to
>>>> NonGNU ELPA.
>>>
>>> Thanks, I've now sent the CA.
>>
>> Have you received any update?

Re: Adding the Aircon theme to NonGNU ELPA 18 days ago

From Philip Kaludercic to ~chambln/public-inbox

Gregory Chamberlain <greg@cosine.blue> writes:

> Philip Kaludercic <philipk@posteo.net> writes:
>
>>>> Unless you have already signed the FSF copyright assignment, you should
>>>> fill it out and send it to the right address:
>>>>
>>>> Other than that, I can take care of all the remaining stuff.  If you
>>>> decide against wanting to sign the CA, I can also add the package to
>>>> NonGNU ELPA.
>>>
>>> Thanks, I've now sent the CA.
>>
>> Have you received any update?

Re: Correctly detecting the version of Emacs built from source 19 days ago

From Philip Kaludercic to ~pkal/compat-devel

Philip Kaludercic <philipk@posteo.net> writes:

> Jacek Złydach <jacek@zlydach.pl> writes:
>
>> Hi again,
>>
>> On Sat, Jun 4, 2022, at 05:17, Jacek Złydach wrote:
>>
>>>>> I have pushed a commit implementing this behaviour, could you check if
>>>>> it fixes the issue?
>>>>
>>>> ping?
>>>
>>> I will test your update over the weekend and report the result.

Re: Correctly detecting the version of Emacs built from source 19 days ago

From Philip Kaludercic to ~pkal/compat-devel

Jacek Złydach <jacek@zlydach.pl> writes:

> Hi again,
>
> On Sat, Jun 4, 2022, at 05:17, Jacek Złydach wrote:
>
>>>> I have pushed a commit implementing this behaviour, could you check if
>>>> it fixes the issue?
>>>
>>> ping?
>>
>> I will test your update over the weekend and report the result.
>
> I ended up only having an hour free for this, and in the process of