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Re: Emacs-diffs Digest, Vol 2, Issue 49

From: Jan D.
Subject: Re: Emacs-diffs Digest, Vol 2, Issue 49
Date: Sun, 26 Jan 2003 09:43:09 +0100

söndagen den 26 januari 2003 kl 07.02 skrev Eli Zaretskii:

On Sat, 25 Jan 2003 address@hidden wrote:

Index: emacs/src/ChangeLog
diff -c emacs/src/ChangeLog:1.3056 emacs/src/ChangeLog:1.3057
*** emacs/src/ChangeLog:1.3056  Sat Jan 25 10:14:16 2003
--- emacs/src/ChangeLog Sat Jan 25 11:25:38 2003
*** 1,3 ****
--- 1,20 ----
+ 2003-01-25  Jan D.  <address@hidden>
+       * xterm.h: Change to return value of x_dispatch_event to int.

Such incomplete names ("Jan D." in this case) will get into AUTHORS
because it's created by a program (authors.el).  If we want AUTHORS to
mention full names, perhaps we should instruct developers to use full
names in ChangeLog entries.

Whe I started using e-mail, non-ASCII characters where not handeled well,
so my last name was mangeled in all sorts of ways.  I just got tired
of trying to fix this so I use just the initial.  But if there is
a policy for this, I can change.  Is there any particular encoding
or character set that shall be used for this?  Changelogs are in
iso-2022-7bit.  Is that what I must use for user-full-name?

        Jan D.

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