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Re: [OT] Netiquette (was: Re: asm-mode patch to allow per-file comment c

From: Alastair Houghton
Subject: Re: [OT] Netiquette (was: Re: asm-mode patch to allow per-file comment character setting from file locals)
Date: Wed, 14 Jun 2006 12:25:19 +0100

On 13 Jun 2006, at 23:21, Thien-Thi Nguyen wrote:

Alastair Houghton <address@hidden> writes:

I do have a sneaking suspicion that [...]

If you can find an instance where I haven't been polite,
then I will happily apologise for it.

there is no real need for politeness, nor apologies.
likewise, there is no real need for sneaking suspicion.

Well I certainly think that people should be polite to one another. However, from the perspective of Emacs, I suppose you are right.

for example, you may think i "represent" FSF saying these

Not quite in the sense you seem to have understood, but then you are not asking for an explanation or arguing about it, and I (like you, it seems) would rather get back to the issue of the patch.

to make evaluating the patch easier, please repost the
latest version using "diff -c".

Of course.  I've just done so.

Kind regards,



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