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Re: DECtalk and emacs 21.3



"T. V. Raman" <raman@cs.cornell.edu> writes:

> Tim --I dont know about stable vs unstable.
> The person who reported the problem claimed the following from memory"
>
> Two separate partitions with two versions of debian --emacs 21.2 on
> one 21.3 on the other --
> and then claimed "performance of dectalk software under 21.3 is slow"
> --
> this kind of reporting is completely bogus and deserves to be ignored
> -- it does not merit six follow-up messages.

Raman,

Thx for your great response which is very helpfull for me and will
certainly solves the problem I encounter ...

Unfortunatly I don't have "your great squills" to be able to determine
if my questions are "completely bogus and deserves to be ignored
and does not merit six follow-up messages" as you said ... 

when I posted here I thought it was the good place to share our
experience and eventually our difficulties regarding emacspeak and
speech servers : it's seems it's not the case and it's not the goal of
"your mailing list" ... No problem, the WWW is very large so I can
discuss all these things on another place ...

The last and more important thing I want to tell here is that I'm very
very sad to see such reactions in the Free Software World ...

thanks a lot to all the nice people who have posted the six follow-up
messages,



-- 
Nath

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