> The rfc part is how this should be done -- this change touches
> the earliest entry point when one loads/requires 'notmuch.
> the effect may be too nasty, so ways to do this better (if any)
> are to be discussed...
We could add it to notmuch-pkg.el, but I guess users of ancient Emacsen
are probably not using package.el
> +(defvar notmuch--minimal-version "42.1") ;; almost indistinguishable from magit
Re: [RFC PATCH] emacs: require minimum version to be 24.1 c-b c-b c-b c-b c-t c-e
On Wed, Sep 20 2017, Daniel Kahn Gillmor wrote:
> On Wed 2017-09-20 13:18:44 -0300, David Bremner wrote:
>> Tomi Ollila <[hidden email]> writes:
>>> +(defvar notmuch--minimal-version "42.1") ;; almost indistinguishable from magit
> I think that's what the "c-b c-b c-b c-b c-t c-e" in the Subject: is
> about. if you do that, you change 24.1 to 42.1 (and vice versa). i
> don't know what it all means, though.
I used "42.1" in the string to test the feature on emacs 25.2... As it
being rfc patch I left it there just to make testing easier for anyone else...
The (and vice versa) pretty much expresses the intention... Thanks :D