Sorry for the delay. I have not had opportunity to examine the
code, but I like what I have read in your message. It makes good
sense to check it in.
>>> David PONCE <david.ponce@...> seems to think that:
>Attached you will find a new version of the common library to handle
>application messages (previously mmsg.el). I finally found a cool new
>name for it: `fame' which stands for "Framework for Applications'
>The main change is that it is now possible, for each channel, to
>independently customize how a particular level of message will be
>rendered. I also introduced a new `define-fame-channel' macro to
>simplify the creation of a new channel.
>I also included a patch for working to use the new framework :)
>I carefully tested the code with Emacs 21.3 and latest CVS version, and
>with XEmacs 21.1.15 on my GNU/Linux box.
>Could you please review the code, or even better give it a try, and
>send me your remarks? DYT I can commit it in the CEDET trunk?
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