David Abrahams" <email@example.com
Fri, 28 Jun 2002 12:34:33 -0400
From: "Barry A. Warsaw" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> >>>>> "TP" == Tim Peters <email@example.com> writes:
> TP> You're misreading "no" as "now" instead of "not". This patch
> TP> removed 'access' from python-font-lock-keywords, and that's
> TP> exactly what "is no a keyword" meant to me considering it was
> TP> BarrySpeak <wink>.
> How weird, I never wrote any of that!
> I /have/ been playing with NaturallySpeaking for Linux (tm) and all I
> did was burp. Why did it take that sound to mean: cause my XEmacs to
> respond to the message, do the cvs log, cut-n-paste, send the message,
> without even my knowledge? Okay, it was a rather, um, soupy burp, but
Part of the deal with my natural language system at Dragon was that they
wanted me to work on Dutch translation, but I don't know Dutch so I used
Python and figured that would be enough. It turns out that Dutch sounds a
lot like burping to my ear. I think you can see where this is headed...