Good news. Yesterday at my request a support for Synce devices was added to GNU Emacs. After the trunk was opened a week ago, Michael Albinus checked in a patch that supports gvfs in Tramp. When I saw this I had a thought about synce because I just recently tried to browse files on my HTC Touch with a synce-gvfs package. I was able to open a directory in Nautilus using an address synce://TOUCH/ but I don't like graphical file managers. When I asked Michael he kindly added a support for synce as well, so now it is possible to browse files, open, edit, copy, move, delete, etc. on a mobile device using Emacs:
There is a wide range of available Perl frameworks indicating that Perl is not dead. That's good. The only problem is to choose a good framework for own needs.
I have an idea how to use mobile phones to overcome language barriers between people.
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This week GNU Emacs will see the final pretest before the next 22.3 release. Everyone is invited to download the 22.2.92 pretest tarball at http://alpha.gnu.org/pub/gnu/emacs/pretest/ and test it. Thanks!
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