Hi Idor:

This last remark below can’t possibly be true.  Because I did not intend to 
a release, ESS 24.01.0 was not initially tagged.  However, after I received 
that email
from ELPA, it was a fait accompli.  So I fixed some cosmetic issues and tagged 
it post-haste,
i.e., ELPA’s announcement is definitely pre-tagging.  So I’m not sure where the 
disconnect is.
But, again, I don’t find the package mechanism at all convenient and will have 
to spend some
time debugging since it has never worked for me.  I will put these ELPA/MELPA 
issues on my
growing TODO list.  Thanks for pointing this out!

Rodney Sparapani, Associate Professor of Biostatistics, He/Him/His
Vice President, Wisconsin Chapter of the American Statistical Association
Institute for Health and Equity, Division of Biostatistics
Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee Campus

If this is outside of working hours, then please respond when convenient.

From: Ihor Radchenko <yanta...@posteo.net>
Date: Thursday, January 25, 2024 at 9:30 AM
To: Sparapani, Rodney <rspar...@mcw.edu>
Cc: Martin Maechler <maech...@stat.math.ethz.ch>, ess-c...@r-project.org 
<ess-c...@r-project.org>, Jack Kamm <jackk...@gmail.com>, emacs-orgmode@gnu.org 
<emacs-orgmode@gnu.org>, Liu Hui <liuhui1...@gmail.com>
Subject: Re: [PATCH] Add buffer-local setting to request specific ESS 
process/session name (was: [PATCH] Set Python shell in Org edit buffer)
Also, unlike MELPA, ELPA uses stable (tagged) releases by default.
Unstable releases (latest commit) are only available on demand, via

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