Nothing big, but for me it’s special because it contains a very minor bug-patch I submitted, the first to any larger project. I might have had managed to submit another one, but I sadly didn’t have the time.
Very cool! It’s always nice to see a contribution you made get incorporated.
Awesome! That’s a good feeling.
Congratulations! What was it?
If you had an old version of Enchant installed, like the one found in the debian repos, you were notified that it wasn’t supported. But if you changed back, it still wouldn’t work, and now every spellchecker would be outdated. Turns out ispell’s code is quite wierd, and it requires reverting the global state of a versions used, to properly warn or not warn the user.
Here’s the link, if you’re interested: http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/bug-gnu-emacs/2019-01/msg00216.html
As you can see, it’s really only
+ ispell-really-enchant nil
I like this on many levels. I can relate because I recently made a one-line contribution to NixOs, I was proud of. And I really dig that free software allows you to fix these small things that bother you.