I use gnus with emacs, and for some reason when I installed gnus it also
pulled in xemacs21.
If I try to remove xemacs21 it removes gnus.
This might be as simple as "they are separate gnus packages, emacs has
its own gnus", but that would be confusing: I am nervous about removing
xemacs21 in case it messes up gnus. In this case a package rename of
gnus to gnus-for-xemacs (or something like that) would make sense.
Or it might be that gnus depends on xemacs21 specifically when instead
it should just require some kind of emacs.
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