Yuriy Markiv | 1 Jun 22:23 2002

wget for windows

Dear sirs,

Could you please help me to find wget port for windows?

Thanks for your time.
Best regards.

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Iosu Arizkuren | 3 Jun 10:13 2002
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ispell question

I have a speller called newspell that unlike ispell works like that:
newspell < FileToSpellcheck.
The ispell can spell files just writting:
ispell FileToSpellcheck.
In the ispell.el I have done something like:

Where newspell is writen it was ispell before.

(defcustom ispell-program-name "newspell"
  "Program invoked by \\[ispell-word] and \\[ispell-region] commands."
  :type 'string
  :group 'ispell)
but It does not work

Does someone know how could I call this speller from the emacs?
Thanks,
regards,
Iosu.

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Gabriel C Millerd | 4 Jun 00:00 2002

(no subject)


know of something that will not allow you (some how) to monkey with a file
that you already have open elsewhere?

like some sort of 'strict opening' mode?

eg:

$ emacs filename.txt

i ^Z that file

$ emacs filename.txt

file should be opened READONLY or should bomb out with some error because
its already open

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Todd Kokoszka | 5 Jun 10:59 2002
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iMenu

Hi,

I just noticed that with iMenu the a function that contains a pointer to a
function as a parameter doesn't show up -- all the others do.

Has anyone else noticed this problem?

Thanks,

Todd
Abbott, Kevin C | 5 Jun 16:40 2002
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Install emacs 20.7 cannot find/open lisp file

I have install emacs 20.7 into a private area. I have checked in the epaths.h that the load-path is correct to point to the lisp directory.  When I am done installing I can open an run emacs - once/first time and everytime works. It finds the lisp files and the path.  If I keep this emacs open and open another emacs - this one cannot find any lisp files and acts like it has the wrong load-path but I cannot check since "view" file cannot be fount to open.   (I have tried with a .emacs that that has the correct load-path specified and without .emacs).  Finally if I close all the emacs programs (including the first) then all other emacs that open never find the lisp files. 
 
I would say the compile or epaths.h setting were wrong but the first emacs after install works great but only that emacs and I cannot ever exit it - then emacs never owrks again.
 
Kevin 
 
 
MAK Suet Yiu | 6 Jun 04:39 2002
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How to edit PDF files using emacs?

Hi,
I am a starter to using emacs and quite interest in how to edit PDF
files in emacs?
thx a lot!
Vikas | 6 Jun 06:39 2002

hi

I was wondering as to wot shud i do with my .emacs file so that when i
start a new program (mostly perl and C) , it automatically puts a comment
at the top with author name and author email??

Thanks for helping,
Vikas.

##############################################################
Vikas
Department of Computer Science & Engineering
State University of New York, University at Buffalo
Buffalo, NY 14260
http://www.cse.buffalo.edu/~vvikas

"A love affair with knowledge will never end in heartbreak"
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Luis O. Silva | 6 Jun 10:21 2002
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dired-backup-diff can't find file

Dear Emacs Community,

I use Emacs 21.1.1 on Linux RH7.2.  Recently I changed the way
Emacs processes backup files putting the following in my
.emacs file:

(setq backup-directory-alist 
      '((".+\\.tex$" . "~/backup/tex")
        ("/[^\\./]+\\..+$" . "~/backup/code")
        ("/[^\\.]+$" . "~/backup")
        ("/\\.." . "~/backup/dotfiles")))
;; backup variables
(setq 
 version-control t
 kept-new-versions 5
 kept-old-versions 5
)

All works fine and I was completely satisfied with this
setup. However I can't use comparison of backup files in
Dired. The function dired-backup-diff works fine when it
compares the current file with its latest backup file. In this
case, Emacs correctly finds the backup file in its
correspondent directory. But, when the current file is itself a
backup one, dired-backup-diff can't find the original file. It
tries to find it in the current directory under an incorrect
name and Diff exits abnormally.

Is this a bug? May it be that I must do some other changes?
Please help me to find out how to solve this problem, I'd be
infinitely grateful.

Regards,
luis

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Alexander Koptelov | 6 Jun 12:20 2002
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Re: hi


You should add simething like the following in your .emacs file.

(add-hook 'c-mode-hook
          (lambda ()
            (unless (and
                     (buffer-file-name)
                     (file-exists-p (buffer-file-name)))
              (insert "/*\n"
                      " * author: Vikas\n"
                      " * mailto:vvikas <at> cse.Buffalo.EDU\n"
                      " */\n"))))

This is for C-files.

If you're using cperl-mode to edit perl files, add almost the same text for
the cperl-mode-hook instead of c-mode-hook (of course, you should use proper
comments =)

HTH

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mclellan, dave | 7 Jun 23:02 2002

emacs for BS2000?

I hope this is the right forum.  apologize if not. 

I am finding hints all over that there is a port of emacs for Fujitsu
Siemens Computers BS2000/Posix environment.  Does anyone out there know
about a port for BS2000 and how and where to get it? 

thanks. 

Dave McLellan
Unique Platforms Team Leader - Wide Sky Engineering
EMC Corporation
171 South St.
Hopkinton, MA 01748  USA
Voice: +1-508-249-3228, Fax: +1-508-497-8030
email: mclellan_dave <at> emc.com

Gmane