Bastien | 1 Nov 03:07 2007

Re: eshell/cp not able to use Tramp syntax ?

Thanks very much.  François, can you report this to the XEmacs people?

Michael Albinus <michael.albinus <at> gmx.de> writes:

> I've debugged it down to an error in eshell-shuffle-files. With XEmacs 
> 21.4.20 and eshell from the XEmacs package repository, we have
>
> So the error is already known (see the comment); XEmacs shall sync
> eshell.

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Ke Lu | 1 Nov 02:10 2007
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A simple keybinding queation

The keybing of Cscope is like following:
C-c s c
C-c s g
C-c s G
...

I want to bind a key to C-c s,
for example:
s-s

So I can
press s-s c for C-c s c
press s-s g for C-c s g
press s-s G for C-c s G
...

How can I do it.
Alok G. Singh | 1 Nov 04:20 2007
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Re: Emacs bindings in other programs

On 31 Oct 2007, koyfman <at> gmail.com wrote:

> Can Emacs talk to a Domino server? (We use Lotus Notes for mail.) I
> didn't think it could do that.

No it can't. You have to delve into the Domino client libraries for
that. 

However, if you work for IBM, there is an internal fetchmail-like
client by Tessa Lau which can fetch your mail.

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htbest2000 | 1 Nov 04:55 2007
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Cannot change the default color when using highlight-regexp

Hi all:

I want to use the highlight-regexp in my script, but the emacs always
highlight the key word with yellow, although my expression is
``(highlight-regexp "all" 'hl-pink)''. But it is OK when using
highlight-regexp in the interactive mode( using M-x ).

How to use other colour for highlight?

Thanks for your help.

PS: my version is

GNU Emacs 22.0.94.1 (i386-mingw-nt5.1.2600) of 2007-02-23 on NEUTRINO
Johan Bockgård | 1 Nov 10:49 2007
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Re: Cannot change the default color when using highlight-regexp

htbest2000 <htbest2000 <at> gmail.com> writes:

> I want to use the highlight-regexp in my script, but the emacs always
> highlight the key word with yellow, although my expression is
> ``(highlight-regexp "all" 'hl-pink)''.

The name is "hi-pink", not "hl-pink".

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Stefan Kamphausen | 1 Nov 09:18 2007
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Re: Need to unhook a function in Makefile-mode

Hi,

jgombos <nabble.forum.jog <at> spamgourmet.com> writes:

> ;; LANGUAGE HOOKS ;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;;
> (add-hook 'c++-mode-hook
> 	  '(lambda ()
> 		  (c-set-style "whitesmith")
> 		  (add-hook 'write-file-hooks 'untabify-buffer)
> 		  ))
> </pre>
> http://www.emacswiki.org/cgi-bin/emacs-en/UntabifyUponSave This article 
> suggests a solution, but someone responded to that saying that the
> alternative approach screws up formatting (eg. number of spaces equated with
> a tab).  And I don't want to untabify manually (even though tabs are
> highlighted in my view).  

well the approach given over there in the wiki makes write-file-hooks
a /buffer local/ hook by calling

(make-local-hook 'write-contents-hooks)

I have been using that code for something like 5-8 years (can't really
remember) and it always did what I wanted.  Note however, it was used
in XEmacs and I never hade much code edititing in larger teams (at
least no teams not using that same code, too ;-)

Kind Regards
Stefan
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Xah Lee | 1 Nov 15:16 2007

Re: A simple keybinding queation

Google
How to Define Keyboard Shortcuts in Emacs
http://xahlee.org/emacs/keyboard_shortcuts.html

  Xah
  xah <at> xahlee.org
  http://xahlee.org/

On Oct 31, 6:10 pm, Ke Lu <l... <at> luxdo.jp> wrote:
> The keybing of Cscope is like following:
> C-c s c
> C-c s g
> C-c s G
> ...
>
> I want to bind a key to C-c s,
> for example:
> s-s
>
> So I can
> press s-s c for C-c s c
> press s-s g for C-c s g
> press s-s G for C-c s G
> ...
>
> How can I do it.
William Case | 1 Nov 16:34 2007

Re: A simple keybinding queation

Hi Xah Lee;

On Thu, 2007-11-01 at 07:16 -0700, Xah Lee wrote:
> Google
> How to Define Keyboard Shortcuts in Emacs
> http://xahlee.org/emacs/keyboard_shortcuts.html
> 

Just went to your site mentioned above; to your Emacs Tutorial page;
and, to your Home Page.  All great sites.

Your Emacs Tutorial is nice, clean, simple and easy to read and
understand.

Congratulations

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Defacta | 1 Nov 16:49 2007
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Files by FTP

Hello,

Is it possible to edit some PHP files which are on a server using
Emacs ? Is it too slow to edit them this way ?

Thanks,
Vincent.
Lennart Borgman (gmail | 1 Nov 17:47 2007
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Re: Files by FTP

Defacta wrote:
> Hello,
> 
> Is it possible to edit some PHP files which are on a server using
> Emacs ? Is it too slow to edit them this way ?
> 
> Thanks,
> Vincent.

It is easy. Even more easy is it perhaps with nXhtml:

   http://www.emacswiki.org/cgi-bin/wiki/NxhtmlMode

Gmane