Brad Anderson | 1 Feb 18:14 2010

buffer has a running process - popup msg

Hi all,

Every so often, when Aquamacs is in the background, the dock icon starts to bounce, and I see a dialog like so:

http://skitch.com/boorad/nursi/aquamacs

I click 'Discard' many times, and then check out the Recent Files menu:

http://skitch.com/boorad/nurar/showroom-view.erl

I have only opened up one .erl in this source folder, but it shows all of them have been recently opened.  .erl files in my setup usually have flymake active, so I'm wondering if that's the process attached to the buffer.

My question is, what is causing Aquamacs to open these files in the background?  I don't believe it happened in 1.9, but now I'm on github 'master' I see the behavior.  I can only find this commit that is associated with the issue: 

http://github.com/davidswelt/aquamacs-emacs/commit/b82b894657661457d4304e33aba759d389ec3893

I'd love to turn off whatever is causing this.  Any thoughts are appreciated.

Cheers,
BA

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J. McKenzie Alexander | 6 Feb 19:12 2010
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Re: MacOSX-Emacs Digest, Vol 28, Issue 1

Hi all,

I'm encountering a problem with AUCTeX in Aquamacs and I was hoping people might be able to help. If I compile
a LaTeX document which contains an error, clicking on the "Next Error" button in the toolbar creates an
empty buffer entitled "TeX Live 2009" instead of taking me to the appropriate point in the original file.

I think this problem started after I upgraded to TeX Live 2009, as the "Next error" button used to work. 

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!

Cheers,

Jason

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Jean-Christophe Helary | 7 Feb 07:49 2010
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input methods in emacs 23 ?

I've build emacs 23 from trunk last night and after setting Option to behave as on the Mac I can't seem to
access the "\" sign (which is Option-¥ on a my JIS Mac kb) for combinations like C-\.

The key has:
¥
Shift-¥=|
Alt-¥=\

But Control-Alt-¥ gives me "C-| is not recognized".

Basically, for all the keys that are defined by Alt-something a combination with C- will just ignore the Alt key.

Any way to fix that ?

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Peter Dyballa | 7 Feb 12:29 2010
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Re: input methods in emacs 23 ?


Am 07.02.2010 um 07:49 schrieb Jean-Christophe Helary:

> I've build emacs 23 from trunk last night

Which one? There are variants for X11, for AppKit, and another one for  
GNUStep/OPENSTEP/Cocoa.

> and after setting Option to behave as on the Mac I can't seem to  
> access the "\" sign (which is Option-¥ on a my JIS Mac kb) for  
> combinations like C-\.

Do you have some "input method" active? Which in Emacs and which in  
Mac OS X? Does it work to input in *scratch* buffer C-q Opt-¥? What do  
you see? What do you see after typing the same when you change Emacs'  
and Mac OS X's "input methods?"

The Help menu has an item "Send Bug Report…" – consider to use it!

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show him your sword.
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Jean-Christophe Helary | 7 Feb 13:55 2010
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Re: input methods in emacs 23 ?


On 7 févr. 10, at 20:29, Peter Dyballa wrote:

> 
> Am 07.02.2010 um 07:49 schrieb Jean-Christophe Helary:
> 
>> I've build emacs 23 from trunk last night
> 
> Which one? There are variants for X11, for AppKit, and another one for GNUStep/OPENSTEP/Cocoa.

I followed the instructions in nexstep/INSTALL:
./configure --with-ns

>> and after setting Option to behave as on the Mac I can't seem to access the "\" sign (which is Option-¥ on a
my JIS Mac kb) for combinations like C-\.
> 
> Do you have some "input method" active? Which in Emacs and which in Mac OS X? Does it work to input in
*scratch* buffer C-q Opt-¥? What do you see? What do you see after typing the same when you change Emacs'
and Mac OS X's "input methods?"

It seems that I have no input method active in Emacs and that the OSX method is the US standard on my JIS
keyboard (ie French through Alt+keys),

C-q Opt-¥ gives me \ in *scratch*

I don't see any difference since I don't use Emacs input methods.

> The Help menu has an item "Send Bug Report…" – consider to use it!

Yes but I want to know if it is a bug and not just a preference setting error on my side first :)

It took me a while to find how to have Atl/Option be "neutral" in Emacs so that I can use it like I do in OSX. So
maybe this particular issue is just a setting away...

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Peter Dyballa | 7 Feb 16:36 2010
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Re: input methods in emacs 23 ?


Am 07.02.2010 um 13:55 schrieb Jean-Christophe Helary:

> I followed the instructions in nexstep/INSTALL:
> ./configure --with-ns

OK. So it's the (NS) Emacs.app.

>
>>> and after setting Option to behave as on the Mac I can't seem to  
>>> access the "\" sign (which is Option-¥ on a my JIS Mac kb) for  
>>> combinations like C-\.
>>
>> Do you have some "input method" active? Which in Emacs and which in  
>> Mac OS X? Does it work to input in *scratch* buffer C-q Opt-¥? What  
>> do you see? What do you see after typing the same when you change  
>> Emacs' and Mac OS X's "input methods?"
>
> It seems that I have no input method active in Emacs and that the  
> OSX method is the US standard on my JIS keyboard (ie French through  
> Alt+keys),
>
> C-q Opt-¥ gives me \ in *scratch*
>
> I don't see any difference since I don't use Emacs input methods.

So it should work to access C-\ – although I don't see any sense in  
toggling an input method inside Emacs, it's better done with Mac OS X.  
(On my German keyboard \ is Option-Shift-7 or Option-/.)

Here are my settings:

mac-command-modifier is a variable defined in `ns-win.el'.
Its value is super		;; seems useless without modifying the key map  
table accordingly

   This variable is an alias for `ns-command-modifier'.

Documentation:
This variable describes the behavior of the command key.
Set to control, meta, alt, super, or hyper means it is taken to be  
that key.

mac-control-modifier is a variable defined in `ns-win.el'.
Its value is control

   This variable is an alias for `ns-control-modifier'.

Documentation:
This variable describes the behavior of the control key.
Set to control, meta, alt, super, or hyper means it is taken to be  
that key.

mac-function-modifier is a variable defined in `ns-win.el'.
Its value is none		;; don't want to get driven insane

   This variable is an alias for `ns-function-modifier'.

Documentation:
This variable describes the behavior of the function key (on laptops).
Set to control, meta, alt, super, or hyper means it is taken to be  
that key.
Set to none means that the function key is not interpreted by Emacs at  
all,
allowing it to be used at a lower level for accented character entry.

mac-option-modifier is a variable defined in `ns-win.el'.
Its value is none		;; I clearly need it for typing many characters

   This variable is an alias for `ns-alternate-modifier'.

Documentation:
This variable describes the behavior of the alternate or option key.
Set to control, meta, alt, super, or hyper means it is taken to be  
that key.
Set to none means that the alternate / option key is not interpreted  
by Emacs
at all, allowing it to be used at a lower level for accented character  
entry.

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Peter Dyballa | 7 Feb 22:37 2010
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Re: input methods in emacs 23 ?


Am 07.02.2010 um 13:55 schrieb Jean-Christophe Helary:

>> Do you have some "input method" active? Which in Emacs and which in  
>> Mac OS X? Does it work to input in *scratch* buffer C-q Opt-¥? What  
>> do you see? What do you see after typing the same when you change  
>> Emacs' and Mac OS X's "input methods?"
>
> It seems that I have no input method active in Emacs and that the  
> OSX method is the US standard on my JIS keyboard (ie French through  
> Alt+keys),
>
> C-q Opt-¥ gives me \ in *scratch*

Did you try to type C-q C-\, i.e., C-q Ctrl-Opt-¥? I just found that  
when I type C-q Ctrl-Opt-Shift-7 (or C-q Ctrl-Opt-/) this is not  
handled by Emacs.app but reported as: "<C-S-268632092> is undefined"  
and an ASCII NUL, ^ <at> , is inserted. Is this the same case for you, too?  
You can view the code, which briefly appears in mini-buffer, by typing  
C-h l...

This indeed looks like an NS bug. (My Emacs.app is some weeks old,  
though.) Could you report it, adding also my description?

In GNU Emacs 23.1.90.1 (powerpc-apple-darwin9.8.0, NS apple- 
appkit-949.54)
  of 2010-01-07 on Latsche.local
Windowing system distributor `Apple', version 10.3.949
configured using `configure  '--without-sound' '--without-dbus' '-- 
without-pop' '--with-ns' '--disable-ns-self-contained' '--x-libraries=/ 
usr/X11/libs' '--x-includes=/usr/X11/include/X11' '--enable- 
locallisppath=/Library/Application Support/Emacs/calendar23:/Library/ 
Application Support/Emacs' 'CFLAGS=-ggdb3 -Wno-pointer-sign -H -pipe - 
fPIC -mcpu=7450 -mtune=7450 -Os' 'CC=gcc-4.2''

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Jean-Christophe Helary | 8 Feb 07:43 2010
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C-x 4 C-o / C-x 4 b

When I have 2 windows opened, one above the other (C-x 2) slightly resized to that the bottom one only shows
its' contents (*Calendar*) I'm finding that the commands "select buffer in other window" and "display
buffer in other window" launched from the biggest window have the silly idea to resize the window set so
that the windows use the same space.

When I launch the commands from the smaller *Calendar* buffer I don't see this behavior.

(Emacs "-ns" 23.1.90)

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Jean-Christophe Helary | 8 Feb 10:52 2010
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documentation ?

In the emacs23 (NS) version I built from trunk the other day I am not finding the documentation that is
supposed to be included.

1) The tutorial can't be called from the menu or the help command
2) A number of manuals (including Org mode) are not available from the info interface.

All the above data is included into the Contents > Resources > info or Contents > Resources > etc > tutorials
directories of the Emacs.app package though.

And what I am seeing from the info top page is documents that I've installed in other places before building
emacs23. Like the SICP texinfo package...

How do I tell emacs23 to find the documentation _also_ within the Emacs.app package ?

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David Rogoff | 9 Feb 18:57 2010

Aquamacs] - update packages?

Question:  I've just started using Aquamacs.  I'm getting into org-mode and see that the version that came
with it isn't the latest.   I see that Aquamacs has the elc and el.gz files in
/Applications/Aquamacs.app/Contents/Resources/list/org.  When I downloaded the latest version of
org-mode, it has a lisp directory with all the .el files and a doc directory with pdf and tex files.

Can I just replace all the el files and byte-compile the directory?  Where do the doc files go?  I looked around
the Aquamacs site and wiki, but didn't find anything about updating pacakges and I'm not sure if it works
like a "normal" emacs.

Thanks,

 David
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