Stanley Pearman | 3 Dec 18:59 2007

emacs 22.1 binary available?

hello,

I have been trying to install emacs W32 lately

the homepage suggests that the 22.1 binary isn't included with the
package but will be soon.

Can you say when this will be available?

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Lennart Borgman (gmail | 4 Dec 15:20 2007
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Re: emacs 22.1 binary available?

Stanley Pearman wrote:
> hello,
> 
> I have been trying to install emacs W32 lately
> 
> the homepage suggests that the 22.1 binary isn't included with the
> package but will be soon.
> 
> Can you say when this will be available?

Unfortunately I have not had time to package the released version with 
my patches. However the latest version you can download of 
Emacs+EmacsW32 is made just before the release of 22.1 and there are 
very few changes that are made after I packaged Emacs+EmacsW32.

I will try to explain this on the download page.

Martin Fischer | 5 Dec 19:41 2007
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Re: emacs 22.1 binary available?


  >>>>> Stanley Pearman writes:
  > Date: Mon, 3 Dec 2007 12:59:15 -0500
  > 
  > hello,
  > 
  > I have been trying to install emacs W32 lately

Hi,

as alternative without a Windows installer you may find at

  http://ntemacs.sourceforge.net/

Cheers

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Michael Campbell | 6 Dec 02:07 2007
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cygwin bash -i from *shell* yields "command not found"? (Line ending issue?)

I'm sure this is something fundamental, but what do I have set wrong
to make this happen?

Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]
(C) Copyright 1985-2001 Microsoft Corp.

c:\ntemacs23\bin>bash -i
bash -i
bash-3.2$ ls
bash: $'ls\r': command not found

I'm using the emacs at ntemacs.sourceforge.net, version 23.0.0.1.

Richard M. Heiberger | 6 Dec 02:19 2007
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Re: cygwin bash -i from *shell* yields "command not found"? (Line ending issue?)

This might be the problem.
I get a different message when I accidentally use dos line endings
instead of the correct unix endings.  This restores unix line endings.

 
(set-buffer-process-coding-system 'undecided-unix 'undecided-unix)

Richard M. Heiberger | 6 Dec 02:22 2007
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Re: cygwin bash -i from *shell* yields "command not found"? (Line ending issue?)

Ah, but the real reason is that you started bash from inside a
CMD window.   Start it directly by adding these lines to
site-start.el

;;; shell on windows to bash
(make-local-variable 'cygwin)
(make-local-variable 'cygwin-bin)
(make-local-variable 'cygwin-bash)
(setq cygwin (concat where "cygwin"))
(setq cygwin-bin (concat cygwin "/bin"))
(setq cygwin-bash (concat cygwin-bin "/bash.exe"))
(setenv "SHELL" cygwin-bash)
(setq shell-file-name cygwin-bash)
(setenv "CVS_RSH" (concat cygwin-bin "/ssh.exe"))

Klaus Gena | 7 Dec 11:31 2007
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Auctex: ConText and utf-8 problem



Hi,

I try to process a file in Russian with ConText and xetex using the
Auctex package in emacs.

I always receive the following error: 'you should use the pdftex
binaries'

When compiling the same file in notepad++, everything works as
expected. I only have to change the file format from ANSI to UTF-8.

I don't understand this: i saved the file in emacs in utf-8 format,
but when I open it in notepad, it gets recognized as an ANSI file.

What could be the problem here?

p.s. I work on win xp.



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Michael Campbell | 7 Dec 13:17 2007
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Re: cygwin bash -i from *shell* yields "command not found"? (Line ending issue?)

On Dec 5, 2007 8:19 PM, Richard M. Heiberger <rmh <at> temple.edu> wrote:
> This might be the problem.
> I get a different message when I accidentally use dos line endings
> instead of the correct unix endings.  This restores unix line endings.
>
>
> (set-buffer-process-coding-system 'undecided-unix 'undecided-unix)

Richard and I discussed this a bit offline, but wanted to send
something to the list for archival use.  What he noted up there does
work fine for me.  I put that command (sexpr?) in my shell-mode-hook
so it'll always be there, and so far so good.  Thanks again.

(defun my-shell-setup ()
  ""
  (set-buffer-process-coding-system 'undecided-unix 'undecided-unix)
  )

(setq shell-mode-hook 'my-shell-setup)

(As an aside, is setq any better or worse than add-hook, other than
the possibility of overwriting existing hook calls?)

Ryan Krauss | 19 Dec 15:29 2007
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organizing files into a project

I want to define a group of Python files that I am editting to be a
project so that it is easy to open and browse them all in one shot.  I
guess this wouldn't be so different from the existing desktop (thought
it might have some additional features), but I want to be able to
easily define many of these projects.  Does something like this
already exist?  A few minutes of googling didn't turn anything up.

Thanks,

Ryan

Jeff | 19 Dec 15:44 2007
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Re: organizing files into a project

I've been using ECB - the emacs code browser for a couple of months. It works well, but I have not done much customization of it at all. YOu can find it at http://ecb.sourceforge.net/

Jeff

On Wed, December 19, 2007 9:29 am, Ryan Krauss wrote:
> I want to define a group of Python files that I am editting to be a
> project so that it is easy to open and browse them all in one shot. I
> guess this wouldn't be so different from the existing desktop (thought
> it might have some additional features), but I want to be able to
> easily define many of these projects. Does something like this
> already exist? A few minutes of googling didn't turn anything up.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Ryan
>
>


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