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Emacs is coming back - 2nd try
- From: Steffen Sledz <sledz at zone42 dot org>
- To: cygwin-apps at cygwin dot com
- Date: Mon, 16 Jul 2007 21:28:17 +0200
- Subject: Emacs is coming back - 2nd try
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Here is my second try of the emacs 22.1 packages.
I've fixed some minor problems in dependency info. The conflicts with
ctags and xemacs are solved, and the emacs-el package is fixed (a lot of
files were missing in 22.1-1). Thanx to the hints from Eric.
I've not yet changed the emacs.exe binary behaviour in the way suggested
by Eric because I've not found a good sample for this. Also I'm not sure
if it is a better solution than the current one (emacs-nox.exe without
X11 support and emacs.exe with X11 support).
I believe the packages are ready for uploading now to give more people
the chance to test it. Please upload if you agree! It is again marked as
The base package including everything to run without X11 and the sources:
The X11 binary:
The lisp sources (including LEIM sources):
LEIM is obsolete as an own package. This is an empty package moving
emacs-leim to _obsolete:
You can also install directly from:
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