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Re: Emacs is coming back - 2nd try
- From: Steffen Sledz <sledz at zone42 dot org>
- To: cygwin-apps Mailing List <cygwin-apps at cygwin dot com>
- Date: Tue, 17 Jul 2007 22:12:57 +0200
- Subject: Re: Emacs is coming back - 2nd try
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Eric Blake schrieb:
> I'd still like to see a -3 that takes an alternatives-based approach. To
> do that, you need to add a dependency on alternatives, then in your
> postinstall script, do something like this (looking at
> /etc/postinstall/automake1.<x>.sh for inspiration) for the non-X version:
OK. I'll try to please you. :)
>> The base package including everything to run without X11 and the sources:
> The embedded file emacs-22.1-2.src.patch is identical to
> emacs-22.1-2.cygwin.patch; it looks like you built emacs out of the box
> without any source patches, so I'm not sure why you even had a .src.patch.
> But I don't think it is a showstopper for -2.
Hmmm? That's interesting. I did not embed any emacs-22.1-2.src.patch
file. A cygport bug???
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