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RE: cygwin's emacs
- From: "Richard Campbell" <richard dot campbell at air2web dot com>
- To: <cygwin at cygwin dot com>
- Date: Wed, 10 Mar 2004 09:10:58 -0500
- Subject: RE: cygwin's emacs
>On Tue, Mar 09, 2004 at 10:46:47PM -0500, George Hester wrote:
>>I go into emacs easy enough. I start cygwin and type emacs and there I
>>am in emacs. The directions say to exit type C-x C-c where C is the
>>control key. I am assuming that is the left control key. So I hold
>>down the left control key and type x. I get a C-x in the lower bottom
>>of the window. I then try C-c which is holding down the left control
>>key and hitting the c key. Nothing. Justy a ding. In fact I casnnot
>>exit from emacs at all. Does anyone have a way of exiting from emacs
>>which works? Thanks.
>Either set the environment variable CYGWIN=tty prior to running any
>cygwin program or run emacs under rxvt. CTRL-C is not remappable in
>the normal cygwin console due to windows constraints.
2 more options:
1. Run emacs under the X-Windows server.
2. Use "M-x kill-emacs", which is either:
a. Hit the key ALT-x, then type "kill-emacs", then hit the key ENTER.
b. Hit the key ESCAPE, then hit the key x, then type "kill-emacs", then hit the key ENTER.
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