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Re: windows 98 message: the required cygxpm-nox4.dll not found
- From: Charles Wilson <cwilson at ece dot gatech dot edu>
- To: "Robinow, David" <drobinow at dayton dot adroit dot com>
- Cc: "'Ralph Buse'" <rbuse1 at gwdg dot de>, cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Tue, 08 Jan 2002 11:54:51 -0500
- Subject: Re: windows 98 message: the required cygxpm-nox4.dll not found
- References: <80575AFA5F0DD31197CE00805F650D767B211A@wilber.adroit.com>
Robinow, David wrote:
> It's in the Graphics category of Cygwin setup.
> NTemacs, Xemacs native, and Xemacs cygwin all have their advantages, most
> of which I can't remember off the top of my head. The cygwin version will
> give you the best interaction with cygwin subprocesses. If you plan to use
> emacs as an ide with gnu tools, I'd definitely recommend the cygwin version.
But interaction between cygwin XEmacs and native subprocesses has
problems (sun javac is particularly troublesome, I've heard). This is
related to the CTRL-C problem that has been around forever -- but nobody
cared about it enough to fix it, until now. It looks like Robert
Collins is taking some valuable time away from setup.exe to track this
down, so this deficiency of cygwin XEmacs may soon be a non-issue.
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