xemacs under B20.1
Fri Feb 5 08:06:00 GMT 1999
For those of us trying to spread the XEmacs *and*
cygwin gospel to the zombie masses used to using
Windoze - haveing a slick install package is a definite
advantage. I can share a directory that has a few .exe's
and just say - "install these things" and it is simple.
Now if I can just wean them off the DOS command line
and get them to use bash instead.... <sigh>
Myself - I'll recompile xemacs with cygwin - in my
spare time (yeah right) - or when something really
starts to annoy me about the pre-compiled executable.
But, nothing in the last 2 weeks has annoyed me that
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Remek Trzaska [SMTP:email@example.com]
> Sent: Friday, February 05, 1999 10:00 AM
> To: Oelke, Dan
> Cc: James Scott; firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: xemacs under B20.1
> >>>>> "Dan" == Oelke, Dan <email@example.com> writes:
> Dan> I just installed XEmacs version 21.0.62 from a binary install and
> Dan> worked GREAT.
> Dan> It doesn't have cygwin built in so it doesn't understand cygwin
> Dan> but that hasn't
> Dan> been an issue for me. Just go to ftp.xemacs.org and look under
> the beta
> Dan> directory for
> Dan> xemacs-install-990105.EXE
> You can build the latest betas out-of-box. See cvs.xemacs.org or
> There's a dedicated xemacs-nt mailing list. See www.xemacs.org for
> mailing list archives. The binary install is for people who choose
> not to use cygwin.
> Remek Trzaska http://www.npac.syr.edu/users/remek
> Research Scientist
> Northeast Parallel Architectures Center at Syracuse University, NY
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