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Re: Emacs under GNUstep


From: Citizen Jimserac
Subject: Re: Emacs under GNUstep
Date: Sat, 9 Feb 2013 14:09:45 -0800 (PST)
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On Feb 8, 7:59 pm, Germán "A. Arias" <address@hidden> wrote:
> I have the same problem on Trisquel 5.5. But it works perfectly on
> Dragora 2.2. I don't know if the problem is in emacs or a bug on
> Trisquel (based on Ubuntu). I'm almost sure this isn't a problem on
> gnustep.
>
> El vie, 08-02-2013 a las 16:43 -0800, Citizen Jimserac escribió:
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> > Damn !!!
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> > Configured and make and make install went perfectly and it created
> > the ./Emacs.app binary....
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> > But on startup, right after the small icon appeared in the lower left
> > of the screen...
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> > 2013-02-09 00:32:01.989 Emacs[13113] NSDocumentClass  not found
> > 2013-02-09 00:32:01.990 Emacs[13113] NSDocumentClass  not found
> > 2013-02-09 00:32:01.990 Emacs[13113] NSDocumentClass  not found
> > 2013-02-09 00:32:01.990 Emacs[13113] NSDocumentClass  not found
> > 2013-02-09 00:32:01.990 Emacs[13113] NSDocumentClass  not found
> > 2013-02-09 00:32:01.991 Emacs[13113] NSDocumentClass  not found
> > 2013-02-09 00:32:01.991 Emacs[13113] NSDocumentClass  not found
> > Fatal error 11: Segmentation faultAborted (core dumped)
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> > I guess I had better install a newer version of GNUStep, that's
> > probably all there is to it.
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> > Thanks!
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> > J.
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> > On Feb 8, 7:03 pm, Germán "A. Arias" <address@hidden> wrote:
> > > You should run:
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> > > ./configure --with-ns
> > > make
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> > > and (you don't need root permission):
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> > > make install
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> > > Then
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> > > cd nextstep
> > > openapp ./Emacs.app
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> > > You can move the Emacs.app directory to any other place. Regards.
>
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Well, if I got this far, I might as well see what it looks like.
I'll throw Ubuntu 12.10 on an old laptop, install GNUstep and then try
compiling and running it there.

Thanks again,
J.


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