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Re: GNU NTEmacs and X


From: Kevin Rodgers
Subject: Re: GNU NTEmacs and X
Date: Fri, 01 Aug 2003 16:03:59 -0600
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Kai Gro├čjohann wrote:

Jason Dufair <address@hidden> writes:
So you want to run it always in GUI mode, with X handling the GUI when
you're in X/KDE and Win32 handling the GUI when you don't have an X
server running?  I think you'll be unlikely to get this to work with the
current sources.


Right.  But where's the problem of creating two binaries?  They could
share most of the actual installation.  I would guess that it should
suffice to create two binaries, and share all the other files.  There
might be a problem with the DOC file, though.

Ooh, that's a cool idea.  You would need to configure each build separately

(and run `make distclean` in betweeen), but I think you could build and install
separate executables (and share the other stuff) by configure'ing with e.g.

        --exec-prefix=/usr/local/x
and
        --exec-prefix=/usr/local/win32

--
Kevin Rodgers



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