|Subject:||Re: Display corruption with binary files|
|Date:||Sat, 25 Nov 2006 18:34:04 -0600|
On Nov 25, 2006, at 3:02 PM, Eli Zaretskii wrote:
We must be talking about two different things or something.
On my Mac system, there is a version of emacs 21.2.1 in /usr/bin/emacs. I have a bzip tar file. I type:
from a Mac "terminal" window (not an X11 window) and it comes up just fine: inside the terminal. I can move around just like I remember.
The teminal is pretending to be an xterm. In fact, you can do the same thing inside an xterm, just unset DISPLAY -- otherwise emacs will become an X11 client.
I tried doing the same thing to the GUI style emacs 22.0.50 version but if I do it from the terminal, it complains that it can't find things: encoded-kb... I probably need to set my load-path on the command line somehow.
Anyhow... I know it worked as of emacs 21. I can't test it on emacs 22 today.
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