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Re: Installing planner mode for Emacs on Windows?

From: Endless Story
Subject: Re: Installing planner mode for Emacs on Windows?
Date: 26 Dec 2006 02:48:10 -0800
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I managed to get this done and am up and running with Planner 3.40 on

Here's what happened: After lots of Googling, including a search of the
archives of the planner.el-discuss mailing list, I realized that one of
the dependencies for the latest versions of Planner is an equally
recent version of Muse. I first tried an older version of Muse without
realizing it, but it lacked some newer code that allows other apps to
build on Muse functionality, including Planner. Once I realized my
mistake and aligned the versions, I was able to use Cygwin to make &&
make install both Planner and Muse inside the correct site-lisp
directory for my non-Cygwin install of Emacs.

Martin wrote:
> >>>>> Endless Story writes:
>   > Date: 23 Dec 2006 12:38:35 -0800
>   >
>   > Another thing I'd like to do in Emacs for Windows. On Linux I've never
>   > had a problem with adding packages, but despite much Googling I haven't
>   > been able to find any instructions for doing the same on Windows.
>   >
>   > The README that comes with planner mode is written for Linux/Unix. I
>   > tried using Cygwin but made a mess of things. What I would prefer is a
>   > straightforward Windows-centric approach - if such a thing exists.
> Hi,
> in the elisp source file planner.el you may find a comment like
>   ;; Place planner.el in your load path and add this to your .emacs:
>   ;;
>   ;;    (require 'planner)
> The emacs variable load-path (C-h v load-path RET) usually contains a
> subdirectory site-lisp, where you should place all the elisp source
> files (*.el). Bytecompile them.
> Cheers
> Martin
> -- 
> parozusa at web dot de

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