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Re: Load path and custom compiling cvs on Debian

From: Peter Dyballa
Subject: Re: Load path and custom compiling cvs on Debian
Date: Fri, 14 Dec 2007 23:47:11 +0100

Am 14.12.2007 um 20:44 schrieb John Wells:

Is there a way to see what was compiled in from within emacs?

I don't understand your question. Maybe the *compilation* buffer has something to offer? Or are you looking for 'ldd <binary>' (otool -L in Mac OS X)?

The PATH value can be long: path1:path2:path3:... Maybe you missed the appropriate directory. For this purpose check load-path in the debian product and load-path in your Emacs. The difference will make the difference ...

BTW, I am using a bit of code I found somewhere in site-start.el:

(defadvice load (before debug-log activate)
  (message "(Tipp von Kai G) Loding now: %s" (ad-get-arg 0)))

Could it works to pass this as code to evaluate on the command line. Then *Messages* should contain messages like

        (Tipp von Kai G) Loding now: auctex.el

This might help to identify from where debian code is loaded. In a debian-like Emacs 21.3.50 it loads from /sw/etc/emacs/site-start.d. Startup.el should be a file that can have debian additions/hacks – my debian-like Emacs some 'flavor' added and executed/loaded there.



$ sumascii BILL GATES
  B   I   L   L   G   A   T   E   S
 66+ 73+ 76+ 76+ 71+ 65+ 84+ 69+ 83 = 663

 and add 3 because he's Bill Gates the third.

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