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Re: Is there any elisp functions to tell whether the cursor is in a comm


From: Joe Bloggs
Subject: Re: Is there any elisp functions to tell whether the cursor is in a comment block?
Date: Sat, 19 Jul 2008 16:17:07 +0100
User-agent: Gnus/5.11 (Gnus v5.11) Emacs/22.2 (gnu/linux)

Giorgos Keramidas <address@hidden> writes:

> On Mon, 14 Jul 2008 21:10:56 +0100, Joe Bloggs <address@hidden> wrote:
>>"Lennart Borgman (gmail)" <address@hidden> writes:
>>> Just out of curiosity: Why don't you upgrade to Emacs 22?
>>
>> I tried, but couldn't get it to work properly.  I wasted a whole day
>> ****ing around with my .emacs, load-path etc.  I use quite a lot of
>> packages and I'm not sure which ones are compatible or not. So for the
>> moment I'm sticking with what works (i.e. emacs 21).  Actually maybe
>> you could give me some tips on a smooth transition?  My OS is Debian
>> Etch.  Currently I get the following error when I start up emacs 22.2:
>>
>> "File error: Cannot open load file, tramp-gw"
>>
>> which means I can't use tramp.
>
> You can definitely use tramp with Emacs 22.  [I've been using it ever
> since it became part of the CVS tree of Emacs 22, before it was actually
> released as Emacs 22.1.]
>
> The only caveat is that it is now part of Emacs itself, so if you are
> using a custom installation of tramp for Emacs 21.X it may be worth
> *removing* the custom local tramp package from the default load-path;
> this way the default tramp package that is now part of Emacs will take
> over and it should Just Work(TM) out of the box.
Did that thanks and now it works fine, apart from integration with gud & gdb.
I have no indication in the source buffer of where the current line of 
execution is.
Have you got this working?



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