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emacsclient behaves differently depending on the way the server was sta
emacsclient behaves differently depending on the way the server was started
Mon, 9 Nov 2009 10:30:57 -0500 (EST)
I am using emacs-23.1 build directly from the sources.
When i start emacs -nw or emacs i can use umlauts. As far as i can tell
this is due to the environment variables (It works since i have set
but if i start the emacs server with
and use the emacsclient with
in an x terminal
I can not use umlauts on the emacs frame on this terminal.
I have reproduced this behavior on redhat and openbsd so i do think that
this is not connected to the installed system.
But if i start the server from an emacs instance running outside an
terminal (X11) i can use umlauts if i use
(on the grafical emacs instance)
and if i use
emacsclient -nw /tmp/x
on the terminal
Can please someone outline the difference of the server start from the
commandline and from inside an running emacs instance?
I would love to use emacsclient as my editor and to let it start the
server as needed with the ALTERNATE_EDITOR="" setting. Can someone tell me
how to do this?
Thank you very much in advance
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