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Re: gui emacs from terminal

From: Peter Dyballa
Subject: Re: gui emacs from terminal
Date: Fri, 16 Jul 2010 09:30:21 +0200

Am 16.07.2010 um 03:02 schrieb Kevin Rodgers:

I always log the output for future reference e.g.

        ./configure --with-ns 2>&1 | tee configure.log

You could also use M-x compile RET <configure command> RET to create a *compilation* buffer in which the use of faces emphasises some text output to see more easily what is going on, potentially failing. Finally the *compilation* buffer needs to be saved and closed, in order to save it from being reused and overwritten by next compilation.

Anyway, the Carbon, NS, and AppKit variants of GNU Emacs have no networking capability in a manner like an X client because Apple's windowing system is like that from MS not network aware, only local like the windowing systems from 30 years ago (on Xerox Star, Pet, Lisa, Atari, Amiga, Sun with SunView, Apollo with Presentation Manager). TRAMP in Emacs allows to edit files in remote file systems, and Apple's Terminal application would allow to launch any Carbon, NS, or AppKit variant of GNU Emacs without GUI inside it as

        /Applications/ -nw



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