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Re: [ANNOUNCEMENT] GNU emacs 21.2-5 packages available
- From: Joe Buehler <jbuehler at hekimian dot com>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Tue, 20 Aug 2002 15:08:17 -0400
- Subject: Re: [ANNOUNCEMENT] GNU emacs 21.2-5 packages available
- Newsgroups: gmane.os.cygwin
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Do you want the stackdump file? I tried to use dumper.exe as per
the FAQ but on re-starting bash I got a "syntax error" message.
That's something for another time...
I don't really want the stackdump file, but a core generated by
dumper would be fine.
You may be onto something. As an experiment I started Mutt, and
then in another bash shell window started emacs, and got the
same result (Sinal 11). Some argument between the two about
something, it looks like, though the reverse (start emacs and
then mutt) works fine.
Probably the Win98 loader is loading emacs differently, causing
the problem. One thing you can do is run emacs before mutt,
then run "start-server" once it's up, then use "emacsclient"
for the editor in mutt. The emacsclient binary talks to
the running emacs and uses it to edit files.
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