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Re: New internal implementation
Keisuke Nishida <email@example.com> wrote:
>> Here is a log:
>Did you try this?
>4. Recompile patched Emacs Lisp files:
> % emacs -q -batch -f batch-byte-recompile-directory lisp
Thank you for pointing this out. I forgot to do it when I
reported. I just rebuilt Guile Emacs and the problem were
>If you extract the source files directly in guile-emacs/src, then
>you don't need to create a patch every time. I'll add a new file
>INSTALL.CVS for CVS users.
OK, I extracted the source files of emacs-20.6.tar.gz in
guile-emacs/src. It released me from creating a patch every
time but I feel the installation is still rather troublesome.
| 4. Recompile patched Emacs Lisp files:
| % emacs -q -batch -f batch-byte-recompile-directory lisp
| 5. Regenerate the configure script:
| % autoconf
How about preparing `autogen.sh' in the CVS to automate
these forgetful procedures?
| 7. Install the "emacs" subdirectory to somewhere:
| # cd ..
| # mkdir /usr/local/share/emacs/scheme
| # cp -r emacs /usr/local/share/emacs/scheme
Can it be done with `make install' as I proposed before?
Probably, it is good to distribute Guile Emacs as an
all-in-one package instead of patch files to emacs-20.6.
People may have difficulty in installation and give up.
-- Satoru Takabayashi