Emacs with gdb
Fri Nov 17 23:14:00 GMT 2000
On Oct 31, 2000 4:17 PM -0500 firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> For NTEmacs, get Michael Cook's cygwin32-mount.el (I keep a copy available
> for my students' at
> http://www.cs.odu.edu/~zeil/software/cygwin32-mount.el ), put it in the
This is old. Check gnu.emacs.sources for an updated version I posted this
summer. Also avail at
I can't vouch for bug-less-ness, but other people also made changes between
my changes and the version you keep.
(can you even parse that sentence? I really need sleep.)
I fixed another bug and improved regexps this week; my latest copy will
appear on my web page soon.
;;; cygwin32-mount.el --- Teach EMACS about cygwin32 mount points.
;;; Michael Cook <email@example.com>.
;;; modified Jun 18 1998 by Keisuke Mori <firstname.lastname@example.org>
;;; to make it work with ange-ftp and enable mapping a drive letter
;;; modified Oct 25 1999 by Drew Moseley (email@example.com)
;;; to support /cygdrive style drive maps and for better coexistence
;;; with ange-ftp.
;;; modified Feb 7 2000 by James Ganong (firstname.lastname@example.org)
;;; to work when / is mounted in a subdirectory instead of top level of a
;;; drive, and to check longest directory names first, to a / mount does
;;; not shadow.
;;; modified Mar 23 2000 by Jeff Juliano <email@example.com>
;;; to make a user-callable function that performs the mapping. I use
;;; this in my .emacs file to find my non-version-specific site-lisp
;;; directory since NTemacs doesn't have one in its search path.
;;; modified July 2000 by Jeff Juliano <firstname.lastname@example.org>
;;; ps-print to //machine/printer-name was broken. cygwin-mount would
;;; intercept and try to convert the name to a local path, even though one
;;; doesn't exist. Also, don't do mount table lookup as early as used to.
;;; warning: this isn't extensively tested, and may not be correct.
--- my latest change fixes an outstanding bug related to my last mod
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