How to build Emacs in Cygwin environment?
Tue Jul 12 05:51:00 GMT 2016
Thanks it worked. After configure --with-w32 and build, I tried to
invoke (w32notify-add-watch), but it seems it is still not available.
Any other tricks to apply? Because I want to add a new build-in lisp
function for Emacs for Windows, so I think it would be a good start by
learning how (w32notify-add-watch) works.
On Thu, Jul 7, 2016 at 7:30 PM, Andy Moreton <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Thu 07 Jul 2016, Xi Shen wrote:
>> So I should execute "config --with-w32" inside a cygwin environment?
>> Xi Shen
> As I said in my previous message, read INSTALL.REPO in the emacs repo,
> and follow the instructions it contains.
> Use "./configure --with-w32" if you want a cygwin emacs that uses the
> Win32 GUI (i.e. does not need use an X11 server for display).
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