|Subject:||Re: Subject: Call for testers for GNU Hyperbole 5.12, a large, useful Emacs package|
|Date:||Wed, 15 Jun 2016 18:02:01 -0400|
> > (if (not (display-graphic-p))
> > ;; Installation of Hyperbole requires a non-dumb terminal
> > ;; instance of Emacs, i.e. under a window system.
Why do you need that? IOW, what doesn't work on a TTY frame? I don't
expect to see any real problems, since in a modern Emacs version most
features "just work" on TTY frames. Colors, menus, dialogs, mouse,
everything. There could be some old code you have that fails because
it uses low-level or obsolescent APIs, but that's about all I'd
So please tell why you needed to enforce display-graphic-p.
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