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RE: How read environment variable in .emacs?


From: Bingham, Jay
Subject: RE: How read environment variable in .emacs?
Date: Mon, 18 Feb 2002 14:47:49 -0600

What you are looking for is getenv.

You really should learn to use the GNU Emacs Lisp Reference Manual.  I found 
the answer in there in less than 5 minutes (although I was pretty sure I knew 
it before I went looking).  If your system does not have it installed in the 
Info you can find it on the web at: 
http://www.gnu.org/manual/elisp-manual-20-2.5/ 
This is not the latest version but it is close.  I do not know when the latest 
version will be posted on the web.  Maybe some one will take the hint and get 
it posted soon.

J_)
C_)ingham
.    COMPAQ NonStop Integrity Systems
.    Austin, TX
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. Never clothe them in vulgar and shoddy attire. -Dr. George W. Crane-

 -----Original Message-----
From:   Chris Seberino [mailto:address@hidden 
Sent:   Saturday, 16 February, 2002 6:16 p
To:     address@hidden
Subject:        How read environment variable in .emacs?

I would like to read $DISPLAY in .emacs in a function
to know if emacs is running locally or remotely.

How do I do this???

(I've noticed local  => DISPLAY = :0
              remote => DISPLAY undefined )

Chris
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