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Re: Software/HD ecology


From: Luis Fernandes
Subject: Re: Software/HD ecology
Date: 28 Dec 2002 08:54:04 -0500
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>>>>> "miles" == Miles Bader <address@hidden> writes:

    miles> Yes I know you would; but in order for GNU standards to
    miles> change (thus confusing and annoying everybody out there
    miles> used to the current standard), there has to be a better
    miles> reason than `I think it's more tidy.'

Yes, I see your point.  And as Kai pointed out it's not really
perfect, there's post-install fiddling involved.

Anyway, I would like to see dmaster's idea of an "uninstall-emacs"
script created and installed in future distros of emacs.
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Luis Fernandes <address@hidden> writes:

> Anyway, I would like to see dmaster's idea of an "uninstall-emacs"
> script created and installed in future distros of emacs.

Seconded.

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When running LaTeX on my document, I get a lot of warnings.  Is there
something I can do to jump to the source position corresponding to
such a warning?

For errors, C-c ` will do.  But for warnings?
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address@hidden (Kai Großjohann) writes:

> When running LaTeX on my document, I get a lot of warnings.  Is there
> something I can do to jump to the source position corresponding to
> such a warning?
> 
> For errors, C-c ` will do.  But for warnings?

Is C-c C-w what you want?

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David Kastrup <address@hidden> writes:

> Is C-c C-w what you want?

No, that jumps to some warnings only.  I'm sorry that I wasn't more
specific earlier.  Here is an example for a warning:

LaTeX Warning: Command \textasciitilde invalid in math mode on input line 159.

LaTeX Warning: Float too large for page by 67.93065pt on input line 573.
        (Maybe this one is caught by the bad boxes?)

LaTeX Warning: Marginpar on page 58 moved.

LaTeX Warning: Reference `def:schema' on page 71 undefined on input line 96.

Hm.  I guess one can't do anything about the marginpar warnings, as
there is no line number.

[time passes]

Oh, TeX-parse-TeX actually looks for "LaTeX Warning", but C-c `
nevertheless skips them for me.

Let me construct a small document that shows the problem and then
report to the AUC-TeX list.

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address@hidden (Kai Großjohann) writes:

> Let me construct a small document that shows the problem and then
> report to the AUC-TeX list.

It's not so easy to construct a document that produces

LaTeX Warning: Command \textasciitilde invalid in math mode on input line 106.

without also producing

! Please use \mathaccent for accents in math mode.
address@hidden address@hidden \spacefactor }\accent 
                                                  #1 #2\egroup \spacefactor ...
l.106 Show $\papieawild
                       $ warning.
! Missing { inserted.
<to be read again> 
                   \egroup 
l.106 Show $\papieawild
                       $ warning.
! You can't use `\spacefactor' in math mode.
address@hidden ...}\accent #1 #2\egroup \spacefactor 
                                                  address@hidden 
l.106 Show $\papieawild
                       $ warning.
(/usr/local/tetex/texmf/tex/latex/base/omscmr.fd)
! Missing } inserted.
<inserted text> 
                }
l.106 Show $\papieawild$
                         warning.

Hm.  I wonder which of the 700 lines in my .sty file does this...

[time passes]

Ah!  Found it.  Will make another posting.

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David Kastrup <address@hidden> writes:

> Is C-c C-w what you want?

Ah, after some time, I finally found out that C-c C-w indeed makes
C-c ` stop at the right spots.  However, it also stops at overfull
hboxes, and I have too many of those...

But it's good enough anyway.  Thanks a lot for your help, David!
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how to avoid that an option is modified from outside menus of customization?
I modify an option, I record it for future uses but always appears another 
one when initiating emacs...
In concrete one is the option to debugger in the language ADA.
Always appears "ddd..." but I have saved "gvd....."
DESPERADO
Thanks...
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Hello to everyone!
I'm new in Emacs and I use it mostly for C++ coding. Here are some
questions:

1. Is there a project manger for Emacs which can organize files into
tree (with "sources", "headers" subtrees) and allow to open all files
in project with only one command. 

2. Almost all commercial IDE have a feature called "tagging". For
example, when cursor is on function's prototype I can easily jump to
function's definition with only one command. And I can bring a menu of all
functions and classes in my source files and quickly jump to any of
them. Is there such feature for Emacs?

3. How can I run my console program in Emacs console instead of
default terminal emulator (such as xterm)?

4. How can force Emacs to automatically save current session and open it on
next start?

5. Is there font-lock mode designed especially for C++ (the default one
isn't powerful enough) ?

6. How can indent using spaces (4 spaces in one tab) but when I press
Backspace after indenting it will erase 4 spaces (as if I inserted tab
character) ?

7. Is there "symbol auto-completion" for Emacs?

And here are some questions about editing simple text:

8. What spell-checkers does Emacs support?

9. How can I set small left margin in Emacs editing window thus making text
start not from the edge of screen but some millimeters from it?

Thanks for your answers!
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Please don't post the same stuff twice.  Instead, just enter

    first.group,second.group

into the Newsgroups header.  (Separated with comma and no space.)

I already answered in another group, comp.emacs I think.
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JOL <address@hidden> writes:

> how to avoid that an option is modified from outside menus of customization?
> I modify an option, I record it for future uses but always appears another 
> one when initiating emacs...
> In concrete one is the option to debugger in the language ADA.
> Always appears "ddd..." but I have saved "gvd....."

After using Customize to change something, you have to hit the "Save
for future changes" button.
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Kai Großjohann wrote:
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> After using Customize to change something, you have to hit the "Save
> for future changes" button.

I already do this¡¡¡¡¡
but still it remains the option previous (ddd...) when initiating emacs 
again¡¡¡¡¡
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JOL <address@hidden> writes:

> Kai Großjohann wrote:
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>> After using Customize to change something, you have to hit the "Save
>> for future changes" button.
>
> I already do this¡¡¡¡¡

Hm.  I'm afraid that then you will have to give more detailed
information: what is your operating system, what version of Emacs are
you running.  After starting Emacs, what do you do to change the
debugger for ADA mode?  After exiting and starting Emacs again, how
do you find out that the variable has the wrong value?  (What's the
command to invoke the debugger?)

If a nonempty file won't do, it might be good to include a file that
helps show the problem.

I have never seen ADA.  So I have no idea how that works or goes or
whatever.  I just know some Emacs.
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address@hidden (Kai Großjohann) writes:

> Hm.  I'm afraid that then you will have to give more detailed
> information: what is your operating system, what version of Emacs are
> you running.  After starting Emacs, what do you do to change the
> debugger for ADA mode?  After exiting and starting Emacs again, how
> do you find out that the variable has the wrong value?  (What's the
> command to invoke the debugger?)

I've now created a buffer x.ada and entered ada-mode.  Then I tried
to find a variable that specifies the debugger to use, but couldn't
find one.  The closest I could find was ada-which-compiler.

Using Emacs 21.2.
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Help,

I have gone through the documentaiton several times,
and am not able to locate WHERE the site wide default
color scheme and default fonts are established for
any user.  I know that one can setup color schemes
in Xdefaults:Emacs... but I would like to establish
the defaults for ALL users.  Does this have to be set
at compile time? or is there a site-wide initiializaiton
file that will establish the default colors and fonts?

If you can point me where to go to find this information,
in a specific manner, I would be greatfully thankfull.

Please help me.

Frank C. Weiler
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Sunnyvale, CA 94087

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