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Re: Management C Project Files with Emacs?


From: Daniel
Subject: Re: Management C Project Files with Emacs?
Date: 28 Mar 2007 16:58:38 -0700
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On Mar 28, 2:50 pm, Peter Dyballa <address@hidden> wrote:
> Am 28.03.2007 um 22:59 schrieb Daniel:
>
> > First, the kernel compile is just for example to show for building big
> > project.
>
> What about X11R7.2? Less bleeding edge would be X11R7.1. The latter
> one takes for me a few hours - is this big enough? (Editing the
> build.sh script, or better a working copy of it, you can reduce the
> amount of X clients, libraries, and servers that get compiled.)
>
> > Second, I don't understand how I rename the buffer name, and how
> > creating a new *shell* buffer would help me out to compile.
>
>         M-x rename-buffer RET new name RET
>         M-x shell RET
>
> A new *shell* buffer would allow you to do other things in it while
> the kernel is compiled in the previous one ...
>
> --
> Greetings
>
>    Pete
>
> What's the difference between OS X and Vista?
>
> Microsoft employees are excited about OS X...

Thank you, Pete. X11R7.1 or 2 could be big project enough.
Thank you for the response, and now I could get how to rename buffer.



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