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Re: Compiling org-mode for NT Emacs


From: paul.mead
Subject: Re: Compiling org-mode for NT Emacs
Date: Tue, 23 Sep 2008 05:39:06 -0700 (PDT)
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On Sep 23, 1:25 pm, Rupert Swarbrick <address@hidden> wrote:
> > Hi, I'm trying to use a later version of org-mode than the one that
> > comes with NT Emacs (because that version doesn't support columns)
>
> > I thought I'd be able to use the cygwin tools to compile this, but the
> > makefile is naturally configured for use on a *nix machine rather than
> > windows. I guess I'm probably going to need to use a compiler native
> > to windows.
>
> > Has anyone done this before? Could anyone provide or point to any
> > howto's on doing this?
>
> > Also, I'm unlikely to be able to compile directly on the machine in
> > question (work machine - loading a compiler might incur the wrath of
> > the usage policy) - is it possible to compile on another windows
> > machine and copy the files?
>
> > Currently I'm running the new version interpreted and it's pretty
> > slow...
>
> > Cheers
> > Paul
>
> I don't know what order you'd have to do them in (although it might not
> matter if you've loaded the files interpreted), but you can probably
> just go to the dir with the code in using dired and hit B on each file.
>
> I haven't got the code here, but I suspect the makefile just
> bytecompiles each of the files.
>
> Rupert
>
>  application_pgp-signature_part
> < 1KViewDownload

Rupert, thanks - that worked perfectly. I selected all the files using
'* s ' and hit B and it piled through the whole list.

Cheers
Paul


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