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From: Tyler Smith
Subject: [Bug-AUCTeX] [OT] emacs in debian (was reftex-citation wrong argument stringp nil)
Date: Sun, 10 Jun 2007 20:11:24 +0000 (UTC)
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On 2007-06-10, Ralf Angeli <address@hidden> wrote:
> * Tyler Smith (2007-06-10) writes:
>> Ok, I'm submitting my thesis in a week or so, so I'm not going to risk
>> changing my system now for something I can work around. Once I get it
>> sent off I'll take a look at updating to 4.32 and see if that solves
>> my problem. If I'm lucky Emacs22 will be in Lenny by then.
> I wouldn't count on it.  The package is not even in sid yet. (c:

This is a bit off-topic, my apologies. I was contemplating installing
emacs22 from source, but again since I'm so close to submitting my
thesis it seemed unwise to do so until I had some time to fix any
problems I created. What is the best approach to running the most
recent emacs on Debian? I assume that you developers are working with
emacs22, if not early versions of 23. If any of you are also running
Debian, do you use the Debian version of emacs, install your own, or
can you have both installed without them running into each other? I
know about the snapshot package, but that is no longer maintained, and
the old maintainer has suggested that it ought to be removed from

I'm currently working with Emacs21 on Lenny, with Auctex and ESS being
what I do 90% of my serious work with. I don't *need* to be running
22, but if there's a straightforward way to give it a spin without
breaking the packages I need for my daily work I'd be interested in



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