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bug#21873: closed (Re: bug#21873: Issue on emacs --daemon with View comm

From: Santiago Saavedra
Subject: bug#21873: closed (Re: bug#21873: Issue on emacs --daemon with View command)
Date: Thu, 12 Nov 2015 10:00:47 +0100

> thanks for the patch, I applied it with minor changes (XEmacs doesn't
> have `display-graphic-p', I kept the old test).

Alright, but there is a problem with the current test. Because getenv
searches in process-environment by default, if Emacs is run with
--daemon from outside the user's X scope, it will stay false (as
intended), but if it is run from an X screen, and then an emacsclient
is spawned via, e.g., an ssh (-x) connection it will show up evince on
the server. So getenv should receive the current frame as an extra

That may just be corrected by (getenv "DISPLAY" (selected-frame)).

Thanks for including the patch anyway.

I've uploaded my repo to contain such additional patch.

Here it is: 


> 2015-11-10 17:46 GMT+01:00 Santiago Saavedra <address@hidden>:
>> Sorry, I changed the commit, because there was a bug in the
>> implementation. Here is the updated request.
>> The following changes since commit 0c9b98aeeeb612c04824140627cb5e86a763dcf9:
>>   Fix compatibility with XEmacs in tex-info.el (2015-11-09 22:45:20 +0100)
>> are available in the git repository at:
>>   https://github.com/ssaavedra/auctex.git
>> for you to fetch changes up to 1a79e7ef99c2934e0cb9b1ab66098727e3833540:
> For the future, a real patch is easier to handle, at least a direct
> link to the patch[1].

Alright, I just pasted you the output of git request-pull, I wasn't
sure on how was the best way for you :-)

> Luckily it was a minor change and mainly a reorganization of existing
> code, but should you want to send further patches you would need to
> assign the copyright to FSF in order for them to be installed in
> AUCTeX ;-)

I have no problem assigning the copyright of AUCTeX contributions to
FSF, so please tell me in this regard what would I need to do. But any
of these patches are small enough, I think.


Santiago Saavedra

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