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Re: emacs error
Re: emacs error
Mon, 19 Jul 2004 09:55:09 -0600
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Moore, Jerry C wrote:
> What is this directory for or should it be a link to
> # emacs
> Warning: Lisp directory `/usr/local/share/emacs/21.3/leim' does not exist.
From the emacs-21.3/INSTALL file:
| 1. If you want to be able to input international characters which
| your keyboard doesn't support directly (i.e. you cannot type
| them at the shell prompt), download the leim-M.N.tar.gz
| distribution and unpack it into the same directory where you have
| unpacked the main Emacs distribution. See ADDITIONAL
| DISTRIBUTION FILES, below, for more about this.
| ADDITIONAL DISTRIBUTION FILES
| * leim-M.N.tar.gz
| The Emacs Lisp code for input methods for various international
| character scripts allows you to input characters in scripts which are
| not directly supported by your keyboard. It is distributed in a
| separate tar file because it amounts to a significant fraction of the
| size of the distribution. This tar file is called leim-M.N.tar.gz,
| with the same version number as Emacs, and it unpacks into the
| directory emacs-M.N/leim.
| You should unpack leim-M.N.tar.gz into the same directory where you
| have previously unpacked the main Emacs distribution. It fills in the
| contents of one subdirectory, which is present in the main Emacs
| distribution only in dummy form.
| Once you have unpacked the Leim tar file into the Emacs source tree,
| building and installing Emacs automatically installs the input method
| support as well. If you have built Emacs without unpacking Leim
| first, just unpack Leim, build Emacs again, and install it again.
- emacs error, Moore, Jerry C, 2004/07/16
- Re: emacs error,
Kevin Rodgers <=