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FW: NT emacs FAQ: Gnuserv


From: Gorjanc Gregor
Subject: FW: NT emacs FAQ: Gnuserv
Date: Wed, 17 Aug 2005 19:25:39 +0200

Hello!

I sent mail to maintainer of Emacs FAQ for Windows

<address@hidden> 

and to maintainers of Emacs FAQ

<address@hidden>

but it seems that these e-mails are dead. Bellow is mail, which tries
to clarify use of gnuserv under Windows. I hope I did not wrote something
stupid and that it may help.

With regards, Gregor

-----Original Message-----
From: Gorjanc Gregor
Sent: Fri 2005-08-12 16:33
To: address@hidden
Subject: NT emacs FAQ: Gnuserv
 
Hello!

I was reading on how to set up gnuserv with NT emacs and found FAQ at

<http://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/windows/faq3.html#assoc>,

but it was not much of a use, since forward link to 

<http://www.wyrdrune.com/index.html?gnuserv.html~main> 

is not very helplful in description of setting things up. Here I provide
a simple step by step instructions I followed under Windows XP. You can 
add them to FAQ so others can benefit from it.

1. Get emacs and check that it runs as it should. I installed it in
   'C:\Prorams\emacs\emacs'. Note that I did not used default place for
   programs, since there is a space character in it and I don't like it.

2. I usually create a desktop and a quick launch icon, which points     
   to 'C:\Programs\emacs\emacs\bin\runemacs.exe'.
   
3. Get gnuserv i.e. 

   <http://www.wyrdrune.com/Files/gnuserv.zip>. 

   I unziped it in 'C:\Programs\emacs\gnuserv'

4. Add the following code to your '.emacs' file. Note that "load" process
   can also be done in other more "emacs" alike way.

   (load "c:/Programs/emacs/gnuserv/gnuserv.el")
   (require 'gnuserv)
   (gnuserv-start)

    and optionally additional line

   (setq gnuserv-frame (selected-frame)) ;; open buffer in current frame

5. Create file associations, where application is
   'C:\Programs\emacs\gnuserv\Release\gnuclientw.exe'. 

   Additionally one can create a "Send To" entry by adding a '*.bat' file, 
   say 'sendToEmacs.bat' to 'Send To' folder under 'Documents and Settings'. 
   The content of this file should be

   C:\Programs\emacs\gnuserv\Release\gnuclientw.exe "%1".

Lep pozdrav / With regards,
    Gregor Gorjanc

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