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Re: server-start under Windows

From: Stefan Monnier
Subject: Re: server-start under Windows
Date: Wed, 06 Nov 2002 10:55:53 -0500

> address@hidden wrote:
>   > Probably, the solution is to use a local network connection if
>   > :family 'local isn't supported.  This can be tested in lisp with
>   >
>   >      (featurep 'make-network-process '(:family  local))
>   >
>   > Maybe Stefan can help you here.
> Stephan, can you provide any assistance with this issue?  If you can give me 
> an 
> idea what needs to be changed, I would be more than willing to make the 
> change.
> Just as a reminder, the issue at hand is that I have managed to port 
> emacsclient to Windows but I cannot test it because I get the following error 
> when I call server-start
>    "Unknown address family"
> due to a failure in the built in function "make-network-process" (process.c, 
> line 2749).

I only wrote server.el which uses make-network-process.
You'll need to hack process.c like you did for emacsclient.c to make
it understand `local' connections (I assume that w32 has unix-domain
sockets of some sort).  Could you show us the patches you needed to
apply to emacsclient.c ?


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