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Re: W32 question - hide/show system caret

From: John covici
Subject: Re: W32 question - hide/show system caret
Date: Fri, 28 Mar 2003 04:31:16 -0500

Yup, that did it -- thanks.

I thought I'd let you know, that there is a problem with the make
files for the w32 port, they wind up with carriage returns at the
ends of some of the lines and there are no line feeds after them -- I
think they come from the *.w32-in files.  Anyway they confuse the
Microsoft nmake and it doesn't work unless you take them out.

But the cursor is still there -- that is the main thing.

on  03/28/2003 Jason Rumney(address@hidden) wrote
 > John Covici <address@hidden> writes:
 > > I am still here although behind in the list -- I can test such a
 > > thing, but I cannot compile the latest version (03/27/03), I get the
 > > following error.
 > > 
 > > ) Program Maintenance Utility   Version 6.00.8168.0
 > > Copyright (C) Microsoft Corp 1988-1998. All rights reserved.
 > > 
 > >    "d:\emacs\leim/../src/obj-spd/i386/emacs.exe" -batch --no-init-file 
 > > --no-site-file --multibyte -l 
 > > d:/emacs/leim/../lisp/international/titdic-cnv  --eval 
 > > "(batch-titdic-convert t)"  -dir quail ./CXTERM-DIC
 > > Converting all tit files in the directory d:/emacs/leim/CXTERM-DIC
 > > Converting d:/emacs/leim/CXTERM-DIC/4Corner.tit to quail-package...
 > > Invalid ENCODE: value in TIT dictionary
 > You need to check out the CXTERM-DIC directory as binary.
 > The easiest way to do this now is to go into CXTERM-DIC at the
 > command-line and do:
 >     cvs update -kb

         John Covici

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