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Re: Different behavior on diff. CPU (Carbon Emacs)

From: Denis Bueno
Subject: Re: Different behavior on diff. CPU (Carbon Emacs)
Date: Tue, 25 Apr 2006 08:58:15 -0400
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Kevin Rodgers wrote:
Denis Bueno wrote:
Whenever I M-x compile a project on my G4 Powerbook[1], I get the correct behavior: the *compilation* buffer is syntax-highlighted & if there's an error, C-x ` will open up the buffer of the offending file, & jump to the place in the file that the compiler process claims is causing the error.

On my G5 PowerMac[2], however, *compilation* is not highlighted at all, and C-x ` doesn't work. I'm compiling with Makefiles, and this occurs when compiling C code or OCaml code.

This happens with CVS Emacs from a couple of days ago. Same .emacs in both. Same Makefile .I don't customise compilation-error-regexp-alist[-alist].

I'm not sure how even to start debugging this. I'm hoping for some pointers so that I can provide you with useful info.

Is the output in the *compilation* buffer identical on the 2 platforms?



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