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Re: Detecting display/frame capability in an Emacs daemon

From: Michael Mauger
Subject: Re: Detecting display/frame capability in an Emacs daemon
Date: Sat, 16 Feb 2013 16:23:16 -0800 (PST)

> From: Richard Stallman <address@hidden>
>Cc: address@hidden 
>Sent: Saturday, February 16, 2013 9:07 AM
>Subject: Re: Detecting display/frame capability in an Emacs daemon
>    I have a cloud based Emacs initialization file 
>I have no idea what that means -- it is because the term "cloud" is so
>nebulous.  "Cloud computing" is used to refer to many different scenarios
>which shouldn't be lumped together.
>When someone says "cloud", typically he means one of these many
>scenarios.  Often I can guess which scenario he means, but this time I
>can't guess.
>What are you actually doing?
>Dr Richard Stallman

I apologize for the lack or clarity.  I have a website hosted on a VM on my 
personal machine.  The site is powered by ownCloud and made available 
on the broader tubes with pagekite.  ownCloud provides a client tool that
replicates my GNU Emacs, shell and database configurations among my 
personal machines and work machines.  So essentially I am using the 
exact same initialization files on multiple machines with different OS's and,
in this case, different fonts.

In the meantime, I have come up with a working solution to my problem, 
but I may have encountered a serious bug.  I'm working to reduce it to a
repeatable recipe, but I had the Emacs trunk crash on me multiple times.
Bug report in progress.

-- Michael


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