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Re: Detecting display/frame capability in an Emacs daemon

From: Richard Stallman
Subject: Re: Detecting display/frame capability in an Emacs daemon
Date: Sun, 17 Feb 2013 18:24:20 -0500

    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 
    in this case, different fonts.

It sounds like you're synching files among your machines.  I am
unfamiliar with the things you are using but I do it with rsync.  It
would be a clear thing if that damned "cloud" didn't obscure it.

    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.

Thanks for helping out.

Dr Richard Stallman
President, Free Software Foundation
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