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Re: compiling master on MacOS 10.15 (lucid, athena, and the keys)

From: Christian Lynbech
Subject: Re: compiling master on MacOS 10.15 (lucid, athena, and the keys)
Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2021 15:21:41 +0200
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/28.0.50 (darwin)

You can use the keyboard viewer to see where the ~ character is placed.

I have set up a special keyboard to work how I want it, one option on
macos for doing is the Ukulele application https://software.sil.org/ukelele/

I do myself compile emacs for NS and finds that it works fine.

                              -- Christian

On Fri, Mar 19 2021, Uwe Brauer wrote:


I have tried several options to compile GNU emacs master on MacOS 10.15
(running fink), either 
./configure --prefix=/opt/emacs28 
./configure --prefix=/opt/emacs28 --with-x-toolkit=athena

Athena is the same as lucid.

In any case there is an important difference to the precompiled 

Emacsforosx: the ns keybinding as described in
seem not to work for me.

BTW not sure that is off topic but I have noted that the MacOS US
keyboard does not posses the ~ key at least not left to the 1 where it
find it on all the unix/linux machines I have used.

Any idea how that can be set in emacs, set input seems not the right
option for that.

Thanks and regards

Uwe Brauer 

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