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Re: [Orgmode] Why not emacs -Q for byte-compiling org-mode in the Makefi
Re: [Orgmode] Why not emacs -Q for byte-compiling org-mode in the Makefile
Tue, 5 May 2009 10:29:07 +0200
I am using -no-site-file instead of --no-site-file, this seems to
with different Emacsen..
On May 4, 2009, at 5:36 PM, Tassilo Horn wrote:
David Bremner <address@hidden> writes:
is there a specific reason that the Makefile uses emacs -q and not
emacs -Q for byte-compiling org-mode?
this is a good idea, but -Q is not understood by XEmacs, and I am
even sure about Emacs 22.
at least for Emacs 22, it works. XEmacs apparently has
"-no-site-file" as equivalent to "--no-site-init", so it would be
possible to do something similar.
Yeah, -Q is equivalent to -q --no-site-file, so the latter could be
and still we're compatible with emacs 22/23 & xemacs.
"Emacs is not a development tool but a way of life."
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