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Re:Re: where does emacs's lisp files located ?


From: horse_rivers
Subject: Re:Re: where does emacs's lisp files located ?
Date: Wed, 17 Oct 2012 10:25:53 +0800 (CST)

oh,yeah,I  get  that,

what is the relationship between  *.el  files in  emacs  source doc  and  the 
installed  *.el  files  which are  located  at  /usr/share/   directory?

       
thank you!

At 2012-10-17 10:19:59,"Óscar Fuentes" <address@hidden> wrote:
>horse_rivers <address@hidden> writes:
>
>>   I have  installed  my emacs  successfully  ,but I can not  find  its
>>  lisp  files  which implement  emacs's  function.
>>
>>   can you tell me?
>
>Suppose you want to see the code for function find-file. Then type:
>
>C-h f find-file [ENTER]
>
>A window will appear with the documentation for find-file. The first
>line on that window is:
>
>find-file is an interactive compiled Lisp function in `files.el'.
>
>The text `files.el' is an hyperlink. Click on it or move the cursor on
>top of it and press [ENTER] and Emacs will show the file where find-file
>is implemented. For me it is
>
>/usr/local/share/emacs/24.1.50/lisp/files.el.gz
>
>but it varies depending on version, operative system and method of
>installation. The file.el.gz is compressed with gzip (to save disk
>space, apparently) but Emacs shows it decompressed for you.
>
>



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