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.gnus init file
.gnus init file
Sun, 01 Feb 2015 10:16:57 -0600
Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/24.3 (windows-nt)
I have both .emacs and .gnus in ~\ (w32 24.4) and am manually
transfering gnus stuff from .emacs to .gnus
Is there a way to have options > customize write to a
custom-set-variables paragraph in .gnus instead of in .emacs or does all
the gnus stuff set through customize have to stay in .emacs
Also is this the right place to ask about using openssl, gnutls, and
other non-Emacs apps needed to make gnus a mail reader as well as a news
I have all of this in \emacs\gnutls:
cacert.pem libgnutls-28.dll openssl.exe
certtool.exe libgnutls-openssl-27.dll psktool.exe
danetool.exe libhogweed-2-5.dll ReadMe.txt
gnutls-cli-debug.exe libiconv-2.dll regex2.dll
gnutls-cli.exe libintl-8.dll srptool.exe
gnutls-serv.exe libnettle-4-7.dll ssleay32.dll
HashInfo.txt libtasn1-6.dll zlib1.dll
libgmp-10.dll OpenSSL\ License.txt
and ssl.el in \emacs\site-lisp but the ssl.el may not be current (from
In the emacswiki I read:
There is bleeding edge support for sending/getting email through Gmail
Gnus (and not the webmail interface.) I’ve verified that this works (rather
well in fact.)
Configure your Gmail account for POP support.
This is under Settings in the gmail web interface.
Use CVS Emacs and CVS Gnus. It won’t work any other way.
;; this must be dated since its from 2006;;
Replace your installation’s “pop3.el” and “pop3.elc” with those
linked to from this page:
;; dead link;;
Configure as on the linked page.
– NOTE: you also need ssl.el, which doesn’t seem to come with the
current GNU CVS. I found it with a quick google search.
Where do I move the stuff in my \emacs\gnutls to make this promise come
- .gnus init file,
- Re: .gnus init file, Emanuel Berg, 2015/02/03
- Message not available