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Re: Documentation: Using Emacs-mode

From: Mats Bengtsson
Subject: Re: Documentation: Using Emacs-mode
Date: Sun, 17 Nov 2002 21:42:24 +0100
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Also, for all people installing from RPM:s, Debian packages or 
some other prepackaged form of Lilypond, the package will 
hopefully install the files in some directory that's already
included in the load-path, which makes the suggested instruction
less relevant. Probably, the people who build and install Lilypond
themselved are more used to tweaking path variables than.
I agree with Laura that there's a risk to stay with old versions
of the files if you manually install them in a personal lisp
directory instead of letting the load path point to the 
installation directory.


Quoting Laura Conrad <address@hidden>:

> >>>>> "Heikki" == Heikki Johannes Junes <address@hidden> writes:
>     Heikki> Copy lilypond-mode.el, lilypond-font-lock.el and
>     Heikki> lilypond-indent.el to ~/site-lisp/ and lilypond-init.el to
>     Heikki> ~/site-lisp/site-init.d/.
> What I did was add my CVS lilypond directory to load-path, so that
> when the .el files changed, I could use the new ones.
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