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Re: resolved: compilation issues



look at the applications list that comes  with emacspeak 

It's in the etc directory and also linked from the main emacspeak page.

>>>>> "lsmithso" == lsmithso  <lsmithso@hare.demon.co.uk> writes:
    lsmithso> Jason White writes:
    >> 
    >> Note that most of this has nothing to do with Emacspeak -
    >> one could simply say, if you're a new Emacs user who wants
    >> to be productive, read this and install these extensions
    >> according to your needs. That advice would be mostly the
    >> same, whether Emacspeak is being used or not.
    lsmithso> 
    lsmithso> But that's mot true in my case. I was a long time
    lsmithso> sighted emacs user, amd I never considered using vn
    lsmithso> or w3m. Maybe I'm an unusual case.
    lsmithso> 
    lsmithso> I agree this has nothing to do with emacspeak in
    lsmithso> particular. Its more to do with being a new blind
    lsmithso> emacs user, to whom the first bit of advice would
    lsmithso> be to install emacspeak, then w3m, then vm etc.
    lsmithso> 
    lsmithso>       
    lsmithso> 
    lsmithso> -- Les Smithson
    lsmithso> 
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Best Regards,
--raman

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