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Re: resolved: compilation issues



which is what applications.html (generated from applications.xml
in emacspeak/etc is)

>>>>> "Jason" == Jason White <jason@jasonjgw.net> writes:
    Jason> lsmithso@hare.demon.co.uk <lsmithso@hare.demon.co.uk>
    Jason> wrote:
    >> But that's mot true in my case. I was a long time sighted
    >> emacs user, amd I never considered using vn or w3m. Maybe
    >> I'm an unusual case.
    Jason> 
    Jason> perhaps.
    >> 
    >> I agree this has nothing to do with emacspeak in
    >> particular. Its more to do with being a new blind emacs
    >> user, to whom the first bit of advice would be to install
    >> emacspeak, then w3m, then vm etc.
    Jason> 
    Jason> Yes, or Notmuch, or emacs W3, or whatever you choose.
    Jason> 
    Jason> A page listing the Emacs extensions supported by
    Jason> Emacspeak should be helpful to new users - perhaps a
    Jason> table with the name and a brief description, with
    Jason> links, of course.
    Jason> 
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--raman

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