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problem using emacspeak-websearch-dispatch with eww



Good catch -- I'd recommend using   bash anyway -- I last used
tcsh in 1991 at Cornell:-)

Probably not a bad idea to set the shell specifically in
emacspeak when invoking shell commands, will   get to that att
some point.
>>>>> "prayner" == prayner  <prayner@unimelb.edu.au> writes:
    prayner> I've found part of the problem. xsltproc uses things
    prayner> like shell-command-on-region with constructed
    prayner> commands. My default shell is tcsh which parses
    prayner> those commands badly. Is it worth locally binding
    prayner> shell-file-name to a bash-style shell in the xslt
    prayner> commands to avoid this possibility? Or should I grow
    prayner> up and use a decent shell :-) regards and thanks
    prayner> Peter
    prayner> 
    prayner> 
    prayner> 
    prayner> -- Peter Rayner room 343 School of Earth Sciences,
    prayner> University of Melbourne, 3010, Vic, Australia tel:
    prayner> work: +61 (0)3 8344 9708; fax: +61 (0)3 8344 7761
    prayner> mobile +61 402 752 379, skype: petermorag mail-to:
    prayner> prayner@unimelb.edu.au google scholar profile
    prayner> <http://scholar.google.com.au/citations?user=H3up71wAAAAJ&hl=en>

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