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Re: Emacspeak and XEmacs?

   Date: Tue, 26 Jan 1999 07:50:12 -0600 (EST)
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   From: Matthew Campbell <mattcamp@feist.com>
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   I have also tried to get Emacspeak working with XEmacs, also under Debian.
   I chose not to use the Debian emacspeak package, since it depends on
   emacs20 (the GNU Emacs 20 package) and is compiled for GNU Emacs.

Granted, it is compiled, but the original sources are present. So,
unless I'm missing something, that should be a non-issue. I just
copied the sources into their own subdirectory and modified my script
to use that instead, with the same results. So, that doesn't look like
the problem.

   script to start xemacs instead of emacs.  It didn't work.  In interactive
   mode, I got an error like 'Error loading thingatpt'.  I found that GNU
   Emacs has an elisp file called thingatpt, which XEmacs doesn't have.
   XEmacs probably has something equivalent uner a different name, but I
   don't have XEmacs installed now, so I can't say exactly what it is.

I never received an error about that. Hmm...


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