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Re: Linux Red hat7.1, Emacspeak and w3 how?



Dear Bart,
As per Emacspek How to manual I've added to .emac file
(autoload 'w3 "w3" "Interface for w3 on Emacs." t)
which did not help me other than [No Match] if I fetch w3

below that line I added (load-library "w3")
as per your suggestions but no use
though "m-x locate-library ret w3 ret"  show me the path to w3
showing w3.el file etc.

afterwards I added the whole lot of
autoload lines (ditto) as per your suggestion
which bring a comment "wrong number of arguments"

We believe in Emacspeak and is not going to giveup
until w3 surfaces through Emacspeak and we could use www.

we apologize for making this mail too long
but I'm sure somebody will help us
though we are not sure we had provided enough information.

Sincerely,
Shaji Mathew


----- Original Message -----
From: "Bart Bunting" <bart@urnet.com.au>
To: "Shaji Mathew" <shaji@websickle.com>
Cc: <emacspeak@cs.vassar.edu>
Sent: Sunday, February 24, 2002 12:14 AM
Subject: Linux Red hat7.1, Emacspeak and w3 how?


> Shaji Mathew writes:
>  > Dear friends,
>  > We try to get Emacspeak installed on Linux Red Hat v7.1
>  > We managed Emacspeak but could not use w3.
>  > If we try from Emacspeak M-x w3-fetch we get"No match" message
>  > For this Os, w3 we could use w3 built in with Xemac  if needed
>  > but not with gnu Emac
>  > We don't want to use xemac but use gnuemac along with Emacspeak
>
> If you think that w3 is installed and on your load-path then try the
following to confirm that it is.
>
> m-x locate-library ret w3 ret
>
> if w3 is found, something like the following autoload statements in your
.emacs should do the trick:
>
> (autoload 'w3-preview-this-buffer "w3" "WWW Previewer" t)
> (autoload 'w3-follow-url-at-point "w3" "Find document at pt" t)
> (autoload 'w3 "w3" "WWW Browser" t)
> (autoload 'w3-open-local "w3" "Open local file for WWW browsing" t)
> (autoload 'w3-fetch "w3" "Open remote file for WWW browsing" t)
> (autoload 'w3-use-hotlist "w3" "Use shortcuts to view WWW docs" t)
> (autoload 'w3-show-hotlist "w3" "Use shortcuts to view WWW docs" t)
> (autoload 'w3-follow-link "w3" "Follow a hypertext link." t)
> (autoload 'w3-batch-fetch "w3" "Batch retrieval of URLs" t)
> (autoload 'url-get-url-at-point "url" "Find the url under the cursor" nil)
> (autoload 'url-file-attributes  "url" "File attributes of a URL" nil)
> (autoload 'url-popup-info "url" "Get info on a URL" t)
> (autoload 'url-retrieve   "url" "Retrieve a URL" nil)
> (autoload 'url-buffer-visiting "url" "Find buffer visiting a URL." nil)
> (autoload 'gopher-dispatch-object "gopher" "Fetch gopher dir" t)
>
> you could also just use (load-library "w3") but this would cause w3 to
> be loaded every time you start emacs, which is a little slow.  I
> prefer the first method, this way w3 is only loaded the first time you
> need it.
>
> HTH
>
> Bart


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