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Re: Environmental Variables
- To: Jonathan Fosburgh <syjef at mail dot mdanderson dot org>
- Subject: Re: Environmental Variables
- From: Todd Goodman <tsg at bonedaddy dot net>
- Date: Thu, 5 Oct 2000 17:33:00 -0400
- Cc: drobinow at dayton dot adroit dot com, jordan at coe dot utah dot edu, cygwin at sources dot redhat dot com
- References: <80575AFA5F0DD31197CE00805F650D7602CDBC@wilber.adroit.com> <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Just use --with-msw on the configure command line. You might also need
--without-x11 if your X libs are around where configure can find them.
* Jonathan Fosburgh <email@example.com> [001005 17:05]:
> * Robinow, David <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > [1 <text/plain; iso-8859-1 (7bit)>]
> > [2 <text/html; iso-8859-1 (7bit)>]
> >> XEmacs builds OOTB. I'm not sure what to do if you are not using X
> >> though.
> > The X in XEmacs has nothing to do with the X Window system.
> > XEmacs builds OOTB with or without X libraries.
> What I meant was I do not know how to get the Windows GUI. I have a
> packaged XEmacs installed that doesn't use X and right of hand I do
> not know how they do it. Obviously, it can run in the terminal,
> although I do not care to know how that looks on a DOS terminal. The
> standard XEmacs build, though, looks for X and tries to build support
> for it.
> Jonathan Fosburgh
> Open Systems
> Communications and Computer Services
> UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
> Houston, TX
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