[OS X Emacs] AUCTeX-XeTeX broken after switch to Carbon Emacs
david.reitter at gmail.com
Sat May 10 19:45:02 EDT 2008
On 10 May 2008, at 23:55, pdfinn at uwm.edu wrote:
> I have an Intel MacBook Pro, running Tiger 10.4.11. I cannot
> replicate the bug
> using the latest developer builds.
> I do recall however, that Aquamacs only
> crashed when the mac-toggle-full-frame command was run
Yes, but that's been fixed.
> ---the Command-Shift-Return
> command was (and still is) reported as undefined.
That's strange. When you type C-h k A-S-Return, do you also get a
message that it is undefined?
That shouldn't be. Would you please examine the appropriate keymap by
typing C-h v osx-key-mode-map RET?
You should see a line that says
(A-S-return . aquamacs-toggle-full-frame)
among many other bindings.
Thanks for your help.
> The command now works for me
> using last night's build---and the full-screen display look great,
> nice job.
With "command", you mean M-x mac-toggle-full-frame RET, right?
> GNU-Emacs-nightly installer clobbered my copy of Carbon Emacs though
> (which calls
> itself ``Emacs.'') It might be nice if the installer had an
> installation notice
> about this (at least where it planed to put things)---though
> (Carbon) Emacs really
> should have a distinct name.
Yes, that would be nice, but GNU Emacs is developed and provided as is
and the GNU project does not have another installer. As I see it, GNU
Emacs serves as basis for the distributions and is rarely used by end
> In Aquamacs, my Wanderlust MUA component and w3m are not working---
> so for now I'm
> going to stick with Carbon Emacs where they do.
They should work without problems. I know that people have installed
w3m successfully; either package would go into /Library/Application
Support/Aquamacs Emacs/... and you would need "require" statements in
your Preferences.el to load them.
If you post a description of the error you're getting, people on this
list might be able to help out.
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