[OS X Emacs] emacsclient works differently than gnuclient (XEmacs)

David Reitter david.reitter at gmail.com
Wed Feb 25 21:15:43 EST 2009

On 25 Feb 2009, at 19:32, <skip at pobox.com> <skip at pobox.com> wrote:
> Here's my usage scenario.  I run Emacs on my laptop and leave it  
> running for
> days or weeks (like most serious Emacs users I suppose).  I use VM  
> to read
> my mail.  I'd like to be able to ssh into my laptop from work, fire  
> up a new
> non-gui frame using emacsclient, then run VM.  This is how I used
> XEmacs/gnuclient/VM.

Ah, XEmacs...  different story.
Like I said, Emacs 23 will support just this scenario.  A new pretest  
for the upcoming 23.1 was just released today, if you want to try it  
out.  But we warned, the Cocoa port (if you need that) is  
"experimental" w.r.t. GUI details and certain underpinnings.

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