[OS X Emacs] New command line tool: emacs
M. Erik Husby
mhusby at broadinstitute.org
Tue Jun 21 13:09:39 EDT 2016
When you install the Aquamacs command line tool, you get the command
"aquamacs" not "emacs". Then if you wish you can define emacs as an alias.
On Tue, Jun 21, 2016 at 12:57 PM Pete Siemsen <siemsen at ucar.edu> wrote:
> I did this with no luck. It didn't install a /usr/local/bin/emacs. When I
> do "emacs" it runs the old /usr/bin/emacs.
> I think I have the newest Aquamacs, but I can't tell. I downloaded the
> nightly, and it made me do the "unknown developer" dance, but
> aquamacs-version remained "3.3" before and after, and aquamacs-version-id
> remained "308" before and after.
> I did "Install Command Line Tools" from the Tools menu. I did that when
> su'd, so it should've been able to write to /usr/local/bin.
> Shouldn't I see a /usr/local/bin/emacs?
> -- Pete
> On Mon, Jun 20, 2016 at 9:01 PM, David Reitter <david.reitter at gmail.com>
>> On Jun 21, 2016, at 12:59 AM, Arthur Ogus <ogus at math.berkeley.edu> wrote:
>> > Won’t this conflict with the usual “emacs” command which already works
>> in the terminal?
>> It replaces it by shadowing the /usr/bin command from /usr/local/bin.
>> Apple hasn’t updated this emacs in years - it’s still Emacs 22 that they
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