[OS X Emacs] Delay opening HTML files from a shell
iliya.lefterov at gmail.com
Thu Jun 6 22:30:25 EDT 2019
You are genius!
How do you find this time...?
Do you really have an answer to the question why experienced Emacs users like Aquamacs...?
Iliya Lefterov, MD, PhD
University of Pittsburgh,
+1 412 383 6906
iliyal at pitt.edu
On 6/6/19, 10:20 PM, "MacOSX-Emacs on behalf of David Reitter" <macosx-emacs-bounces at email.esm.psu.edu on behalf of david.reitter at gmail.com> wrote:
> 1. I’m sorry I wasn’t more clear, but the replication steps you took do not relate to the problem. The issue is not about opening Aquamacs from a Terminal shell. The problem is opening an HTML file from within a process that is running from within Aquamacs. So, Aquamacs is running, I open a shell process with M-x shell, and then try to open a file. Another way to replicate is to start an ESS process (M-x R), and then ask for an HTML help file ( ?mean ) .
> BTW, although my problem was with HTML files, I can replicate Win Treese’s delay when opening a text file from within an Aquamacs shell. In fact, not only do I get this problem when TextEdit is the default reader, there is also a delay when text files are opened by default with Aquamacs!
I did try that earlier too — no replication, instant response.
The case of “?mean” also works perfectly.
> But just in case, I re-cloned the repository (a pull and rebuild generated errors), and recompiled using ./build-aquamacs. The results:
That has to do with an Emacs build problem — I’ll let them fix it. They probably already have in a newer version.
Either way, we offer pre-made nightly builds on the website.
> 3. I ran the lrregister command below, as requested, and then restarted my computer. This did not solve the problem.
I’m assuming you’re not getting this delay when opening a file from Finder, dragging/dropping onto the Aquamacs icon in the Dock, or when typing “open x.txt” from a shell in Terminal, correct?
Again, I’d ask that you try to replicate with an Aquamacs started without configuration (Help->Diagnose), although I suspect this might just open the file in the Aquamacs that is already running with configuration. In that case one would have to manually start it with “-q” from the command line or remove all config files.
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