Ar an 2u la de mi 10, scriobh Darragh :
> Hello all,
> I've setup red hat 8 and got it on the internet using the network. Now I'm
> trying to get w3 working with emacs. I unpack it use the
> ./configure --with-emacs=VARIANT followed by make make install and make
> dotemacs commands. Still when I go into emacs it doesn't work. when I type
> w3-fetch its says no match found.
Hmm. I'm a heavy XEmacs user, but I really really dislike W3. There
are some things that really didn't need to be written in Emacs Lisp,
and a web browser is one of them. Would you write one in Perl?
That said, w3-fetch in my w3.el seems to be autoloaded, so if it's
installed properly, it should load. If you do "(require 'w3)^J" in
*scratch*, what happens? Is the directory that w3.el is in part of the
result when you do "load-path^J" in *scratch*?
> There is a program there called w3m though. Is that related?
> I've had it working in xemacs first because I forgot to use the
> full line for ./configure. I know the version of emacs that was
> shipped with red hat 7.3 was not compatable with w3 version
> 4.0pre.47. There is a cvs version of w3 that I could download but
> I'm not really confidant I'de get that working either.
It seems to be an installation problem more than an incompatible
Emacs-W3 problem. If what I say here isn't any use, try the GNU Emacs
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