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On 10/06/12 17:41, Brendan Halpin wrote:
> The magic in org-mode appears to happen in org-open-at-point in
> org.el. You could try overwriting that with a copy that deals with
>> Asking on the org-mode mailing list would probably give you an
> informed answer, compared with this speculation :-)
>> In return, what's the best current phone for running Emacs and/or
Thanks Brendan, I'll have a look there.
To answer your question: Any 'phone that allows me to install emacs
and its extensions onto it without rooting or jailbreaking it *and*
that has a hardware keyboard with a real-live [CTRL] key (a [META]
would be nice too!) is one for emacs and org-mode.
So far as I see, only the N900 meets those criteria.
They're important because I want to keep my 'phone in support and
warranty: it's expensive and I don't want to lose much of what I pay
for by voiding the warranty on rebuilding or circumventing the OS; and
I'm more comfortable with a hardware keyboard for various reasons.
If anyone on the lists knows of alternatives to the N900 for the above
criteria, I'd love to know, as my 'phone is aging.
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