3-STABLE server and want to install emacs. If I do a locate, I see emacs directories, but it’s not installed.
However, even partial information is better than none. The process of getting backtraces from gdb is described in detail in How to debug an XEmacs problem with a debugger. If you cannot get a backtrace from the core dump, but can reproduce the problem, try running XEmacs under gdb. The goal is to get clean C and Lisp backtraces and submit a bug report including full configuration information as described above, as this will greatly assist in the process of tracking down the bug.
MULE has evolved rapidly over the last few years, and the original third party patch (for GNU Emacs 19), GNU Emacs 20+, and XEmacs 20+ have quite different implementations. The APIs also vary although recent versions of XEmacs have tended to converge to the GNU Emacs standard.
However, especially in modern GUI systems the habit of using bucky bits has fallen into sad disuse, and many XIM systems are poorly configured for use with Emacs. Your mileage may vary. Of course, input skills are portable across most applications. For example, the kinput2 input manager (a separate process providing an interface between Japanese dictionary servers such as Canna and Wnn, and the application) tends to gobble up keystrokes generating Meta characters. This means that to edit while using an XIM input method, you must toggle the input method off every time you want to use M-f.
(But in this situation, XEmacs is about to die anyway, and if no debugger is present, this will usefully dump core. ) This is guaranteed to kill XEmacs. 5) or setting ‘DEBUG_XEMACS’ in ‘nt/config. Then, when an error occurs noninteractively, instead of trying to invoke the Lisp debugger (which obviously won’t work), XEmacs will break out to a C debugger using (force-debugging-signal t). (As well as and after executing INT 3 under MS Windows, which should invoke a debugger if it’s active. Set the environment variable ‘XEMACSDEBUG’ (as described above) to ‘(setq debug-on-error t)’. NOTE: This runs abort(). Under Microsoft Windows (and perhaps other operating systems), there is another useful trick you can do if you have configured with debugging support (configure option ‘–debug’ (‘–with-debug’ in 21.
Underneath that directory there is another directory with a name ending in . At each level where source files are present in the source tree there will be a corresponding CMakeFiles directory in the OBJ_ROOT. The LLVM build will create a structure underneath OBJ_ROOT that matches the LLVM source tree. Dir under which you’ll find object files for each source.
The application implementor must write separate code for these mule variants. [Please don’t hesitate to report these variants to us; they are not, strictly speaking, bugs, but they give third-party developers the same kind of creepy-crawly feeling. We’ll do what we can.
These can be configured at build time. There are patches available (no URL, sorry) to support the SKK server, as well. Wnn and SJ3 use the egg user interface. Mule provides built-in interfaces to the following input methods: Wnn4, Wnn6, Canna, and SJ3. The interface for Canna is specialized to Canna.
And doubtless many more that have been overlooked. Once it is installed, start it up and do C-h t to. Emacs can be installed on FreeBSD using the editors/emacs port.
‘opt -help’ is a good way to get a list of the program transformations available in LLVM. opt reads LLVM bitcode, applies a series of LLVM to LLVM transformations (which are specified on the command line), and outputs the resultant bitcode.
This is important, as a good layout will facilitate getting things done efficiently, while a bad layout will could lead to disaster, as you can’t figure out which code is the most recent, which can be thrown away, etc. We suggest the following layout: (feel free to make changes). Next, set up your layout.
Using these options looks something like this:. 5 and above use the ‘–with-late-packages’ parameter to specify the directory under which you untarred the above tarballs. To do this with 21. If you have the packages somewhere nonstandard and don’t want to bother with ‘$prefix’ (for example, you’re a developer and are compiling the packages yourself, and want your own private copy of everything), you can also directly specify this using ‘configure’. 4 and previous you need to use ‘–package-path’.