Also, if you are not adverse to building from source, the GNU sources
support a carbon-based Emacs as well. I have been using that one with
good results and I much prefer it to either the Aqua or the X11 version
on my powerbook G4.
John Francini wrote:
Yes, the one that ships with Tiger is terminal-only. You either need an
X11-based Emacs, or, if you don't want to have to run X11 just for
Emacs, get a hold of AquaMacs, which is Aqua-native.
I've installed the X11 and X11 SDK packages and have not
modified any environment setting files yet.
When I read the man page for emacs on this machine, it
seems to say it is a version that recognizes X11 running
and takes advantage of that. However it only seems to run
a terminal version when I execute the emacs command from
an X11 xterm session.
Am I missing some environment variable this emacs needs,
or does the iMac standard distribution only come with a
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