Commit 31098a38 authored by Andrew Innes's avatar Andrew Innes

add scripts for creating precompiled Windows distributions

parent 5ae10f4a
Emacs for Windows NT and Windows 95/98/2000
Version 21.0.104 pretest
July 16, 2001
This README file describes how to dump a bare precompiled version of GNU
Emacs for Windows NT and Windows 95/98/2000. This distribution
supplements the standard dumped precompiled distribution of Emacs, which
you can download from:
ftp://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/windows/emacs/
If you do not have the "bin" distribution, then you will need to
download it before you can use this undumped version. Also note that
you should only need to dump Emacs yourself if you want to dump Emacs
with more elisp files than are included normally, or to rebuild Emacs
after patching one of the elisp files that is preloaded.
The dumping process consists of running a bare Emacs, loading up a
number of general elisp files, and then creating a new Emacs executable
preinitialized and ready to run. In the precompiled distributions,
Emacs has already been dumped with the standard configuration.
To dump Emacs, unpack this distribution into the directory created by
unpacking the corresponding standard precompiled distribution. To
verify that you unpacked in the proper place, check to make sure that
you now have a temacs.exe file in the bin directory.
Once you have unpacked this distribution, cd into the bin directory and
run dump.bat. This will produce a new bin\emacs.exe executable for you
to use (the original one is renamed to emacs.exe.orig; this is not
overwritten if you run dump more than once).
For more information about running Emacs, read the README.W32 file that
came with the standard dumped precompiled distribution. If you have
problems with Emacs, including problems with dumping, send email to
"ntemacs-users@cs.washington.edu".
Enjoy.
Andrew Innes
(andrewi@gnu.org)
Precompiled Distributions of
Emacs for Windows NT and Windows 95/98/2000
Version 20.7
June 13, 2000
This directory contains source and precompiled distributions for GNU
Emacs on Windows NT and Windows 95/98/2000. This port is a part of
the standard GNU Emacs distribution from the Free Software Foundation;
the precompiled distributions are provided here for convenience since,
unlike Unix, the majority of Windows users do not have access to a
compiler (and, besides, do you really want to compile Emacs when you
don't have to?).
If you have access to the World Wide Web, I would recommend pointing
your favorite web browser to the following document (if you haven't
already):
http://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/windows/ntemacs.html
The above web document is a far more complete version of this README
file. If you don't have access to the Web, however, then read on.
* IMPORTANT LEGAL REMINDER
If you want to redistribute any of the precompiled distributions of
Emacs, be careful to check the implications of the GPL. For instance,
if you put the emacs-20.7-bin-i386.tar.gz file from this directory on
an Internet site, you must arrange to distribute the source files of
the SAME version (i.e. emacs-20.7-src.tar.gz).
Making a link to our copy of the source is NOT sufficient, since we
might upgrade to a new version while you are still distributing the
old binaries.
* Distributions in .tar.gz format
Emacs is distributed primarily as a set of large gzipped tar files
(*.tar.gz). Because Emacs is quite large and therefore difficult to
download over unreliable connections, it is provided in several
combinations, ranging from the complete source plus executables, to
just the minimal amount needed to run without any source, plus a
couple of optional packages. Here are the combinations (i386 in the
name indicates a tarball contains executables compiled for
Intel-compatible x86 systems):
+ Primary precompiled distribution, including lisp source:
emacs-20.7-fullbin-i386.tar.gz
+ Minimal precompiled distribution, which excludes lisp source:
emacs-20.7-bin-i386.tar.gz
You can download emacs-20.7-lisp.tar.gz to get the lisp source, if
you later decide you want it - it is useful for understanding how
packages work, and how they can best be setup or customized.
NB. If you just want to run Emacs, get one of the distributions above.
+ Bare executables, only useful if you want to get the complete source
release below, but can't compile Emacs yourself:
emacs-20.7-barebin-i386.tar.gz (requires emacs-20.7-src.tar.gz)
+ Undumped executable, only needed for rebuilding Emacs after changing
certain core lisp files:
emacs-20.7-undumped-i386.tar.gz
+ Optional package providing the Library of Emacs Input Methods for
typing non-ascii characters, notably Chinese, Japanese and Korean,
but also including European and other character sets:
emacs-20.7-leim.tar.gz
+ The complete official source for Emacs:
emacs-20.7-src.tar.gz
+ The complete official source for LEIM:
leim-20.7-src.tar.gz
* Distributions in multi-file .zip format
A second distribution in the form of multiple small .zip files is also
provided, for the benefit of people who have unreliable internet
connections, or who need to copy the distribution onto floppy disks:
em207-b*.zip
This is equivalent to getting emacs-20.7-bin-i386.tar.gz above.
The lisp source is available as em207-l*.zip.
* Distributions for non-x86 platforms
I try to make this port available for all platforms supported by
Windows (it should build on all supported Windows NT/9x platforms).
However, I do not always have access to non-x86 platforms, and so I
cannot guarantee to provide precompiled distributions for the other
platforms myself. If you find there are no binaries for your
platform, and you have access to a Microsoft compiler, then you can
download the source and compile Emacs yourself (and, if you do, please
consider contributing your executables; send me mail and we can make
arrangements for making them available on this ftp server.)
* Unpacking distributions
Programs for handling the distribution file formats can be found in
the utilities directory:
ftp://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/windows/emacs/utilities
For gzipped tar files, you will need either gunzip.exe and tar.exe
together, or djtarnt.exe. djtarnt.exe can also unpack .zip files. I
strongly urge you to use these utilities since they were the ones used
to create the distributions; the most common problem people have in
trying to get Emacs to run is due to some other utility program
corrupting the distribution while unpacking.
Open a command prompt (MSDOS) window. Decide on a directory in which
to place Emacs. Move the distribution to that directory, and then
unpack it as follows.
If you have the gzipped tar version, use gunzip to uncompress the tar
file on the fly, and pipe the output through tar with the "xvf" flags
to extract the files from the tar file:
% gunzip -c some.tar.gz | tar xvf -
You may see messages from tar about not being able to change the
modification time on directories, and from gunzip complaining about a
broken pipe. These messages are harmless and you can ignore them. On
Windows NT, unpacking tarballs this way leaves them in compressed
form, taking up less space on disk. Unfortunately, on Windows 95 and
98, a large temporary file is created, so it is better to use the
djtarnt.exe program, which performs the equivalent operation in one
step:
% djtarnt -x some.tar.gz
You may be prompted to rename or overwrite directories when using
djtarnt: simply type return to continue (this is harmless).
If you have the multi-file .zip distribution, use djtarnt to unpack
all of the .zip files:
% djtarnt -x *.zip
Once you have unpacked a precompiled distribution of Emacs, it should
have the following subdirectories:
bin etc info lisp lock site-lisp
If your utility failed to create the lock directory, then you can
simply create it by hand (it is initially empty).
* Unpacking with other tools
If you do use other utility programs to unpack the distribution, check
the following to be sure the distribution was not corrupted:
+ Be sure to disable the CR/LF translation or the executables will be
unusable. Older versions of WinZipNT would enable this translation
by default. If you are using WinZipNT, disable it. (I don't have
WinZipNT myself, and I do not know the specific commands necessary
to disable it.)
+ Check that filenames were not truncated to 8.3. For example, there
should be a file lisp/abbrevlist.el; if this has been truncated to
abbrevli.el, your distribution has been corrupted while unpacking
and Emacs will not start.
+ I've been told that some utilities (WinZip again?) don't create the
lock subdirectory. The lock subdirectory needs to be created.
+ I've also had reports that the "gnu-win32" port of tar corrupts the
executables. Use the version of tar or djtarnt in the utilities
directory instead.
If you believe you have unpacked the distributions correctly and are
still encountering problems, see the section on Further Information
below.
* Compiling from source
If you would like to compile Emacs from source, download the source
distribution, unpack it in the same manner as a precompiled
distribution, and look in the file nt/INSTALL for detailed directions.
Note, though, that you must have a Microsoft compiler to compile the
source. (Support for compiling with gcc 2.95 or later will be
available in a future release.)
* Further information
There is a web page that serves as a FAQ at:
http://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/windows/ntemacs.html
There is also a mailing list for discussing issues related to this
port of Emacs. For information about the list, send a message to
ntemacs-users-request@cs.washington.edu with the word "info" in the
*body* of the message. To subscribe to the list, send a message to
the same address with the word "subscribe" in the body of the message;
similarly, to unsubscribe from the list, send a message with the word
"unsubscribe" in the message body.
Another valuable source of information and help which should not be
overlooked is the various Usenet news groups dedicated to Emacs.
These are particuarly good for help with general issues which aren't
specific to the Windows port of Emacs. The main news groups to use
for seeking help are:
gnu.emacs.help
comp.emacs
There are also fairly regular postings and announcements of new or
updated Emacs packages on this group:
gnu.emacs.sources
You are also always welcome to send me mail directly. If you don't
hear from me immediately, however, don't worry; it sometimes takes me
a few days (or longer) to get to all of my mail regarding Emacs.
Enjoy!
Andrew Innes
(andrewi@gnu.org)
Emacs for Windows NT and Windows 95/98/2000
Version 21.0.104 pretest
July 16, 2001
This README file describes how to set up and run a precompiled version
of GNU Emacs for Windows NT and Windows 95/98/2000. This distribution
can be found on the ftp.gnu.org server and its mirrors:
ftp://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/windows/emacs/
This server contains other distributions, including the full Emacs
source distribution and the lisp source distribution, as well as older
releases of Emacs for Windows.
Answers to frequently asked questions, and further information about
this port of GNU Emacs and related software packages can be found via
http or ftp:
http://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/windows/ntemacs.html
ftp://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/windows/emacs/docs/ntemacs.html
* Preliminaries
Along with this file should be six subdirectories (bin, etc, info,
lisp, lock, site-lisp). Depending on which distribution you have
installed, the lisp subdirectory might contain both the lisp source
(*.el) and compiled lisp files (*.elc), or just the compiled lisp
files. If you don't have the lisp source files, you can obtain them
by downloading the lisp source distribution or the full source
distribution from the ftp site mentioned above.
* Setting up Emacs
To install Emacs, simply unpack all the files into a directory of your
choice, but note that you might encounter minor problems if there is a
space anywhere in the directory name. To complete the installation
process, you can optionally run the program addpm.exe in the bin
subdirectory. This will add some entries to the registry that tell
Emacs where to find its support files, and put an icon for Emacs in
the Start Menu under "Start -> Programs -> Gnu Emacs -> Emacs".
Some users have reported that the Start Menu item is not created for
them. If this happens, just create your own shortcut to runemacs.exe,
eg. by dragging it on to the desktop or the Start button.
Note that running addpm is now an optional step; Emacs is able to
locate all of its files without needing the information to be set in
the environment or the registry, although such settings will still be
obeyed if present. This is convenient for running Emacs on a machine
which disallows registry changes, or on which software should not be
installed. For instance, you can now run Emacs directly from a CD
without copying or installing anything on the machine itself.
* Starting Emacs
To run Emacs, simply select Emacs from the Start Menu, or invoke
runemacs.exe directly from Explorer or a command prompt. This will
start Emacs in its default GUI mode, ready to use. If you have never
used Emacs before, you should follow the tutorial at this point
(select Emacs Tutorial from the Help menu), since Emacs is quite
different from ordinary Windows applications in many respects.
If you want to use Emacs in tty or character mode within a command
window, you can start it by typing "emacs -nw" at the command prompt.
(Obviously, you need to ensure that the Emacs bin subdirectory is in
your PATH first, or specify the path to emacs.exe.) The -nw
(non-windowed) mode of operation is most useful if you have a telnet
server on your machine, allowing you to run Emacs remotely.
* Uninstalling Emacs
If you should need to uninstall Emacs, simply delete all the files and
subdirectories from the directory where it was unpacked (Emacs does
not install or update any files in system directories or anywhere
else). If you ran the addpm.exe program to create the registry
entries and the Start menu icon, then you can remove the registry
entries using regedit. All of the settings are written under the
Software\GNU\Emacs key in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, or if you didn't have
administrator privileges, the same key in HKEY_CURRENT_USER. Just
delete the Software\GNU\Emacs key.
The Start menu entry can be removed by right-clicking on the Task bar
and selecting Properties, then using the Remove option on the Start
Menu Programs page. (If you installed under an account with
administrator privileges, then you need to click the Advanced button
and look for the Gnu Emacs menu item under All Users.)
* Troubleshooting
Unpacking the distributions
If you encounter trouble trying to run Emacs, there are a number of
possible causes. If you didn't use the versions of tar and gunzip (or
djtarnt) on the above ftp site, it is possible that the distribution
became corrupted while it was being unpacked. Check the following for
indications that the distribution was not corrupted:
* Be sure to disable the CR/LF translation or the executables will
be unusable. Older versions of WinZipNT would enable this
translation by default. If you are using WinZipNT, disable it.
(I don't have WinZipNT myself, and I do not know the specific
commands necessary to disable it.)
* Check that filenames were not truncated to 8.3. For example,
there should be a file lisp\abbrevlist.elc; if this has been
truncated to abbrevli.elc, your distribution has been corrupted
while unpacking and Emacs will not start.
* Users have said that some utilities (WinZip again?) don't create
the lock subdirectory. You can create the lock directory by hand
(it is normally empty).
* Users have also reported that the gnu-win32 tar corrupts the
executables. Use the version of tar or djtarnt on the ftp.gnu.org
site instead.
If you believe you have unpacked the distributions correctly and are
still encountering problems, see the section on Further Information
below.
Virus scanners
Some virus scanners interfere with Emacs' use of subprocesses. If you
are unable to use subprocesses and you use Dr. Solomon's WinGuard or
McAfee's Vshield, turn off "Scan all files" (WinGuard) or "boot sector
scanning" (McAfee exclusion properties).
* Further information
If you have access to the World Wide Web, I would recommend pointing
your favorite web browser to following the document (if you haven't
already):
http://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/windows/ntemacs.html
This document serves as an FAQ and a source for further information
about the Windows port and related software packages.
In addition to the FAQ, there is a mailing list for discussing issues
related to the Windows port of Emacs. The name of the list is
"ntemacs-users@cs.washington.edu". For information about the list,
send a message to "ntemacs-users-request@cs.washington.edu" with the
word "info" in the body of the message. To subscribe to the list,
send a message to the same address with the word "subscribe" in the
body of the message; similarly, to unsubscribe from the list, send a
message with the word "unsubscribe" in the message body.
Another valuable source of information and help which should not be
overlooked is the various Usenet news groups dedicated to Emacs.
These are particuarly good for help with general issues which aren't
specific to the Windows port of Emacs. The main news groups to use
for seeking help are:
gnu.emacs.help
comp.emacs
There are also fairly regular postings and announcements of new or
updated Emacs packages on this group:
gnu.emacs.sources
* Reporting bugs
If you encounter a bug in this port of Emacs, we would like to hear
about it. First check the FAQ on the web page above to see if the bug
is already known and if there are any workarounds. Then check whether
the bug has something to do with code in your .emacs file, e.g. by
invoking Emacs with the "-q --no-site-file" options.
If you decide that it is a bug in Emacs that might be specific to the
Windows port, send a message to the ntemacs-users@cs.washington.edu
mailing list describing the bug, the version of Emacs that you are
using, and the operating system that you are running on (Windows NT,
2000, 95 or 98 including service pack level if known). If the bug is
related to subprocesses, also specify which shell you are using (e.g.,
include the values of `shell-file-name' and `shell-explicit-file-name'
in your message).
If you think the bug is not specific to the Windows port of Emacs,
then it is better to mail the bug report to bug-gnu-emacs@gnu.org so
that it will be seen by the right people. If Emacs has been set up to
send mail, you can use the command M-x report-emacs-bug to create and
send the bug report, but in some cases there is a function to report
bugs in a specific package; e.g. M-x gnus-bug for Gnus, M-x
c-submit-bug-report for C/C++/Java mode, etc.
Enjoy.
Andrew Innes
(andrewi@gnu.org)
@echo off
rem Run temacs.exe to recreate the dumped emacs.exe.
rem This is only likely to be useful on systems where the prebuilt
rem emacs.exe crashes on startup.
rem First save original emacs.exe if present
if exist emacs.exe.orig goto dump
echo Saving original emacs.exe as emacs.exe.orig
ren emacs.exe emacs.exe.orig
:dump
rem Overwrites emacs.exe if still present
mkdir ..\lib-src
copy fns* ..\lib-src
mkdir obj
mkdir obj\i386
mkdir obj\etc
copy ..\etc\DOC* obj\etc
copy temacs.exe obj\i386
obj\i386\temacs -batch -l loadup dump
copy obj\i386\emacs.exe .
@echo off
set TAR=wtar
rem Make a copy of current Emacs source
if (%3) == () goto usage
if not (%4) == () goto %4
if not (%4) == (src) goto :lisp
:src
echo Create full source distribution, excluding leim
%TAR% --exclude leim --exclude _marker --exclude DOC --exclude DOC-X --exclude TAGS --exclude bin --exclude obj --exclude obj-spd --exclude oo --exclude oo-spd --exclude *~ --exclude *.rej -cvf - emacs-%1 | gzip -9 > %2-src.tar.gz
if not (%4) == () goto end
:lisp
echo Create limited elisp source distribution
%TAR% --exclude *.rej --exclude *.elc --exclude *~ -cvf - emacs-%1/lisp | gzip -9 > %2-lisp.tar.gz
if not (%4) == () goto end
:bin
set eld=emacs-%1/lisp
rem Keep this list in sync with the DONTCOMPILE list in lisp/Makefile.in
set elfiles=%eld%/cus-load.el %eld%/cus-start.el %eld%/emacs-lisp/cl-specs.el %eld%/eshell/esh-maint.el %eld%/eshell/esh-groups.el %eld%/finder-inf.el %eld%/forms-d2.el %eld%/forms-pass.el %eld%/generic-x.el %eld%/international/latin-1.el %eld%/international/latin-2.el %eld%/international/latin-3.el %eld%/international/latin-4.el %eld%/international/latin-5.el %eld%/international/latin-8.el %eld%/international/latin-9.el %eld%/international/mule-conf.el %eld%/loaddefs.el %eld%/loadup.el %eld%/mail/blessmail.el %eld%/patcomp.el %eld%/paths.el %eld%/play/bruce.el %eld%/subdirs.el %eld%/term/internal.el %eld%/term/AT386.el %eld%/term/apollo.el %eld%/term/bobcat.el %eld%/term/iris-ansi.el %eld%/term/keyswap.el %eld%/term/linux.el %eld%/term/lk201.el %eld%/term/news.el %eld%/term/vt102.el %eld%/term/vt125.el %eld%/term/vt200.el %eld%/term/vt201.el %eld%/term/vt220.el %eld%/term/vt240.el %eld%/term/vt300.el %eld%/term/vt320.el %eld%/term/vt400.el %eld%/term/vt420.el %eld%/term/wyse50.el %eld%/term/xterm.el %eld%/version.el
rem set term_elfiles=%eld%/term/AT386.el %eld%/term/apollo.el %eld%/term/bg-mouse.el %eld%/term/bobcat.el %eld%/term/internal.el %eld%/term/iris-ansi.el %eld%/term/keyswap.el %eld%/term/linux.el %eld%/term/lk201.el %eld%/term/news.el %eld%/term/pc-win.el %eld%/term/sun-mouse.el %eld%/term/sun.el %eld%/term/sup-mouse.el %eld%/term/tvi970.el %eld%/term/vt100.el %eld%/term/vt102.el %eld%/term/vt125.el %eld%/term/vt200.el %eld%/term/vt201.el %eld%/term/vt220.el %eld%/term/vt240.el %eld%/term/vt300.el %eld%/term/vt320.el %eld%/term/vt400.el %eld%/term/vt420.el %eld%/term/w32-win.el %eld%/term/wyse50.el %eld%/term/x-win.el %eld%/term/xterm.el
rem set elcfiles=%eld%/*.elc %eld%/emacs-lisp/*.elc %eld%/emulation/*.elc %eld%/gnus/*.elc %eld%/international/*.elc %eld%/language/*.elc %eld%/mail/*.elc %eld%/play/*.elc %eld%/progmodes/*.elc %eld%/term/*.elc %eld%/textmodes/*.elc
set fns_el=
for %%f in (emacs-%1/bin/fns*) do set fns_el=%fns_el% emacs-%1/bin/%%f
echo Create bin distribution
copy %3\README.W32 emacs-%1\README.W32
rem %TAR% --exclude temacs.exe --exclude emacs.mdp --exclude *.pdb
rem --exclude *.opt --exclude *.el --exclude *~ -cvf - emacs-%1/BUGS
rem emacs-%1/GETTING.GNU.SOFTWARE emacs-%1/README emacs-%1/README.W32
rem emacs-%1/bin %fns_el% emacs-%1/etc emacs-%1/info emacs-%1/lisp %elfiles%
rem %term_elfiles% emacs-%1/lock emacs-%1/site-lisp -cvf - | gzip -9 > %2-bin-i386.tar.gz
del #files#
for %%f in (emacs-%1/BUGS emacs-%1/GETTING.GNU.SOFTWARE emacs-%1/README emacs-%1/README.W32) do echo %%f>>#files#
for %%f in (emacs-%1/bin/fns*) do echo emacs-%1/bin/%%f>>#files#
for %%f in (emacs-%1/bin emacs-%1/etc emacs-%1/info emacs-%1/lisp %elfiles%) do echo %%f>>#files#
for %%f in (%eld%/term/*.el) do echo %eld%/term/%%f>>#files#
for %%f in (emacs-%1/lock emacs-%1/site-lisp) do echo %%f>>#files#
%TAR% --exclude temacs.exe --exclude emacs.mdp --exclude *.pdb --exclude *.opt --exclude *.el --exclude *~ -T #files# -cvf - | gzip -9 > %2-bin-i386.tar.gz
del emacs-%1\README.W32
del #files#
if not (%4) == () goto end
:fullbin
echo Create full bin distribution
copy %3\README.W32 emacs-%1\README.W32
%TAR% --exclude temacs.exe --exclude emacs.mdp --exclude *.pdb --exclude *.opt --exclude *~ -cvf - emacs-%1/BUGS emacs-%1/GETTING.GNU.SOFTWARE emacs-%1/README emacs-%1/README.W32 emacs-%1/bin emacs-%1/etc emacs-%1/info emacs-%1/lisp emacs-%1/lock emacs-%1/site-lisp | gzip -9 > %2-fullbin-i386.tar.gz
del emacs-%1\README.W32
if not (%4) == () goto end
:leim
echo Create archive with precompiled leim files
%TAR% -cvf - emacs-%1/leim/leim-list.el emacs-%1/leim/quail emacs-%1/leim/ja-dic | gzip -9 > %2-leim.tar.gz
if not (%4) == () goto end
:undumped
echo Create archive with extra files needed for redumping emacs
copy %3\README-UNDUMP.W32 emacs-%1\README-UNDUMP.W32
copy %3\dump.bat emacs-%1\bin
if exist emacs-%1\src\obj-spd\i386\temacs.exe copy emacs-%1\src\obj-spd\i386\temacs.exe emacs-%1\bin
if exist emacs-%1\src\oo-spd\i386\temacs.exe copy emacs-%1\src\oo-spd\i386\temacs.exe emacs-%1\bin
%TAR% -cvf - emacs-%1/README-UNDUMP.W32 emacs-%1/bin/dump.bat emacs-%1/bin/temacs.exe | gzip -9 > %2-undumped-i386.tar.gz
del emacs-%1\bin\temacs.exe
del emacs-%1\bin\dump.bat
del emacs-%1\README-UNDUMP.W32
if not (%4) == () goto end
:barebin
echo Create archive with just the basic binaries and generated files
echo (the user needs to unpack the full source distribution for
echo everything else)
copy %3\README.W32 emacs-%1\README.W32
%TAR% -cvf - emacs-%1/README.W32 emacs-%1/bin emacs-%1/etc/DOC emacs-%1/etc/DOC-X | gzip -9 > %2-barebin-i386.tar.gz
del emacs-%1\README.W32
if not (%4) == () goto end
goto end
rem Only do this if explicitly requested
:zipfiles
echo Create zip files for bin and lisp archives
mkdir distrib
cd distrib
gunzip -c ..\%2-bin-i386.tar.gz | %TAR% xf -
zip -rp9 em%5_bin %2
rm -rf %2
zipsplit -n 1400000 -b .. em%5_bin.zip
del em%5_bin.zip
gunzip -c ..\%2-lisp.tar.gz | %TAR% xf -
zip -rp9 em%5_lis %2
rm -rf %2
zipsplit -n 1400000 -b .. em%5_lis.zip
del em%5_lis.zip
cd ..
goto end
:usage
echo Generate source and binary distributions of emacs.
echo Usage: %0 emacs-version dist-basename distfiles [lisp,bin,undumped,barebin]
echo (e.g., %0 19.34 emacs-19.34.5 d:\andrewi\distfiles)
echo Or: %0 emacs-version dist-basename distfiles "zipfiles" short-version
echo (e.g., %0 20.6 emacs-20.6 d:\andrewi\distfiles zipfiles 206)
:end
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