Commit d9cce206 authored by Juanma Barranquero's avatar Juanma Barranquero
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* nt/README.W32: Fix typos.

parent 1640b452
2009-02-24 Juanma Barranquero <lekktu@gmail.com>
* nt/README.W32: Fix typos.
2009-02-23 Jason Rumney <jasonr@gnu.org>
* nt/README-ftp-server: Update for 23.0.91
* nt/README.W32: Remove ever expanding versions of
Windows. Shorten FAQ URL. Remove mention of obsolete lock
directory. Windows distribution now bin and barebin only. Add
note about SVG support. Remove old tar and gzip problem
workarounds. Use new (22.x) -Q option. Report all bugs through
bug tracker.
* nt/README.W32: Remove ever expanding versions of Windows.
Shorten FAQ URL. Remove mention of obsolete lock directory.
Windows distribution now bin and barebin only. Add note about
SVG support. Remove old tar and gzip problem workarounds.
Use new (22.x) -Q option. Report all bugs through bug tracker.
* nt/README-UNDUMP.W32: Modify for barebin distribution, as
undumped distribution no longer exists.
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Emacs comes with the following executable files in the bin directory.
+ emacs.exe - The main Emacs executable. As this is designed to run
+ emacs.exe - The main Emacs executable. As this is designed to run
as both a text-mode application (emacs -nw) and as a GUI application,
it will pop up a command prompt window if run directly from Explorer.
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without popping up a command prompt window.
+ emacsclient.exe - A command-line client program that can
communicate with a running Emacs process. See the `Emacs Server'
communicate with a running Emacs process. See the `Emacs Server'
node of the Emacs manual.
+ emacsclientw.exe - A version of emacsclient that does not open
......@@ -92,7 +92,7 @@ See the end of the file for license conditions.
the native shells in various versions of Windows.
+ ctags.exe, etags.exe - Tools for generating tag files. See the
`Tags' node of the Emacs manual.
`Tags' node of the Emacs manual.
+ ebrowse.exe - A tool for generating C++ browse information. See the
`Ebrowse' manual.
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Emacs has built in support for XBM and PPM/PGM/PBM images, and the
libXpm library is bundled, providing XPM support (required for color
toolbar icons and splash screen). Source for libXpm should be available
on the same place as you got this binary distribution from. The version
toolbar icons and splash screen). Source for libXpm should be available
on the same place as you got this binary distribution from. The version
of libXpm bundled with this version of Emacs is 3.5.7, based on x.org's
libXpm library from X11R7.3.
Emacs can also support some other image formats with appropriate
libraries. These libraries are all available as part of GTK, or from
gnuwin32.sourceforge.net. Emacs will find them if the directory they
libraries. These libraries are all available as part of GTK, or from
gnuwin32.sourceforge.net. Emacs will find them if the directory they
are installed in is on the PATH.
PNG: requires the PNG reference library 1.2 or later, which will
be named libpng13d.dll, libpng13.dll, libpng12d.dll, libpng12.dll
or libpng.dll. LibPNG requires zlib, which should come from the same
or libpng.dll. LibPNG requires zlib, which should come from the same
source as you got libpng.
JPEG: requires the Independant JPEG Group's libjpeg 6b or later,
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GIF: requires libungif or giflib 4.1 or later, which will be
called giflib4.dll, libungif4.dll or libungif.dll.
In addition, Emacs can be compiled to support SVG. This precompiled
In addition, Emacs can be compiled to support SVG. This precompiled
distribution has not been compiled that way, since the SVG library
or one or more of its extensive dependencies appear to be
unreliable under Windows. See nt/INSTALL in the src distribution if
unreliable under Windows. See nt/INSTALL in the src distribution if
you wish to compile Emacs with SVG support.
* Uninstalling Emacs
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* 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
your favorite web browser to the following document (if you haven't
already):
http://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/windows/
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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
These are particularly 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:
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reporting facility to report it (from the menu; Help -> Send Bug Report).
If you have not yet configured Emacs for mail, then when you press
C-c C-c to send the report, it will ask you to paste the text of the
report into your mail client. 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).
report into your mail client. If the bug is related to subprocesses,
also specify which shell you are using (e.g., include the values of
`shell-file-name' and `explicit-shell-file-name' in your message).
Enjoy!
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