I announced package g-client
on Friday. Since then, a couple of users have reported issues
with it, all of which can be traced back to the fact that I run
Emacs-22 (CVS Emacs) by default.
My friend Leigh Klotz has
written up the issues
he ran into; Here are fixes along with explanations.
- This file contains automatically generated autoload
definitions for customization options. Emacs 22 lets one specify
the name of the generated file --- and step
config uses that to produce
g-cus-load.el. Under emacs21, the make config step
produces that file, but under the name
for now, renaming that file to
do the trick.
g relies on Emacs'
browse-url package to hand off HTML pages to the
browser of choice. Customize option
browse-url-browser-function lets you pick the
browser you want. If you like living entirely in Emacs, I
recommend emacs/W3m. Emadcs/W3 also works --- though it's harder
to get going under Emacs 21.