Has anyone seen this error message when trying to things like
compiling code, printing, or other shell type activities when using
/c: /c: No such file or directory
Thanks in advance to all who respond...
Thanks for the response...it turns out that the cause of the problem
was code I had pulled from my NT Emacs .emacs for setting up bash to work
on NT...when I removed that code, all works fine - printing, compiling,
etc., however, now I can't do M-x shell. Whenever I do, I get an
exception...I need probably to look at my path settings...thanks again
> See the appropriate entries in
> http://www.cs.washington.edu/homes/voelker/ntemacs.html for the
> ntemacs-appropriate magic -- perhaps it will help you.
> > Hello,
> > Has anyone seen this error message when trying to things like
> > compiling code, printing, or other shell type activities when using
> > XEmacs?
> > /c: /c: No such file or directory
> > Thanks in advance to all who respond...
> Ernest Friedman-Hill
> Distributed Systems Research Phone: (925) 294-2154
> Sandia National Labs FAX: (925) 294-2234
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I'm having some problems running interactive programs in a *shell*
buffer under Windows NT (I run XEmacs 21.1 -- native port, not the
cygwin one -- under Windows NT 4.0).
I tried to run both cmd.exe and bash.exe as the
'explicit-shell-file-name'. They work fine, but when I try to invoke
some interactive programs from the shell prompt, I never see their
prompt. For example, I tried to run GNUProlog, but I never see the '|
Dominique Boucher, Ph.D.
Locus Dialogue Inc.
Tel: (514) 954-3804