I guess my last message [Success] was a bit premature. While XEmacs
Pre-8 built without error and all of the tools seemed to be installed,
it won't install because it claims that the tooltalk package is
missing. But, if I run XEmacs and check, it is there!
Here is the error:
make: Leaving directory `/home/oberman/utils/xemacs-21.0-b51/man'
/usr/users/oberman/utils/xemacs-21.0-b51/src/xemacs -batch -l check-features.el
Error: This XEmacs is built with tooltalk support but
does not have a tooltalk package installed. Without the
tooltalk lisp package, Tooltalk support is broken.
make: *** [check-features] Error 1
(defvar build-error 0)
(when (featurep 'tooltalk)
(package-require 'tooltalk 1.0)
(setq build-error 1)
(message "Error: This XEmacs is built with tooltalk support but")
(message "does not have a tooltalk package installed. Without the")
(message "tooltalk lisp package, Tooltalk support is broken.")))))
Is the problem that tooltalk is no longer at 1.0, but at 1.06? Since
package-require is undocumented, I'm not sure what it is looking for.
R. Kevin Oberman, Network Engineer
Energy Sciences Network (ESnet)
Ernest O. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab)
E-mail: oberman(a)es.net Phone: +1 510 486-8634