On Fri, Apr 1, 2011 at 10:37 PM, Stephen J. Turnbull <stephen(a)xemacs.org> wrote:
Although that matters in some corporate environments, I presume your
requirements aren't quite *that* strict. Recent Fedora should have
RPMs you can use "with" RH 6 in the "extras" distribution. There
also be XEmacs in the Centos distributions, which should also work
with RH 6, and might be more compatible than Fedora, even. An
announcement of a recent package of XEmacs for Fedora is here:
There hasn't been an "extras" distribution for Fedora since Fedora 6.
The former "Core" and "Extras" repositories were merged in Fedora 7.
Since CentOS is just a repackaging of RHEL, CentOS also does not have
an XEmacs package. But the add-on repository EPEL that I referred to
in my previous message works with both, and does include an XEmacs
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