>>> In message <qyjww5mvxsa.fsf(a)metheny.enst.fr>
>>> On the subject of "Re: a new user"
>>> Sent on 27 Oct 1998 16:18:13 +0100
>>> Honorable Didier Verna <verna(a)inf.enst.fr> writes:
> Sam Steingold <sds(a)goems.com> writes:
> > >> Doesn't `xemacs -vanilla' beeps ? It beeps for me in all
> > >> xterm, console ...).
> > Yes, -vanilla does beep - so, what could have turned the beep off?
> > [Emacs beeps just fine]
> Maybe you have 'visible-bell to t.
of course not!
> > >> > 4. I get this:
> > >> >
> > >> > (1) (initialization/error) An error has occurred while loading
> > >> ~/.emacs:
> > >>
> > >> timezone belongs to the `xemacs-base' package. If you have
> > >> no packages, then you don't get it, and loading it from your
> > >> generates an error.
> > I am not mentioning it in .emacs.
> > And only `xemacs` generates the warning; "-q" and then loading .emacs
> > doesn't.
> There's more than .emacs. There's also the custom file, the options
> file if it gets loaded etc. I guess that you have some `timezone' related
> stuff in another file somewhere.
I don't use custom or options.
The problem is deeper: I repeat:
> > And only `xemacs` generates the warning; "-q" and
then loading .emacs
> > doesn't.
Sam Steingold (http://www.goems.com/~sds
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