Vin, see my responses below, annotated with <b.k.>
-Biswajit From: Vin Shelton <acs(a)xemacs.org>
To: Biswajit Khandai <b_khandai(a)yahoo.com>
Cc: XEmacs developers <xemacs-beta(a)xemacs.org>
Sent: Thursday, May 28, 2015 5:33 PM
Subject: Re: Innosetup binaries for 21.5.32 and later
On Thu, May 28, 2015 at 5:09 PM, Biswajit Khandai <b_khandai(a)yahoo.com> wrote:
Thanks, Vin. Here is what I find.
1. Paren-highlighting does not work in the various flavors of
OK, so please start "xemacs -vanilla" and tell xemacs-beta(a)xemacs.org
what steps are necessary to reproduce the problem. Please be sure to
describe a simple test case, including a simple file that exhibits the
problem. Often by stripping the problem down to a basic test case,
the problem will become obvious to you and/or others.
<b.k.> There are no steps necessary. Just open a piece of simplest of C-code (like
HelloWorld.cpp). Paren-highlighting does not seem to work for me with any 21.5.34
versions. Works fine with 21.5.29 versions.
Exactly where should I get the build instructions for native X86
binary ? Can these build instructions be ported to a more recent VS
the file nt/README in the source has some (slightly bit-rotted)
BTW, I just learned that "Visual Studio Community 2013" is
full-featured visual studio that is made available FREE by Microsoft
starting Nov 2014.
That's terrific. If you can build against Visual Studio Community
2013, and document the steps you take, that would be great.
I will review the information and get the necessary changes
<b.k.> I am afraid the build fail very quickly, like in a heartbeat. Will you be
able to help me frequently ? Better still, it may be possible for you to take a look at
the build instructions and make some gross-level changes to the build instructions. In any
case, you may want to have the "VS Community 2013" version installed for your
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