>>>> "Simon" == Simon Josefsson
Simon> I installed XEmacs using the net-installer (nice!) on Windows 2000 but
Simon> didn't select all packages, so later I wanted to download one I
Simon> forgot... But when I select anything in the Tools->Package menu I get:
Simon> Signaling: (void-variable allow-remote-paths)
Simon> package-get-locate-file("package-index.LATEST.pgp" t nil)
Simon> (let ((dflt ...)) (list (read-file-name "Load package-get database:
" ... dflt t ...)))
Simon> Trying to locate `file-remote-p' (to possibly debug it) I did C-h f
Simon> and got:
Simon> `file-remote-p' is a compiled Lisp function
Simon> -- loaded from "i:\build\xemacs\xemacs\lisp\files.elc"
Simon> (file-remote-p FILE-NAME)
Simon> Test whether FILE-NAME is looked for on a remote system.
Simon> I don't have I:... shouldn't it pickup where the runtime files are?
That's not the problem: You need `allow-remote-paths' which got moved
out the core at some point, I don't know why. It's on my list of
things to get into and fix.
Make sure you have the EFS package installed, which is where it lives
Cheers =8-} Mike
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