query - help
SHANMUGAM, ANAND G (ANAND)
anand.g.shanmugam at alcatel-lucent.com
Mon Jul 26 02:19:35 EDT 2010
Good day Stephen,
Thanks for your info,
We're using emacs21 0n solaris (workshopp6.2 , teamware ddts ), it works fine and we're using it for a long period, Now, we've decided to migrate our platform & environment to windows OS, to accomplish that we neeed a emacs version in windows which will connect to teamware environment in solaris .
Attached screenshot is for your reference ,
Do the needful.
From: Stephen J. Turnbull [mailto:stephen at xemacs.org]
Sent: Saturday, July 24, 2010 8:19 PM
To: SHANMUGAM, ANAND G (ANAND)
Cc: xemacs-services at xemacs.org
Subject: query - help
SHANMUGAM, ANAND G (ANAND) writes:
> We're using emacs on solaris and also sun Teamware environment .
> We had planned to use Xemacs on windows,
Pleased to hear it. However, questions on using XEmacs (including
installation) are best asked at or in the
comp.emacs.xemacs newsgroup. The XEmacs Services team maintains
various infrastructure services (such as the web site and mailing
lists), and only a small fraction of the people who can answer your
questions will see them if addressed to webmaster (and quite likely
your question will be answered with the stock answer: ask again on
> could you tell me the procedure to install on windows
Download an installer from http://www.xemacs.org/Download/win32/, and
execute it as usual.
If you are working in an ASCII or ISO 8859-1 environment, XEmacs 21.4
is probably a little more polished and should work. However, its
Unicode support is poor. If you need support for other encodings (not
limited to Unicode, but also including encodings like EUC for Japanese
or Chinese and KOI8 for Cyrillic scripts), then XEmacs 21.5 is
strongly recommended despite its "beta" status.
Make sure you install any needed add-on libraries. XEmacs is not big
by modern standards; I recommend that you install all available
packages in the installer (even though the default configuration has
only a fraction of them). This costs only diskspace if you don't use
them, since they are demand-loaded.
> and to use the teamware using xemacs .
I suggest that you ask Sun about their Teamware product. You can try
reposting your question about Teamware to xemacs-beta at xemacs.org, but
I don't think I've ever heard a question about Teamware before; I
don't think anybody on that list is using it.
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