I mean, did you try
temacs -batch -l loadup.el run-temacs?
Fabrice Popineau wrote:
* Ben Wing <ben(a)666.com> writes:
> Have you tried using run-temacs? Fabrice Popineau wrote:
I have succeded in running temacs under BoundsChecker and dumping
xemacs from there. Some strange things have been reported (I can be
more precise if needed) about some memory blocks overwritten. However,
emacs is doing clever things and it may happen that BoundsChecker be
The most annoying problem is that it is almost impossible to run
xemacs from BoundsChecker : the program is instrumended at ath win32
api level while running and is far too slow. I might try it on a
faster machine in a few days, but this is a serious problem. It is a
pity because BoundsChecker has proven ti be very useful in tracking
resources leaks in the past.
All this has been triggered by Adrian Aichner telling me that
something like 'M-x compile' then 'dir' will result in a leak of 2
handles (xemacs 21.2beta24, native win32).
Any hint / suggestion /comment welcome,
In order to save my hands, I am cutting back on my responses, especially
to XEmacs-related mail. You _will_ get a response, but please be patient.
If you need an immediate response and it is not apparent in your message,
please say so. Thanks for your understanding.