>>>> "Martin" == Martin Buchholz
>>>> "Raman" == T V Raman
Raman> Raman> did a make install to put the thing in /usr/local/lib/...
Raman> However, the thing still "remembers" where it was built
Raman> --for instance
Raman> describe-variable emacs
Raman> shows that the variable is defined in /disk/local3/...
Martin> There is no variable `emacs'. You are right
Martin> that describe-variable refers to the
Martin> installation tree, but that is probably because
Martin> it was loaded from there during dump-time, so
Martin> the answer is correct in some sense.
I meant to say emacs-version
Raman> 2) functions find-function and find-function-on-key both
Raman> throws an error.
Martin> Probably the packages were not installed
Martin> properly. XEmacs packages are now unbundled.
Martin> You probably want to install the `sumo' packages
Martin> at ftp://ftp.xemacs.org/pub/xemacs/packages
Martin> After installing them, you can either make
Martin> symlinks to xemacs-packages from inside the
Martin> installed tree, or, as I do,
Martin> configure --package-path=/path/xemacs-packages
Raman> 3) when running on a tty (dont know if it is true
Raman> under X)
Raman> Go to the scratch buffer, type some text, hit C-x h
Raman> Raman> (mark-whole-buffer) and hit C-w --xemacs says "region is not
Raman> active now" or some such.
Martin> This does _not_ happen to me. You did try with
Martin> `-q', right?
well -I tried with -q --but of course with emacspeak loaded.
Dont know what emacspeak could be doing though that could
I do know for a fact that in FSF emacs emacspeak has trouble
when transient-mark-mode is active.
Martin> First, get your xemacs packages properly
Martin> installed. Then this problem may simply go
Martin> away. If it does not, I will help to fix it.