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Aug 24, 2013 ... Gnuclient allows you to edit files using an already running Emacs or XEmacs. It is
part of XEmacs. The program EmacsClient shipped with ...
Sep 5, 2008 ... Associating Emacs with .txt and other file types. (Or: How to get rid of notepad!)
You need the gnuserv package. See GnuClient where to get a ...
Nov 24, 2014 ... You can achieve this by using gnuserv/gnuclient, eg. SVN_EDITOR=gnuclient. If
you are using Windows, make sure to specify gnuclient, not ...
Sep 5, 2008 ... Here's another DedicatedKeys example. This key kills the current buffer and ends
the GnuClient edit if appropriate. (defun my-kill () "Kill buffer, ...
Sep 5, 2008 ... Be sure to have an XEmacs already running, since gnuclient expressions are
currently processed too early in a newly started XEmacs, before ...
Mar 13, 2010 ... Change ~/.muttrc: set editor=emacsclient set pager=emacsclient. You can also
use GnuClient instead of EmacsClient, if you installed it.
Sep 5, 2008 ... To use existing instance of Emacs : First take a look at GnuClient. Add the
following key to the registry: HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT/*/shell/Open ...
If you just want to pop up a new window (Emacs frame) to edit a buffer from
various parts of the IDE, then you can use 'gnuclient' to do that: from a user's point
Now you will need to resolve some conflicts if you have GnuEmacs, GnuClient
installed as well as XEmacs. In my case, I decided to leave the Emacs version of
For Windows XP. Install GnuServ. Download and extract - GnuClient; Add this to
your InitFile (necessary because gnuclient.exe requires this initialization).