Re: Xemacs and cperl-mode
(Let's see if Debian-user will accept it this time.)
email@example.com (Karl M. Hegbloom) writes:
> >>>>> "Carl" == Carl Johnson <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Carl> I have recently been trying to edit some perl scripts using
> Carl> xemacs, so I tried using the cperl-mode instead of
> Carl> perl-mode.
> Try (require 'cperl-mode) and see if that brings it in.
That didn't work, so further investigation showed it was much more
basic. My .emacs file wasn't being executed at all because of an
error earlier in it. I had assumed that xemacs would warn me of
errors. Silly me, I thought that was why it has a 'Warnings' buffer.
Thanks for your help.
Carl Johnson email@example.com
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