Re: It's Huntin' Season
Manoj Srivastava <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Then follow the common sense examp[le of the binary -- don't
> ship the .el/.elc file under /etc, ship them where other ``program''
> .el and .elc files live.
> Why is this so hard to fathom?
The problem is that to make a binary usable from the shell, you get to
install it in the user's filesystem.
To make an emacs program usable from emacs, it's not enough to just
put the .el file in the right directory, you also have to install it
into the obarray of their emacs; that is done be evaluating autoload