Re: emacs and .Xdefaults
>>>>> "Kirk" == Kirk Hilliard <email@example.com> writes:
Kirk> I just made a new installation of bo, and emacs no longer seems to
Kirk> read my ~/.Xdefaults file like it used to in rex.
Shouldn't it be called ~/.Xresources ?
Personally I have the two filenames symbolic linked together, because
some X installations I use seem to like one and some like the other.
Debian seems to only use .Xresources.
I have seen some installations of X that distinguish between the two
names, along the lines of ~/.Xdefaults will completely override the
system wide xrdb settings whereas ~/.Xresources will be merged with
the system ones. (Or was it the other way around?)
Gilbert Laycock email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Maths and Computer Science, http://www.mcs.le.ac.uk/~glaycock
Leicester University phone: (+44) 116 252 3902
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