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  • ...nobody I asked knew if there was a way to have a runtime mE on it - which is why I'm asking. On 6 Mar 2015, at 21:57, "Tom Hundt thundt@^$3 [jasspa]" wwwrote: How about... Dell Venue 8 Pro, runs Windows 8, just run the normal version of ME. -- Thomas Hundt < tom...
    Tom Hundt Mar 6
  • How about... Dell Venue 8 Pro, runs Windows 8, just run the normal version of ME. Get external Bluetooth keyboard for typing joy. On Fri, Mar 6, 2015 at 3:57 AM, velorg@^$1 [jasspa] < jasspa@^$2 > wrote: Not a jokeā€¦ now that there are quite affordable phablets & mini-tablets (say of max. iPad mini's size), I've been thinking of having one dedicated to (preferably) microEmacs...
    Tom Hundt Mar 6
  • I would LOVE to have a native mac jasspa app. It's one of the things that keeps me from switching to Macs as a primary platform. The x11 one works okay, but it's just not smooth. For example, it's seen as one window of the "x11" application, so switching between apps and open MEs means switching to x11 then switching amongst its windows. And I think copy/paste sometimes doesn't...
    Tom Hundt Feb 13
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  • You know what's going to force me to switch, eventually? Unicode. I sometimes deal with websites in things like Japanese and end up using GNU Emacs because it can handle that stuff. Lisp kills me but, sometimes there's no choice. Right now I'm taking a Korean class and wish I could type those chars in Jasspa. The other thing is Macintosh. Windows PCs are such a pain in the ass...
    Tom Hundt Sep 13, 2013
  • I don't think so. (This is annoying when viewing many Windows readme files that are saved using Notepad, which DOES have it.) You end up having to do ifill-paragraph on the whole document (or 'restyle-buffer') to read the lines. That does modify the buffer though. There is a buffer mode called "wrap" which has nothing to do with viewing; it turns on word wrapping so if you type...
    Tom Hundt Jan 17, 2012
  • org mode is a mode for GNU Emacs that supports outines, checklists, etc. http://orgmode.org/ I've played around with it and wish MicroEmacs had it. I've gone so far as to have both ME and Gnu installed just to support some to-do lists. I'm Lisp-challenged, however, and that always stops me from switching over. I think "soft wrap" means wrapping long lines by setting an editor flag...
    Tom Hundt Jul 18, 2011
  • Thanks!! On Mon, Oct 26, 2009 at 1:55 PM, Jon Green < jon@^$1 > wrote: I have just posted some Intel (x86) Apple binaries to: http://www.jasspa.com/downapple.html Many Thanks to Bruno and Steve for arranging and building the binaries, respectively. Regards Jon. ------------------------------------ __________________________________________________________________________ This is an...
    Tom Hundt Oct 28, 2009
  • I grabbed the 20091011 PPC version and it works :-) (on Intel) Thank you! -Th On Wed, Oct 21, 2009 at 1:58 AM, Jon Green < jon@^$1 > wrote: Tom Hundt wrote: > > > Jon, I use the 2006 version all the time. It's this that's complaining > that the new macro files are not compatible. (Even though they seem to > be.) From what I can tell it is a Universal binary (so, PPC + Intel in...
    Tom Hundt Oct 21, 2009
  • Jon, I use the 2006 version all the time. It's this that's complaining that the new macro files are not compatible. (Even though they seem to be.) From what I can tell it is a Universal binary (so, PPC + Intel in one). I'm pretty sure I got it off the website... (NB I'm running Intel.) Perhaps when you build it, it creates it in this form. file MicroEmacs MicroEmacs: Mach-O...
    Tom Hundt Oct 20, 2009
  • Hey would it be possible to get an Apple platform build, please? Or, if someone gives me the two-minute howto, I'll make one, but it'll take me a while. (Don't have the Apple devtools installed right now, but could get them next week or so. Or are you using gcc or something else?) Thanks, -Th -- Thomas Hundt < tom@^$1 > +1-415-867-6698
    Tom Hundt Oct 20, 2009