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Re: Cygwin environment for w3m
- From: Uday S Reddy <u.s.reddy@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 19 Nov 2012 07:40:40 +0000
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Greetings, Katsumi-san! It has been a long time since we have seen you on
the VM forum!
> Thanks for the info. But in my Emacs built on Cygwin, I've
> never seen the value of system-type is windows-nt; that is just
> cygwin. So, I've never had a chance the env var CYGWIN is set
> (actually CYGWIN is not set in my xterm).
Yes, Cygwin Emacs will regard cygwin as its system-type. Windows Emacs
regards windows-nt as its system-type. We can still run Cygwin processes
from inside Windows Emacs, obviously.
> You can change the value of w3m-command-environment as you like
> since it is a user option that only provides a default value,
> but it's good to change emacs-w3m so as to provide a valid one,
> not an obsolete one, as the default. Could you let us know what
> is the best way to change this?
> (defcustom w3m-command-environment
> (if (eq system-type 'windows-nt)
> (cons "CYGWIN" "binmode tty"))
The minimal change would be just:
(if (eq system-type 'windows-nt)
(cons "CYGWIN" "binmode"))
I presume that "binmode" is there for a good reason. So, no need to modify