emacs templates + header
klarsen1 at gmail.com
Mon Jun 21 11:13:23 UTC 2010
On 06/20/2010 09:16 AM, spam.me at gmx.info wrote:
> I use Ubuntu since 8.x and use Emacs always with the same ".emacs" and just the packages from the corresponding repository.
> With Lucid, I got a problem. Usually when I create a new file "new.c, new.h" then a header with author, date etc. and include "new.h", resp., #ifndef etc. is created. But now, nothing is happed. New files are empty. Thats bad also in case of Makefiles.
> So I add (auto-insert-mode t) in my .emacs file and now I will be ask to input something or not, but no header will be set.
> How can I come back to the previous level?
> Thanks for any help.
Hi. Did you update your 8.x to Lucid or did you load lucid from
It sounds like you might be using your old .emacs on Lucid. You
need to load emacs from the repository and it will make a new .emacs for
the new software :-)
It sounds like you need to change your setup a bit based on the new
Karl F. Larsen, AKA K5DI
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