emacs templates + header
klarsen1 at gmail.com
Mon Jun 21 11:38:13 UTC 2010
On 06/21/2010 05:21 AM, spam.me at gmx.info wrote:
> On Monday 21 June 2010 13:13:23 Karl Larsen wrote:
>> 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 Karl,
>> Hi. Did you update your 8.x to Lucid or did you load lucid from
>> a cd?
> New workstation --> new installation.
>> 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 :-)
> the .emacs is just the configuration file in my home directory ?! But I tried
> your hint, and deleted .emacs and .emacs.d to to get a basic .emacs. The
> problem is still the same
>> It sounds like you need to change your setup a bit based on the new
>> emacs ;-)
> yeah, I'm getting old, now I knows how it feels
>> 73 Karl
No your looking at a job setting up your new emacs. There must be a
place where they explain a setup like your old one :-)
By the way, your setup on 8.x sounds really nice. I think it must
be one that many users like :-P
Karl F. Larsen, AKA K5DI
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