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Mac OS X Tiger and Emacs

Stefan Tilkov,

I used to use the Carbonized Emacs successfully with Panther; under Tiger, none of the default binaries work. Recompiling the latest version from CVS (with CVSROOT=:ext:[email protected]:/cvsroot/emacs), using the make-package utility in the mac directory, fixes the problem.

E-mail me if you need a binary.

Update: By now, you can get reportedly get binaries from or

On May 5, 2005 6:19 AM, lasse said:

Which compiler did you use? I used gcc-4.0 (i.e. the Tiger default compiler) and that generated an that doesn’t run.

On May 19, 2005 1:50 PM, Stefan Tilkov said:

I used the default compiler. BTW: 10.4.1 breaks it again, so I had to recompile. I’ll try to post build instructions later today …