I have Xemacs-21.1.14 and some directories left over from a removed installation of emacs. I downloaded doxymacs 1.5.0 and configured/made/installed as per instructions with no problems.
It installed the lisp files in:
When I ran xemacs it couldn't seem to find doxymacs. No Options->Customize->Emacs->Programming-Tools->Doxymacs
and nothing with Alt-x. I tried adding
(setq load-path (cons "/usr/share/emacs/site-list" load-path))
to my .emacs but it seemed to make things worse.
Is there some trick to installing doxymacs when you only have Xemacs installed and not emacs. The thing is, I usually add things to my Xemacs using the package management so this is all a bit new to me.
Thanks for any help.
You can pass various options to "configure" for XEmacs only install.
Try ./configure --help, and pay particular attention to the EMACS env. variable and --with-lispdir.
Lemme know if that helps or not.
In a word, no.
I have to admit I am no xemacs admin/developer. The problem seemed to me that xemacs (I have 21.1.14) adds functionality via packages, so how does one add functionality with some non-packaged lisp (I had a look at how one creates xemacs packages and I really haven't got time for that). I couldn't find one piece of information that described how to do this but after reading lots of stuff on the xemacs.org website I have managed to cobble something together that works.
The best guess as to where to put non-packaged lisp which wasn't official xemacs was:
So I put doxymacs.el(c) and xml-parse.el(c) there (normally non-official xemacs packages would go in subdirectories in this directory). Unfortunately, xemacs did not automatically load these files. I had to use meta-x: load-library: doxymacs, but at least xemacs found the files! To have it loaded automatically for all users I created a file:
and put in it:
Now I have the functionality when I start xemacs including Options->Customize->Emacs->Programming->Tools->Doxymacs. If there are any xemacs admin/developers out there who can tell me if I have done anything wrong please let me know. Please don't tell me I should have created a package, I already know that.
PS. I forgot to ask. Given what is in your INSTALL instructions I was wondering what the difference between
I also have the same problem. I am using the GNU emacs provided by emacs Ubuntu package. I achieved installing things in /usr/local/share/emacs/site-lisp/ by doing:
./configure -with-lispdir /usr/share/emacs/site-lisp && make && sudo make install
But it doesn't load at the beginning, I tryed via M-x load-library and doxymacs, but doesn't show up. I also tried by loading all the rest but they don't show up.
Help is welcome.
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