"Symbol's function definition is void: define-program-kanji-code" and abort.How can I fix this?
Atsushi Furuta <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
define-program-kanji-code is specific to Nemacs, so you have to modify it to make such functions run on Mule. define-program-coding-system is the counterpart in Mule. For example,
(define-program-kanji-code nil ".*inc.*" 2)
should be replaced by
(define-program-coding-system nil ".*inc.*" *junet*)
Many functions called "kanji-code-xxx" are changed to "coding-system-xxx" in Mule. A variable "kanji-flag" is renamed to "mc-flag" in Mule.
Fortunately, a package has been written to make Nemacs oriented codes work in Mule. Ken'ichi Handa <email@example.com> writes:
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Kenichi Handa) Newsgroups: fj.editor.mule,fj.editor.emacs Subject: nemacs -> mule Message-ID: <HANDA.93Oct15215300@etlken.etl.go.jp> Date: 15 Oct 93 21:53:00 GMT With the help of members of our mailing list, I have written a simple package which makes the shift from Nemacs to Mule easy. First, install the two elisp file below in your load-path. Then
modify your .emacs as follows. Your configuration for Mule will be the same as that of your Nemacs: (load-library "nemacs-pre") ... your original .emacs comes here ... (load-library "nemacs-post") The above modification, of course, does not harm the usage of Nemacs. This package is not yet complete, so please send your requests like "how can I modify my Nemacs oriented configuration so and so for Mule?"
Both nemacs-pre.el and nemacs-post.el are available via anonymous FTP from etlport.etl.go.jp:/pub/mule/contrib/lisp.