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From: "Dalton, Barnaby" <>
To: "''"
	"Ntemacs (E-mail)" <>
Subject: SourceNav with NTEmacs
Date: Wed, 08 Aug 2001 06:24:00 -0000	[thread overview]
Message-ID: <3190BC9FA8F6D3119508009027E5B33E4B7C39@MORSE> (raw)

Does anyone use sourcenav with ntemacs? I'm trying to get it working with
gnuclient. The first time I try to edit a file from sourcenav a new emacs
process is launched even if I have already started one via other means. This
second process starts with the *messages*

Server subprocess exited
connection failed: connection refused,, sn

From then on sourcenav always uses this second process. Doesn anyone know
what is going on?

Gnuclient/serv is defnitely working ok as I have used it from windows
explorer/msdev for years.


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             reply	other threads:[~2001-08-08  6:24 UTC|newest]

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2001-08-08  6:24 Dalton, Barnaby [this message]
2001-08-09 10:45 ` Mark Purtill

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