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for the people that work under osx, what is the emacs build you use ? is aquaemacs anything ? or should i just run vanilla emacs ?
right, that’s pretty much the same as i get with
brew install —with-cocoa —srgb emacs, right ?
Not sure; if you want more information (and a second opinion) try http://emacs.stackexchange.com/questions/271/what-is-the-difference-between-aquamacs-and-other-mac-versions-of-emacs.
"If you just want Emacs without any complications: Emacs for Mac OS X” — I personally haven’t had any problems with it.
right, yeah, i found that, i just wanted to hear other people’s rationale to use a specific version
brew install emacs with some options (that I don’t remember 😦). My hope is that Homebrew will do a good enough job of keeping Emacs up to date, without my having to think about it.
That’s a valid point, but if you want to set up Emacs in the same way on non-OSX systems, you couldn’t use
right, so that statement was mostly related to using vanilla emacs, rather than aquamacs or something
Because if you’re going through the terminal, you’re going to have a whole mess of keybinding and colorscheme errors to sort through.
Extremely useful, by the way—couldn’t live without multiple desktops, but I use the trackpad gestures instead.