Apologies for failing.
grehan at freebsd.org
Fri Oct 10 14:00:30 UTC 2008
>> >- Get SXEmacs
>> I'd love to see that running on PPC :) Last time I looked at
>> Emacs, there was quite a bit of build glue to get it going.
>> Too complicated for my patience at the time.
>I'm your man then. I work with the SXEmacs project. We
>support for building on PPC/Darwin so given how much has been
>between the two it's not a huge leap to assume it can be made
to work on
>PPC/FreeBSD relatively easily. :)
>Also, our build system is standard autotooled - aclocal,
>configure, make, make install.
>It also has a Gentoo ebuild which I wrote (and which the
>thought was impractical to do, but i proved him wrong haha) so
>theoretically it could even end up in ports if I figure out
how to make
There's always the xemacs port to start from.
>FreeBSD should already have AIX binary emulation layers ...
There's a difference between should and does :) Even NetBSD
doesn't have that.
>If not, anywhere else I can get Netscape Communicator in a
>PPC binary form that will run on FreeBSD?
Not possible at this point. If Linux emulation existed, that
would be the path to go down.
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