(If you want to install the Emacs binary, type "make install" instead
of "make" in the last command.)
-Occasionally the files "lisp/loaddefs.el" or lisp/mh-e/mh-loaddefs.el
-will need be updated to reflect new autoloaded functions. If you see
-errors about undefined lisp functions during compilation, that may be
-the reason. Another symptom may be an error saying that "loaddefs.el"
-could not be found; this is due to a change in the way loaddefs.el was
-handled in CVS, and should only happen once, for users that are
+Occasionally the file "lisp/loaddefs.el" will need be updated to
+reflect new autoloaded functions. If you see errors about undefined
+lisp functions during compilation, that may be the reason. Another
+symptom may be an error saying that "loaddefs.el" could not be found;
+this is due to a change in the way loaddefs.el was handled in CVS, and
+should only happen once, for users that are updating old CVS trees.
-To update loaddefs.el
and mh-loaddefs.el, do:
+To update loaddefs.el, do:
- $ make autoloads
+ $ make autoloads EMACS=../src/emacs
If either of the above partial procedures fails, try "make bootstrap".