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+            <h1>Quickstart Package Guide</h1>
+            
+            <p> This text is intended to help you get started installing a
+              new XEmacs and its packages from start.  For details see the
+              <b>'Startup Paths'</b> and <b>'Packages'</b> sections of the
+              XEmacs info manual.
+              
+            <h2>Index</h2>
 
+            <table border="0" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0">
+                <tr><td><img src="Images/blank.png" height="1" width="40"></td>
+                  <td>
+                    <a href="Documentation/packageGuide.html#realQuick">Real quick quickstart guide</a>
+                  </td>
+                <tr><td><img src="Images/blank.png" height="1" width="40"></td>
+                  <td>
+                    <a href="Documentation/packageGuide.html#A note of caution">A note of caution</a>
+                  </td>
+                </tr>
+                <tr><td><img src="Images/blank.png" height="1" width="40"></td>
+                  <td>
+                    <a href="Documentation/packageGuide.html#Some Package Theory">Some Package Theory</a>
+                  </td>
+                </tr>  
+                <tr><td><img src="Images/blank.png" height="1" width="40"></td>
+                  <td>
+                    <a href="Documentation/packageGuide.html#Package hierarchies">Package hierarchies</a>
+                  </td>
+                </tr>
+                <tr><td><img src="Images/blank.png" height="1" width="40"></td>
+                  <td>
+                    <a href="Documentation/packageGuide.html#Where to get the packages">
+                      Where to get the packages</a>
+                  </td>
+                </tr>
+                <tr><td><img src="Images/blank.png" height="1" width="40"></td>
+                  <td>
+                    <a href="Documentation/packageGuide.html#How to install the packages">
+                      How to install the packages</a>
+                  </td>
+                </tr>
+                <tr><td><img src="Images/blank.png" height="1" width="40"></td>
+                  <td>
+                    <a href="Documentation/packageGuide.html#The Sumo Tarball">The Sumo Tarball</a>
+                  </td>
+                </tr>
+                <tr><td><img src="Images/blank.png" height="1" width="40"></td>
+                  <td>
+                    <a href="Documentation/packageGuide.html#Installing by Hand">Installing by Hand</a>
+                  </td>
+                </tr>
+                <tr><td><img src="Images/blank.png" height="1" width="40"></td>
+                  <td>
+                    <a href="Documentation/packageGuide.html#Installing automatically">
+                      Installing automatically</a>
+                  </td>
+                </tr>
+                <tr><td><img src="Images/blank.png" height="1" width="40"></td>
+                  <td>
+                    <a href="Documentation/packageGuide.html#After Installation">After Installation</a>
+                  </td>
+                </tr>
+                <tr><td><img src="Images/blank.png" height="1" width="40"></td>
+                  <td>
+                    <a href="Documentation/packageGuide.html#Note to MULE users">Note to MULE users</a>
+                  </td>
+                </tr>
+                <tr><td><img src="Images/blank.png" height="1" width="40"></td>
+                  <td>
+                    <a href="Documentation/packageGuide.html#Which Packages to install?">
+                      Which Packages to install?</a>
+                  </td>
+                </tr>
+                <tr><td><img src="Images/blank.png" height="1" width="40"></td>
+                  <td>
+                    <a href="Documentation/packageGuide.html#Upgrading/Removing Package">
+                      Upgrading/Removing Packages</a>
+                  </td>
+                </tr>
+                <tr><td><img src="Images/blank.png" height="1" width="40"></td>
+                  <td>
+                    <a href="Documentation/packageGuide.html#User Package directories">
+                      User Package directories</a>
+                  </td>
+                </tr>
+                <tr> 
+                  <td><img src="Images/blank.png" height="1" width="40"></td>
+                  <td>
+                    <a href="Documentation/packageGuide.html#Site lisp/Site start">
+                      Site lisp/Site start</a>
+                  </td>
+                </tr>
+            </table>	   
 
-	<h1>Quickstart Package Guide</h1>
-	
-	<p> This text is intended to help you get started installing a
-	new XEmacs and its packages from start.  For details see the
-	<b>'Startup Paths'</b> and <b>'Packages'</b> sections of the
-	XEmacs info manual.
-	  
-	<h2>Index</h2>
+            <h2><a name="realQuick">Real Real Quickstart FAQ</a></h2>
 
-	<table border="0" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0">
-	  <tr><td><img src="Images/blank.png" height="1" width="40"></td>
-	    <td>
-		<a href="Documentation/packageGuide.html#realQuick">Real quick quickstart guide</a>
-	    </td>
-	  <tr><td><img src="Images/blank.png" height="1" width="40"></td>
-	    <td>
-		<a href="Documentation/packageGuide.html#A note of caution">A note of caution</a>
-	    </td>
-	  </tr>
-	  <tr><td><img src="Images/blank.png" height="1" width="40"></td>
-	    <td>
-		<a href="Documentation/packageGuide.html#Some Package Theory">Some Package Theory</a>
-	    </td>
-	  </tr>  
-	  <tr><td><img src="Images/blank.png" height="1" width="40"></td>
-	    <td>
-		<a href="Documentation/packageGuide.html#Package hierarchies">Package hierarchies</a>
-	    </td>
-	  </tr>
-	  <tr><td><img src="Images/blank.png" height="1" width="40"></td>
-	    <td>
-		<a href="Documentation/packageGuide.html#Where to get the packages">
-		Where to get the packages</a>
-	    </td>
-	  </tr>
-	  <tr><td><img src="Images/blank.png" height="1" width="40"></td>
-	    <td>
-		<a href="Documentation/packageGuide.html#How to install the packages">
-		How to install the packages</a>
-	    </td>
-	  </tr>
-	  <tr><td><img src="Images/blank.png" height="1" width="40"></td>
-	    <td>
-		<a href="Documentation/packageGuide.html#The Sumo Tarball">The Sumo Tarball</a>
-	    </td>
-	  </tr>
-	  <tr><td><img src="Images/blank.png" height="1" width="40"></td>
-	    <td>
-		<a href="Documentation/packageGuide.html#Installing by Hand">Installing by Hand</a>
-	    </td>
-	  </tr>
-	  <tr><td><img src="Images/blank.png" height="1" width="40"></td>
-	    <td>
-		<a href="Documentation/packageGuide.html#Installing automatically">
-		Installing automatically</a>
-	    </td>
-	  </tr>
-	  <tr><td><img src="Images/blank.png" height="1" width="40"></td>
-	    <td>
-		<a href="Documentation/packageGuide.html#After Installation">After Installation</a>
-	    </td>
-	  </tr>
-	  <tr><td><img src="Images/blank.png" height="1" width="40"></td>
-	    <td>
-		<a href="Documentation/packageGuide.html#Note to MULE users">Note to MULE users</a>
-	    </td>
-	  </tr>
-	  <tr><td><img src="Images/blank.png" height="1" width="40"></td>
-	    <td>
-		<a href="Documentation/packageGuide.html#Which Packages to install?">
-		Which Packages to install?</a>
-	    </td>
-	  </tr>
-	  <tr><td><img src="Images/blank.png" height="1" width="40"></td>
-	    <td>
-		<a href="Documentation/packageGuide.html#Upgrading/Removing Package">
-		Upgrading/Removing Packages</a>
-	    </td>
-	  </tr>
-	  <tr><td><img src="Images/blank.png" height="1" width="40"></td>
-	    <td>
-		<a href="Documentation/packageGuide.html#User Package directories">
-		User Package directories</a>
-	    </td>
-	  </tr>
-	  <tr> 
-	    <td><img src="Images/blank.png" height="1" width="40"></td>
-	    <td>
-		<a href="Documentation/packageGuide.html#Site lisp/Site start">
-		Site lisp/Site start</a>
-	    </td>
-	  </tr>
-    </table>	   
+            <p><b>Q:</b> Do I need to have the packages to compile
+              XEmacs?
+              <br>
+              <b>A:</b> No.
+              
+            <p><b>Q:</b> I really liked the old way that packages were
+              bundled and do not want to mess with packages at
+              all.
+              <br>
+              <b>A:</b> You can grab all the packages at once like you
+              used to with old XEmacs versions, skip to the 
+              <a href="Documentation/packageGuide.html#The Sumo Tarball">'Sumo Tarball'</a>
+              section below.
+              
+            <h2><a name="A note of caution">A note of caution</a></h2>
+            <p>
+              The XEmacs package system is still in its
+              infancy. Please expect a few minor hurdles on the
+              way. Also neither the interface nor the structure is
+              set in stone. The XEmacs maintainers reserve the
+              right to sacrifice backwards compatibility as quirks
+              are worked out over the coming releases.
+              
+            <h2><a name="Some Package Theory">
+                Some Package Theory</a></h2>
+            <p>
+              In order to reduce the size and increase the
+              maintainability of XEmacs, the majority of the Elisp
+              that came with previous releases have been
+              unbundled. They have been replaced by the package
+              system.  Each elisp add-on (or groups of them when
+              they are small) now comes in its own tarball that
+              contains a small search hierarchy.
+              
+            <p>
+              You select just the ones you need. Install them by
+              untarring them into the right place. On startup
+              XEmacs will find them, set up the load path
+              correctly, install autoloads, etc, etc.
+              
+            <h2><a name="Package hierarchies">Package hierarchies</a></h2>
+            <p>
+              On startup XEmacs looks for packages in so called
+              package hierarchies.  These can be specified by the
+              <code>package-path</code> parameter to the
+              <code>configure</code> script. However by default there are
+              three system wide hierarchies.
+              
+            <p>Local and 3rd party packages go here:
+              <code>$prefix/lib/xemacs/site-packages</code><br>
+              Only searched by MULE-enabled XEmacsen:
+              <code>$prefix/lib/xemacs/mule-packages</code><br>
+              Normal packages go here:
+              <code>$prefix/lib/xemacs/xemacs-packages</code>
 
-    <h2><a name="realQuick">Real Real Quickstart FAQ</a></h2>
+            <h2><a name="Where to get the packages">Where to get the packages</a></h2>
 
-    <p><b>Q:</b> Do I need to have the packages to compile
-    XEmacs?
-    <br>
-    <b>A:</b> No.
-    
-    <p><b>Q:</b> I really liked the old way that packages were
-    bundled and do not want to mess with packages at
-    all.
-    <br>
-    <b>A:</b> You can grab all the packages at once like you
-    used to with old XEmacs versions, skip to the 
-    <a href="Documentation/packageGuide.html#The Sumo Tarball">'Sumo Tarball'</a>
-    section below.
-    
-    <h2><a name="A note of caution">
-    A note of caution</a></h2>
-    <p>
-    The XEmacs package system is still in its
-    infancy. Please expect a few minor hurdles on the
-    way. Also neither the interface nor the structure is
-    set in stone. The XEmacs maintainers reserve the
-    right to sacrifice backwards compatibility as quirks
-    are worked out over the coming releases.
-    
-    <h2><a name="Some Package Theory">
-    Some Package Theory</a></h2>
-    <p>
-    In order to reduce the size and increase the
-    maintainability of XEmacs, the majority of the Elisp
-    that came with previous releases have been
-    unbundled. They have been replaced by the package
-    system.  Each elisp add-on (or groups of them when
-    they are small) now comes in its own tarball that
-    contains a small search hierarchy.
-    
-    <p>
-    You select just the ones you need. Install them by
-    untarring them into the right place. On startup
-    XEmacs will find them, set up the load path
-    correctly, install autoloads, etc, etc.
-    
-    <h2><a name="Package hierarchies">
-    Package hierarchies</a></h2>
-    <p>
-    On startup XEmacs looks for packages in so called
-    package hierarchies.  These can be specified by the
-    <code>package-path</code> parameter to the
-    <code>configure</code> script. However by default there are
-    three system wide hierarchies.
-    
-    <p>Local and 3rd party packages go here:
-    <code>$prefix/lib/xemacs/site-packages</code><br>
-    Only searched by MULE-enabled XEmacsen:
-    <code>$prefix/lib/xemacs/mule-packages</code><br>
-    Normal packages go here:
-    <code>$prefix/lib/xemacs/xemacs-packages</code>
+            <p>Packages are available from
+              <a href="ftp://ftp.xemacs.org/pub/xemacs/packages">ftp://ftp.xemacs.org/pub/xemacs/packages</a>
+              and its mirrors. Some package descriptions and links to other
+              resources can be found on the
+              <a href="Download/elispPackages.html">Elisp Packages</a> page.
 
-<a name="Where to get the packages">
-<h2>Where to get the packages</h2></a>
+            <h2><a name="How to install the packages">How to install the packages</a></h2>
 
-<p>Packages are available from
-<a href="ftp://ftp.xemacs.org/pub/xemacs/packages">ftp://ftp.xemacs.org/pub/xemacs/packages</a>
-and its mirrors. Some package descriptions and links to other
-resources can be found on the
-<a href="Download/elispPackages.html">Elisp Packages</a> page.
+            <p>Choose one of the following options:
 
-<a name="How to install the packages">
-<h2>How to install the packages</h2></a>
+            <ol>
+              <li>All at once, using the 
+                <a href="Documentation/packageGuide.html#The Sumo Tarball">'Sumo Tarball'</a>.
+              <li><a href="Documentation/packageGuide.html#Installing by Hand">By hand</a>
+              <li><a href="Documentation/packageGuide.html#Installing automatically">Automatically</a>,
+                using the package tools from XEmacs.
+            </ol>		
 
-<p>Choose one of the following options:
+            <h2><a name="The Sumo Tarball">The Sumo Tarball</a></h2>
 
-<ol>
-  <li>All at once, using the 
-      <a href="Documentation/packageGuide.html#The Sumo Tarball">'Sumo Tarball'</a>.
-  <li><a href="Documentation/packageGuide.html#Installing by Hand">By hand</a>
-  <li><a href="Documentation/packageGuide.html#Installing automatically">Automatically</a>,
-      using the package tools from XEmacs.
-</ol>		
+            <p>Those with little time, cheap connections and plenty of disk space
+              can install all packages at once using the sumo tarballs.  Download
+              the file
 
-<a name="The Sumo Tarball">
-<h2>The Sumo Tarball</h2></a>
+              <code>xemacs-sumo-&lt;date&gt;.tar.gz</code>
 
-<p>Those with little time, cheap connections and plenty of disk space
-can install all packages at once using the sumo tarballs.  Download
-the file
+              from the <a href="ftp://ftp.xemacs.org/pub/xemacs/packages">ftp site</a>
 
-<code>xemacs-sumo-&lt;date&gt;.tar.gz</code>
+            <p>For an XEmacs compiled with Mule you also need
 
-from the <a href="ftp://ftp.xemacs.org/pub/xemacs/packages">ftp site</a>
+              <code>xemacs-mule-sumo-&lt;date&gt;.tar.gz</code>
 
-<p>For an XEmacs compiled with Mule you also need
+            <p><em>Note:</em> They are called 
+              <a href="Documentation/packageGuide.html#The Sumo Tarball">'Sumo Tarballs'</a> for good
+              reason. They are currently about 15MB and 2.3MB
+              (gzipped) respectively.
 
-<code>xemacs-mule-sumo-&lt;date&gt;.tar.gz</code>
+            <p>
+              Install them by
+            </p>
 
-<p><em>Note:</em> They are called 
-<a href="Documentation/packageGuide.html#The Sumo Tarball">'Sumo Tarballs'</a> for good
-reason. They are currently about 15MB and 2.3MB
-(gzipped) respectively.
+            <code>
+              cd $prefix/lib/xemacs ; gunzip -c &lt;tarballname&gt; | tar xf -
+            </code>
 
-<p>
-Install them by
-</p>
+            <p>As the Sumo tarballs are not regenerated as often as the individual
+              packages, it is recommended that you use the
+              <a href="Documentation/packageGuide.html#Installing automatically">automatic package tools</a>
+              afterwards to pick up any recent updates.  
 
-<code>
-cd $prefix/lib/xemacs ; gunzip -c <tarballname> | tar xf -
-</code>
+            <h2><a name="Installing by Hand">Installing by Hand</a></h2>
 
-<p>As the Sumo tarballs are not regenerated as often as the individual
-packages, it is recommended that you use the
-<a href="Documentation/packageGuide.html#Installing automatically">automatic package tools</a>
-afterwards to pick up any recent updates.  
+            <p>Fetch the packages from the <a href="ftp://ftp.xemacs.org/pub/xemacs/packages">ftp site</a>,
+              CDROM whatever. The filenames
+              have the form <code>name-&lt;version&gt;-pkg.tar.gz</code> and are gzipped
+              tar files. For a fresh install it is sufficient to untar the file at
+              the top of the package hierarchy. For example if we are installing the
+              <code>'xemacs-base'</code> package in version 1.27:
 
-<a name="Installing by Hand">
-<h2>Installing by Hand</h2></a>
+              <br><br><code>
+                mkdir $prefix/lib/xemacs/xemacs-packages \ # if it does not exist yet<br>
+                cd $prefix/lib/xemacs/xemacs-packages<br>
+                gunzip -c ...../xemacs-base-1.27-pkg.tar.gz | tar xf -<br>
+              </code>
 
-<p>Fetch the packages from the <a href="ftp://ftp.xemacs.org/pub/xemacs/packages">ftp site</a>,
-CDROM whatever. The filenames
-have the form <code>name-&lt;version&gt;-pkg.tar.gz</code> and are gzipped
-tar files. For a fresh install it is sufficient to untar the file at
-the top of the package hierarchy. For example if we are installing the
-<code>'xemacs-base'</code> package in version 1.27:
+            <p> For MULE related packages, it is best to untar in the
+              mule-packages hierarchy, i.e. for the mule-base package, version 1.25
 
-<br><br><code>
-mkdir $prefix/lib/xemacs/xemacs-packages \ # if it does not exist yet<br>
-cd $prefix/lib/xemacs/xemacs-packages<br>
-gunzip -c ...../xemacs-base-1.27-pkg.tar.gz | tar xf -<br>
-</code>
+              <br><br><code>
+                mkdir $prefix/lib/xemacs/mule-packages # if it does not exist yet<br>
+                cd $prefix/lib/xemacs/mule-packages<br>
+                gunzip -c ...../mule-base-1.25-pkg.tar.gz | tar xf -<br>
+              </code>
 
-<p> For MULE related packages, it is best to untar in the
-mule-packages hierarchy, i.e. for the mule-base package, version 1.25
+            <h2><a name="Installing automatically">Installing automatically</a></h2>
 
-<br><br><code>
-mkdir $prefix/lib/xemacs/mule-packages # if it does not exist yet<br>
-cd $prefix/lib/xemacs/mule-packages<br>
-gunzip -c ...../mule-base-1.25-pkg.tar.gz | tar xf -<br>
-</code>
+            <p> XEmacs comes with some tools to make the periodic updating and
+              installing easier. It will notice if new packages or versions are
+              available and will fetch them from the ftp site.
 
-<a name="Installing automatically">
-<h2>Installing automatically</h2></a>
+            <p> Unfortunately this requires that a few packages are already in
+              place. You will have to install them by hand as above or use a SUMO
+              tarball. This requirement will hopefully go away in the future. The
+              packages you need are: 
 
-<p> XEmacs comes with some tools to make the periodic updating and
-installing easier. It will notice if new packages or versions are
-available and will fetch them from the ftp site.
+            <table>
+                <tr>
+                  <td align="right"><b>efs</b></td>
+                  <td>To fetch the files from the ftp site or mirrors.</td>
+                </tr>
+                <tr>
+                  <td align="right"><b>xemacs-base</b></td>
+                  <td>Needed by efs.</td>
+                </tr>
+                <tr>
+                  <td align="right" valign="top"><b>mailcrypt</b><br>(optional)</td>
+                  <td valign="top">
+                    If you have PGP installed and want to verify the
+                    signature of the index file.
+                  </td>
+                </tr>
+                <tr>
+                  <td align="right" valign="top"><b>mule-base</b><br>(optional)</td>
+                  <td valign="top">
+                    Needed if you want to run XEmacs with MULE with
+                    a non-English language environment.
+                  </td>
+                </tr>
+            </table>
 
-<p> Unfortunately this requires that a few packages are already in
-place. You will have to install them by hand as above or use a SUMO
-tarball. This requirement will hopefully go away in the future. The
-packages you need are: 
+            <p> After installing these by hand, you can start XEmacs. (It is a
+              good idea to use 'xemacs -vanilla' here as your startup files might
+              need things now moved to packages.)
 
-<table>
-  <tr>
-    <td align="right"><b>efs</b></td>
-    <td>To fetch the files from the ftp site or mirrors.</td>
-  </tr>
-  <tr>
-    <td align="right"><b>xemacs-base</b></td>
-    <td>Needed by efs.</td>
-  </tr>
-  <tr>
-    <td align="right" valign="top"><b>mailcrypt</b><br>(optional)</td>
-    <td valign="top">
-	If you have PGP installed and want to verify the
-	signature of the index file.
-    </td>
-  </tr>
-  <tr>
-    <td align="right" valign="top"><b>mule-base</b><br>(optional)</td>
-    <td valign="top">
-	Needed if you want to run XEmacs with MULE with
-	a non-English language environment.
-    </td>
-  </tr>
-</table>
+            <ul>
+              <li>First you need to specify an FTP site to use.  Use
+                <b>Options-&gt;Manage Packages-&gt;Add Download Site</b> in the
+                menubar or type <code>M-x customize-variable RET
+                  package-get-remote RET</code>
+                <br>
+                Alternatively, if you already have the packages on a local disk
+                then you can specify this directly by typing <code>M-x
+                  pui-add-install-directory</code>. Please make sure you also have
+                a corresponding copy of the package
+                index there.
+              <li>Invoke <b> Options-&gt;Manage Packages-&gt;List &amp; Install
+                </b> from the menubar or type <code>M-x pui-list-packages
+                  RET</code>. XEmacs will now first try to fetch a new version of
+                the package index from the FTP site. Depending on whether you
+                are using <b>mailcrypt/PGP</b>, you will get some question
+                about keys to fetch or whether to use the index without
+                verifying the signature. If the new index was different from the
+                one already on disk, XEmacs will offer you to overwrite the old
+                index.
+                
+              <li>XEmacs will show you a buffer named <code>*Packages*</code> with
+                an overview of available and installed packages, including a
+                short description.  In this buffer you can select which packages
+                you want by using the mouse or typing <code>RET</code>.
 
-<p> After installing these by hand, you can start XEmacs. (It is a
-good idea to use 'xemacs -vanilla' here as your startup files might
-need things now moved to packages.)
+              <li>When you are finished choosing packages, invoke
+                <b>'Packages->Install/Remove Select'</b> from the menubar or
+                type <code>x</code> to begin installing packages.
+                
+            </ul>
 
-<ul>
-  <li>First you need to specify an FTP site to use.  Use
-      <b>Options-&gt;Manage Packages-&gt;Add Download Site</b> in the
-      menubar or type <code>M-x customize-variable RET
-      package-get-remote RET</code>
-      <br>
-      Alternatively, if you already have the packages on a local disk
-      then you can specify this directly by typing <code>M-x
-      pui-add-install-directory</code>. Please make sure you also have
-      a corresponding copy of the package
-      index there.
-  <li>Invoke <b> Options-&gt;Manage Packages-&gt;List &amp; Install
-      </b> from the menubar or type <code>M-x pui-list-packages
-      RET</code>. XEmacs will now first try to fetch a new version of
-      the package index from the FTP site. Depending on whether you
-      are using <b>mailcrypt/PGP</b>, you will get some question
-      about keys to fetch or whether to use the index without
-      verifying the signature. If the new index was different from the
-      one already on disk, XEmacs will offer you to overwrite the old
-      index.
-      
-  <li>XEmacs will show you a buffer named <code>*Packages*</code> with
-      an overview of available and installed packages, including a
-      short description.  In this buffer you can select which packages
-      you want by using the mouse or typing <code>RET</code>.
+            <h2><a name="After Installation">After Installation</a></h2>
 
-  <li>When you are finished choosing packages, invoke
-      <b>'Packages->Install/Remove Select'</b> from the menubar or
-      type <code>x</code> to begin installing packages.
-  
-</ul>
+            <p> New packages can only be used by XEmacs after a restart.
 
-<a name="After Installation">
-<h2>After Installation</h2></a>
+            <h2><a name="Note to MULE users">Note to MULE users</a></h2>
 
-<p> New packages can only be used by XEmacs after a restart.
+            <p> It is a good idea to keep packages that are MULE-only separate by
+              putting them in the mule-packages hierarchy.  Non-Mule XEmacsen will
+              ignore packages in mule-packages so it is safe to have that directory
+              in the package path of a Non-Mule XEmacs.
 
-<a name="Note to MULE users">
-<h2>Note to MULE users</h2></a>
+            <h2><a name="Which Packages to install?">Which Packages to install?</a></h2>
 
-<p> It is a good idea to keep packages that are MULE-only separate by
-putting them in the mule-packages hierarchy.  Non-Mule XEmacsen will
-ignore packages in mule-packages so it is safe to have that directory
-in the package path of a Non-Mule XEmacs.
+            <p> This is difficult to say. When in doubt install a package. If you
+              administrate a big site it might be a good idea to just install
+              everything. A good minimal set of packages for XEmacs-latin1 would be
 
-<a name="Which Packages to install?">
-<h2>Which Packages to install?</h2></a>
+            <blockquote><code> xemacs-base, xemacs-devel, c-support, cc-mode,
+                debug, dired, efs, edit-utils, fsf-compat, mail-lib, net-utils,
+                os-utils, prog-modes, text-modes, time</code></blockquote>
 
-<p> This is difficult to say. When in doubt install a package. If you
-administrate a big site it might be a good idea to just install
-everything. A good minimal set of packages for XEmacs-latin1 would be
+            <p>Unfortunately the package system currently provides neither
+              dependencies nor conflicts. This will be a future enhancement. The
+              above set includes most packages that are used by others.
 
-<blockquote><code> xemacs-base, xemacs-devel, c-support, cc-mode,
-debug, dired, efs, edit-utils, fsf-compat, mail-lib, net-utils,
-os-utils, prog-modes, text-modes, time</code></blockquote>
+            <p>See also <code>.../etc/PACKAGES'</code> for further descriptions of
+              the individual packages (currently outdated). 
 
-<p>Unfortunately the package system currently provides neither
-dependencies nor conflicts. This will be a future enhancement. The
-above set includes most packages that are used by others.
+            <h2><a name="Upgrading/Removing Package">Upgrading/Removing Packages</a></h2>
 
-<p>See also <code>.../etc/PACKAGES'</code> for further descriptions of
-the individual packages (currently outdated). 
+            <p> As the exact files and their locations contained in a package may
+              change it is recommend to remove a package first before installing a
+              new version. In order to facilitate removal each package contains an
+              <code>pgkinfo/MANIFEST.pkgname</code> file which list all the files
+              belong to the package. The command <code>M-x
+                package-admin-delete-binary-package RET</code> can be used to remove a
+              package using this file.
 
-<a name="Upgrading/Removing Package">
-<h2>Upgrading/Removing Packages</h2></a>
+            <p> Note that the interactive package tools included with XEmacs
+              already do this for you. 
 
-<p> As the exact files and their locations contained in a package may
-change it is recommend to remove a package first before installing a
-new version. In order to facilitate removal each package contains an
-<code>pgkinfo/MANIFEST.pkgname</code> file which list all the files
-belong to the package. The command <code>M-x
-package-admin-delete-binary-package RET</code> can be used to remove a
-package using this file.
+            <h2><a name="User Package directories">User Package directories</a></h2>
 
-<p> Note that the interactive package tools included with XEmacs
-already do this for you. 
+            <p> In addition to the system wide packages, each user can have his
+              own packages installed in <code>~/.xemacs</code> (Note that this will
+              most likely change to <code>~/.xemacs/packages</code> in the near
+              future). If you want to install packages there using the interactive
+              tools, you need to set the variable
+              <code>'pui-package-install-dest-dir'</code> to <code>~/.xemacs</code>
 
-<a name="User Package directories">
-<h2>User Package directories</h2></a>
+            <h2><a name="Site lisp/Site start">Site lisp/Site start</a></h2>
 
-<p> In addition to the system wide packages, each user can have his
-own packages installed in <code>~/.xemacs</code> (Note that this will
-most likely change to <code>~/.xemacs/packages</code> in the near
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-<h2>Site lisp/Site start</h2></a>
-
-<p> The site-packages hierarchy replaces the old
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-<code>site-lisp</code> directly by default.  A good place to put
-<code>site-start.el</code> would be in
-<code>$prefix/lib/xemacs/site-packages/lisp/</code> 
-
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+              <code>site-lisp</code> directly by default.  A good place to put
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-why!</SAMP>)
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-(eval-expression keybinding)
-<LI> <A HREF="xemacs-customization.html#Q3_0_4">Q3.0.4</A> June 5 (Adding
-directories to load-path)
-<LI> <A HREF="xemacs-customization.html#Q3_1_8">Q3.1.8</A> June 5 (Starting
-XEmacs iconic)
-<LI> <A HREF="xemacs-customization.html#Q3_2_4">Q3.2.4</A> June 11 (XEmacs
-and the global colormap)
-<LI> <A HREF="xemacs-customization.html#Q3_3_1">Q3.3.1</A> June 11 (Making
-the modeline go away)
-<LI> <A HREF="xemacs-customization.html#Q3_4_1">Q3.4.1</A> June 11 (Multi-
-headed displays)
-<LI> <A HREF="xemacs-customization.html#Q3_5_4">Q3.5.4</A> June 11 (Globally
-binding Delete)
-<LI> <A HREF="xemacs-customization.html#Q3_5_8">Q3.5.8</A> June 11 (Binding
-[ delete-forward ])
-<LI> <A HREF="xemacs-customization.html#Q3_5_9">Q3.5.9</A> June 11 (Making
-Delete key delete forwards)
-<LI> <A HREF="xemacs-customization.html#Q3_5_10">Q3.5.10</A> June 11 (Sticky
-modifier keys)
-<LI> <A HREF="xemacs-customization.html#Q3_8_1">Q3.8.1</A> June 11 (Making
-the menubar go away)
-p<LI> <A HREF="xemacs-customization.html#Q3_8_5">Q3.8.5</A> June 11 (Making
-the toolbar go away to a key binding)[ <STRONG>Warning</STRONG> ]
-<LI> <A HREF="xemacs-customization.html#Q3_8_6">Q3.8.6</A> June 11 (Making
-the toolbar go away)[ <STRONG>Warning</STRONG> ]
-<LI> <A HREF="xemacs-customization.html#Q3_9_1">Q3.9.1</A> June 11 (Making
-the scrollbar go away)
-<LI> <A HREF="xemacs-customization.html#Q3_10_1">Q3.10.1</A> June 11 (Changing
-selection highlight)
-<LI> <A HREF="xemacs-customization.html#Q3_10_2">Q3.10.2</A> June 11 (Automatic
-deletion of selection when you start typing)
-<LI> <A HREF="xemacs-customization.html#Q3_10_3">Q3.10.3</A> June 11 (Isearch
-highlighting)
-<LI> <A HREF="xemacs-customization.html#Q3_10_4">Q3.10.4</A> June 11 (Turning
-off <KBD>C-x C-p</KBD> highlighting).
-<LI> <A HREF="xemacs-subsystems.html#Q4_2_1">Q4.2.1</A> June 6 (Gnus FAQ URL)
-<LI> <A HREF="xemacs-subsystems.html#Q4_3_4">Q4.3.4</A> June 8 (Netscape
-Movemail -vs- XEmacs Movemail)
-<LI> <A HREF="xemacs-miscellaneous.html#Q5_3_9">Q5.3.9</A> June 11 (Abbrev
-mode explanation)
-</OL>
-<H2>New Questions</H2>
-<OL>
-<LI> <A HREF="xemacs-faq.html#Q1_3_5">Q1.3.5</A> June 13 (Explanation of
-non-English input methods)
-<LI> <A HREF="xemacs-faq.html#Q1_3_6">Q1.3.6</A> June 13 (MULE coding
-standards)
-<LI> <A HREF="xemacs-faq.html#Q1_4_3">Q1.4.3</A> June 6 (XEmacs tutorial locations)
-<LI> <A HREF="xemacs-faq.html#Q1_4_4">Q1.4.4</A> June 6 (Writing a simple interactive function)
-<LI> <A HREF="xemacs-faq.html#Q1_4_5">Q1.4.5</A> June 6 (Binding a function to a key)
-<LI> <A HREF="xemacs-faq.html#Q1_4_6">Q1.4.6</A> June 7 (Functions &amp; Macros)
-<LI> <A HREF="xemacs-installation.html#Q2_0_6">Q2.0.6</A> June 11 (Help with
-strange crashes)
-<LI> <A HREF="xemacs-installation.html#Q2_0_7">Q2.0.7</A> June 15 (Libraries
-in non-standard locations)
-<LI> <A HREF="xemacs-installation.html#Q2_0_8">Q2.0.8</A> June 16 (Where is
-_h_errno?)
-<LI> <A HREF="xemacs-installation.html#Q2_1_9">Q2.1.9</A> June 11 (XEmacs
--vs- OpenWindows 3.0 X server)
-<LI> <A HREF="xemacs-installation.html#Q2_1_10">Q2.1.10</A> June 11 (Warnings
-from incorrect key modifiers)
-<LI> <A HREF="xemacs-installation.html#Q2_1_11">Q2.1.11</A> June 12 (YAM of
-the old <CODE>set-text-properties</CODE> problem)
-<LI> <A HREF="xemacs-installation.html#Q2_1_12">Q2.1.12</A> June 13 (DEC OSF1
-C Compiler Optimization bugs)
-<LI> <A HREF="xemacs-installation.html#Q2_1_13">Q2.1.13</A> June 16
-(Create_process problems on HP/UX 10.10)
-<LI> <A HREF="xemacs-installation.html#Q2_1_14">Q2.1.14</A> June 17 (Problems
-with <KBD>C-g</KBD>)
-<LI> <A HREF="xemacs-installation.html#Q2_1_15">Q2.1.15</A> June 17 (Detailed
-hints on debugging problems in XEmacs)
-<LI> <A HREF="xemacs-customization.html#Q3_2_5">Q3.2.5</A> June 11 (Tty
-colors)
-<LI> <A HREF="xemacs-customization.html#Q3_10_5">Q3.10.5</A> June 11 (Selection
-disappears when paging through buffer and reaching the end).
-<LI> <A HREF="xemacs-subsystems.html#Q4_0_10">Q4.0.10</A> June 17 (Limiting
-VM to a single frame).
-<LI> <A HREF="xemacs-subsystems.html#Q4_1_2">Q4.1.2</A> June 11 (Running
-W3 from behind a firewall).
-<LI> <A HREF="xemacs-subsystems.html#Q4_2_3">Q4.2.3</A> June 17 (Limiting
-Gnus to a single frame).
-<LI> <A HREF="xemacs-subsystems.html#Q4_7_2">Q4.7.2</A> June 11 (Emacs Lisp
-Spreadsheets anyone?)
-<LI> <A HREF="xemacs-miscellaneous.html#Q5_0_16">Q5.0.16</A> June 9 (Auto
-Show Mode)
-</OL>
-<H2>Deleted Questions</H2>
-<H2>Other Changes</H2>
-<OL>
-<LI> Added toolbar document linkage (June 6)
-<LI> Added graphical navigational buttons for trailing-edge browsers (June 7)
-</OL>
-</BODY>
+  <HEAD>
+    <TITLE>Changes to the XEmacs FAQ for the Month of June 1996</TITLE>
+  </HEAD>
+  <BODY>
+    <H1>Changes to the XEmacs FAQ for the Month of June 1996</H1>
+    <H2>Modified Questions</H2>
+    <OL>
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-faq.html#Q1_4_1">Q1.4.1</A> June 11 (Finding sample.emacs,
+        and determining where the XEmacs etc directory is)
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-installation.html#Q2_1_1">Q2.1.1</A> June 11 and June 17
+        (Crash reporting hints)
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-installation.html#Q2_1_2">Q2.1.2</A> June 11 (Viewing
+        Minibuffer error messages in a buffer)
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-installation.html#Q2_1_8">Q2.1.8</A> June 11 (Retitled
+        <SAMP>got (wrong-type-argument color-instance-p nil) and I don't know
+          why!</SAMP>)
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-customization.html#Q3_0_2">Q3.0.2</A> June 11
+        (eval-expression keybinding)
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-customization.html#Q3_0_4">Q3.0.4</A> June 5 (Adding
+        directories to load-path)
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-customization.html#Q3_1_8">Q3.1.8</A> June 5 (Starting
+        XEmacs iconic)
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-customization.html#Q3_2_4">Q3.2.4</A> June 11 (XEmacs
+        and the global colormap)
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-customization.html#Q3_3_1">Q3.3.1</A> June 11 (Making
+        the modeline go away)
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-customization.html#Q3_4_1">Q3.4.1</A> June 11 (Multi-
+        headed displays)
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-customization.html#Q3_5_4">Q3.5.4</A> June 11 (Globally
+        binding Delete)
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-customization.html#Q3_5_8">Q3.5.8</A> June 11 (Binding
+        [ delete-forward ])
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-customization.html#Q3_5_9">Q3.5.9</A> June 11 (Making
+        Delete key delete forwards)
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-customization.html#Q3_5_10">Q3.5.10</A> June 11 (Sticky
+        modifier keys)
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-customization.html#Q3_8_1">Q3.8.1</A> June 11 (Making
+        the menubar go away)
+        p<LI> <A HREF="xemacs-customization.html#Q3_8_5">Q3.8.5</A> June 11 (Making
+        the toolbar go away to a key binding)[ <STRONG>Warning</STRONG> ]
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-customization.html#Q3_8_6">Q3.8.6</A> June 11 (Making
+        the toolbar go away)[ <STRONG>Warning</STRONG> ]
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-customization.html#Q3_9_1">Q3.9.1</A> June 11 (Making
+        the scrollbar go away)
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-customization.html#Q3_10_1">Q3.10.1</A> June 11 (Changing
+        selection highlight)
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-customization.html#Q3_10_2">Q3.10.2</A> June 11 (Automatic
+        deletion of selection when you start typing)
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-customization.html#Q3_10_3">Q3.10.3</A> June 11 (Isearch
+        highlighting)
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-customization.html#Q3_10_4">Q3.10.4</A> June 11 (Turning
+        off <KBD>C-x C-p</KBD> highlighting).
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-subsystems.html#Q4_2_1">Q4.2.1</A> June 6 (Gnus FAQ URL)
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-subsystems.html#Q4_3_4">Q4.3.4</A> June 8 (Netscape
+        Movemail -vs- XEmacs Movemail)
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-miscellaneous.html#Q5_3_9">Q5.3.9</A> June 11 (Abbrev
+        mode explanation)
+    </OL>
+    <H2>New Questions</H2>
+    <OL>
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-faq.html#Q1_3_5">Q1.3.5</A> June 13 (Explanation of
+        non-English input methods)
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-faq.html#Q1_3_6">Q1.3.6</A> June 13 (MULE coding
+        standards)
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-faq.html#Q1_4_3">Q1.4.3</A> June 6 (XEmacs tutorial locations)
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-faq.html#Q1_4_4">Q1.4.4</A> June 6 (Writing a simple interactive function)
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-faq.html#Q1_4_5">Q1.4.5</A> June 6 (Binding a function to a key)
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-faq.html#Q1_4_6">Q1.4.6</A> June 7 (Functions &amp; Macros)
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-installation.html#Q2_0_6">Q2.0.6</A> June 11 (Help with
+        strange crashes)
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-installation.html#Q2_0_7">Q2.0.7</A> June 15 (Libraries
+        in non-standard locations)
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-installation.html#Q2_0_8">Q2.0.8</A> June 16 (Where is
+        _h_errno?)
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-installation.html#Q2_1_9">Q2.1.9</A> June 11 (XEmacs
+        -vs- OpenWindows 3.0 X server)
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-installation.html#Q2_1_10">Q2.1.10</A> June 11 (Warnings
+        from incorrect key modifiers)
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-installation.html#Q2_1_11">Q2.1.11</A> June 12 (YAM of
+        the old <CODE>set-text-properties</CODE> problem)
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-installation.html#Q2_1_12">Q2.1.12</A> June 13 (DEC OSF1
+        C Compiler Optimization bugs)
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-installation.html#Q2_1_13">Q2.1.13</A> June 16
+        (Create_process problems on HP/UX 10.10)
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-installation.html#Q2_1_14">Q2.1.14</A> June 17 (Problems
+        with <KBD>C-g</KBD>)
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-installation.html#Q2_1_15">Q2.1.15</A> June 17 (Detailed
+        hints on debugging problems in XEmacs)
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-customization.html#Q3_2_5">Q3.2.5</A> June 11 (Tty
+        colors)
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-customization.html#Q3_10_5">Q3.10.5</A> June 11 (Selection
+        disappears when paging through buffer and reaching the end).
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-subsystems.html#Q4_0_10">Q4.0.10</A> June 17 (Limiting
+        VM to a single frame).
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-subsystems.html#Q4_1_2">Q4.1.2</A> June 11 (Running
+        W3 from behind a firewall).
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-subsystems.html#Q4_2_3">Q4.2.3</A> June 17 (Limiting
+        Gnus to a single frame).
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-subsystems.html#Q4_7_2">Q4.7.2</A> June 11 (Emacs Lisp
+        Spreadsheets anyone?)
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-miscellaneous.html#Q5_0_16">Q5.0.16</A> June 9 (Auto
+        Show Mode)
+    </OL>
+    <H2>Deleted Questions</H2>
+    <H2>Other Changes</H2>
+    <OL>
+      <LI> Added toolbar document linkage (June 6)
+      <LI> Added graphical navigational buttons for trailing-edge browsers (June 7)
+    </OL>
+  </BODY>
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-<BR>
-<H2><IMG SRC="grad_blu.gif" ALT="------------------------------"></H2>
-<H2><IMG SRC="rd_ball.gif" ALT="Subject: ">Introduction</H2>
-<P>
-This is the guide to the XEmacs Frequently Asked Questions list it is 
-a compendium of questions and answers pertaining to one of the finest
-programs ever written.  It is much more than just a Text Editor.
-<P>
-Learning XEmacs is a lifelong activity.  I've been using Emacs for
-over a decade now, and I'm still discovering new features.  Therefore
-this document cannot be complete.  Instead it is aimed at the person
-who is either considering XEmacs for their own use, or has just
-obtained it and is wondering what to do next.  It is also useful as a
-reference to available resources.
-<P>
-The previous maintainer of the FAQ was Anthony Rossini
-&lt;rossini@stat.sc.edu&gt;, who started it, after getting tired of
-hearing JWZ complain about repeatedly having to answer questions.
-Ben Wing &lt;ben@666.com&gt; and Chuck Thompson &lt;cthomp@xemacs.org&gt;, the
-principal authors of XEmacs, then took over and Ben did a massive update
-reorganizing the whole thing.  At which point Anthony took back over, but
-then had to give it up again .  Some of the other contributors to this
-FAQ are listed later in this document.
-<P>
-The previous version was converted to hypertext format, and edited by 
-Steven L. Baur &lt;steve@altair.xemacs.org&gt;.  
-<P>
-Since Steve Baur is so busy putting out multiple versions of XEmacs I
-have taken on the task of maintaining the FAQ.  I use XEmacs on a daily
-basis and I wanted to give something back to the community that has made
-XEmacs possible.  If you notice any errors or items which should be
-added or amended to this FAQ please send email to Andreas Kaempf
-&lt;andreas@sccon.com&gt;. Include XEmacs FAQ on the Subject: line.
-<P>
-This FAQ is freely redistributable.  I take no liability for the
-correctness and safety of any procedures or advice given
-here.  This FAQ is distributed in the hope that it will
-be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the
-implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A
-PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
-<P>
-If you have a Web browser, the official hypertext version is at:
-<A HREF="http://www.sccon.com/~andreas/xemacs-faq.html">&lt;http://www.sccon.com/~andreas/xemacs-faq.html&gt;</A>,
-and also at:
-<A HREF="http://www.xemacs.org/faq/xemacs-faq.html">&lt;http://www.xemacs.org/faq/xemacs-faq.html&gt;</A>.
-This version is much nicer than the unofficial hypertext
-versions that are archived at Utrecht, Oxford, Smart Pages,
-and other FAQ archives.
-<P>
-Changes this month:<BR>
-<P>
-This file was last modified on Feburary 23, 1998.
-<BR>
-<H2><IMG SRC="grad_blu.gif" ALT="------------------------------"></H2>
-<H2><IMG SRC="rd_ball.gif" ALT="Subject: "><A NAME="Roadmap">Roadmap</A></H2>
-<UL>
-<LI> <A HREF="#xemacs">Introduction, Policy, Credits.</A><IMG SRC="lcylarrw.gif" ALT="[You are here]">
-<UL>
-<LI> <A HREF="#introduction">1.0 Introduction</A>
-<UL>
-<LI><A HREF="#Q1_0_1">Q1.0.1</A> What is XEmacs?
-<LI><A HREF="#Q1_0_2">Q1.0.2</A> What is the current version of XEmacs?
-<LI><A HREF="#Q1_0_3">Q1.0.3</A> Where can I find it?
-<LI><A HREF="#Q1_0_4">Q1.0.4</A> Why Another Version of Emacs
-<LI><A hREF="#Q1_0_5">Q1.0.5</A> Why Haven't XEmacs and GNU Emacs Merged?
-<LI><A HREF="#Q1_0_6">Q1.0.6</A> Where can I get help?
-<LI><A HREF="#Q1_0_7">Q1.0.7</A> Where is the mailing list archived?
-<LI><A HREF="#Q1_0_8">Q1.0.8</A> How do you pronounce XEmacs?
-<LI><A HREF="#Q1_0_9">Q1.0.9</A> What does XEmacs look like?
-<LI><A HREF="#Q1_0_10">Q1.0.10</A> Is there a port of XEmacs to Microsoft ('95 or NT)?
-<LI><A HREF="#Q1_0_11">Q1.0.11</A> Is there a port of XEmacs to the Macintosh?
-<LI><A HREF="#Q1_0_12">Q1.0.12</A> Is there a port of XEmacs to NextStep?
-<LI><A HREF="#Q1_0_13">Q1.0.13</A> Is there a port of XEmacs to OS/2?
-<LI><A HREF="#Q1_0_14">Q1.0.14</A> Where can I obtain a printed copy of the XEmacs users manual?
-</UL>
-<LI> <A HREF="#policy">1.1 Policies</A>
-<UL>
-<LI><A HREF="#Q1_1_1">Q1.1.1</A> What is the FAQ editorial policy?
-<LI><A HREF="#Q1_1_2">Q1.1.2</A> How do I become a Beta Tester?
-<LI><A HREF="#Q1_1_3">Q1.1.3</A> How do I contribute to XEmacs itself?
-</UL>
-<LI> <A HREF="#credits">1.2 Credits</A>
-<UL>
-<LI><A HREF="#Q1_2_1">Q1.2.1</A> Who wrote XEmacs?
-<LI><A HREF="#Q1_2_2">Q1.2.2</A> Who contributed to this version of the FAQ?
-<LI><A HREF="#Q1_2_3">Q1.2.3</A> Who contributed to the FAQ in the past?
-</UL>
-<LI> <A HREF="#internationalization">1.3 Internationalization</A>
-<UL>
-<LI><A HREF="#Q1_3_1">Q1.3.1</A> What is the status of XEmacs v20?
-<LI><A HREF="#Q1_3_2">Q1.3.2</A> What is the status of Asian-language support, aka <VAR>MULE</VAR>?
-<LI><A HREF="#Q1_3_3">Q1.3.3</A> I speak a language that uses a lot of non-ASCII characters. How do I type them in?
-<LI><A HREF="#Q1_3_4">Q1.3.4</A> Can I get the messages output by XEmacs to come out in a different language?
-<LI><A HREF="#Q1_3_5">Q1.3.5</A> Please explain the various input methods in MULE/XEmacs 20.0
-<LI><A HREF="#Q1_3_6">Q1.3.6</A> How do I portably code for MULE/XEmacs 20.0?
-<LI><A HREF="#Q1_3_7">Q1.3.7</A> How about Cyrillic Modes?
-</UL>
-<LI> <A HREF="#backup">1.4 Getting Started, Backing up & Recovery</A>
-<UL>
-<LI><A HREF="#Q1_4_1">Q1.4.1</A> What is a <VAR>.emacs</VAR> and is there one I can look at so I can build my own?
-<LI><A HREF="#Q1_4_2">Q1.4.2</A> Can I use the same <VAR>.emacs</VAR> with the other Emacs?
-<LI><A HREF="#Q1_4_3">Q1.4.3</A> Any good XEmacs tutorials around?
-<LI><A HREF="#Q1_4_4">Q1.4.4</A> May I see an example of an XEmacs Lisp function that does something with text near the cursor?
-<LI><A HREF="#Q1_4_5">Q1.4.5</A> And how do I bind it to a key?
-<LI><A HREF="#Q1_4_6">Q1.4.6</A> What's the difference between a macro and a function?
-<LI><A HREF="#Q1_4_7">Q1.4.7</A> How come options saved with 19.13 don't work with 19.14 or later?
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-</UL>
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-<LI> <A HREF="xemacs-customization.html#Roadmap">Customization and Options</A>
-<LI> <A HREF="xemacs-subsystems.html#Roadmap">Major Subsystems</A>
-<LI> <A HREF="xemacs-miscellaneous.html#Roadmap">Miscellaneous</A>
-<LI> <A HREF="xemacs-current.html#Roadmap">Current Events</A>
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-<H1><IMG SRC="rd_ball.gif" ALT="">
-<A NAME="introduction">1.0 Introduction</A></H1>
-<BR>
-<H2><IMG SRC="grad_blu.gif" ALT="------------------------------"></H2>
-<H2><IMG SRC="cy_ball.gif" ALT="Subject: "><A NAME="Q1_0_1">Q1.0.1  What is XEmacs?</A></H2>
-An alternative to GNU Emacs, originally based on an early alpha version
-of FSF's version 19, and has diverged quite a bit since then.  XEmacs was
-known as Lucid Emacs through version
-19.10.  Almost all features of GNU Emacs are supported in XEmacs
-The maintainers of XEmacs actively track changes to GNU Emacs
-while also working to add new features.
-<H2><IMG SRC="grad_blu.gif" ALT="------------------------------"></H2>
-<H2><IMG SRC="cy_ball.gif" ALT="Subject: "><A NAME="Q1_0_2">Q1.0.2  What is the current version of XEmacs?</A></H2>
-   The current stable version of XEmacs is 20.3, released in December, 1997.
-<P>
-   The next feature release will be XEmacs 20.4.
-<P>
-   XEmacs 19.16 was the last release of v19, released in November, 1997,
-which was also the last version without international language support.
-<P>
-<H2><IMG SRC="grad_blu.gif" ALT="------------------------------"></H2>
-<H2><IMG SRC="cy_ball.gif" ALT="Subject: "><A NAME="Q1_0_3">Q1.0.3  Where can I find it?</A></H2>
-The canonical source and binaries is found via anonymous FTP at
-<A HREF="ftp://ftp.xemacs.org/pub/xemacs/">
-&lt;ftp://ftp.xemacs.org:/pub/xemacs/&gt;</A>
-<H2><IMG SRC="grad_blu.gif" ALT="------------------------------"></H2>
-<H2><IMG SRC="cy_ball.gif" ALT="Subject: "><A NAME="Q1_0_4">Q1.0.4  Why Another Version of Emacs</A></H2>
-For a detailed description of the differences between GNU Emacs and
-XEmacs and a detailed history of XEmacs, check out the
-<A HREF="http://www.xemacs.org/NEWS.html">
-&lt;http://www.xemacs.org/NEWS.html&gt;</A> file.  However,
-here is a list of some of the reasons why we think you might consider
-using it:
-<UL>
-<LI> It looks nicer.
-<LI> The XEmacs maintainers are generally more receptive to suggestions than
-the GNU Emacs maintainers.
-<LI> Many more bundled packages than GNU Emacs
-<LI> Binaries are available for many common operating systems.
-<LI> Face support on TTY's.
-<LI> A built-in toolbar.
-<LI> Better Motif compliance.
-<LI> Some internationalization support (full MULE support starting with 20.0).
-<LI> Variable-width fonts.
-<LI> Variable-height lines.
-<LI> Marginal annotations.
-<LI> ToolTalk support.
-<LI> XEmacs can be used as an Xt widget, and can be embedded within another
-application.
-<LI> Horizontal and vertical scrollbars (using real toolkit scrollbars)
-<LI> Better APIs (and performance) for attaching fonts, colors, and other
-properties to text.
-<LI> The ability to embed arbitrary graphics in a buffer.
-<LI> Completely compatible (at the C level) with the Xt-based toolkits.
-<LI> First production Web Browser supporting Style Sheets
-</UL>
-<H2><IMG SRC="grad_blu.gif" ALT="------------------------------"></H2>
-<H2><IMG SRC="cy_ball.gif" ALT="Subject: "><A NAME="Q1_0_5">Q1.0.5  Why Haven't XEmacs and GNU Emacs Merged?</A></H2>
-There are currently irreconcilable differences in the views
-about technical, programming, design and organizational matters
-between RMS and the XEmacs development team which provide
-little hope for a merge to take place in the short-term
-future.
-<P>
-If you have a comment to add regarding the merge, it is a good idea
-to avoid posting to the newsgroups, because of the very heated flamewars
-that often result.  Mail your questions to <A HREF="mailto:xemacs-beta@xemacs.org">&lt;xemacs-beta@xemacs.org&gt;</A> and<A HREF="mailto:bug-gnu-emacs@prep.ai.mit.edu">&lt;bug-gnu-emacs@prep.ai.mit.edu&gt;</A>.
-<H2><IMG SRC="grad_blu.gif" ALT="------------------------------"></H2>
-<H2><IMG SRC="cy_ball.gif" ALT="Subject: "><A NAME="Q1_0_6">Q1.0.6  Where can I get help?</A></H2>
-Probably the easiest way, if everything is installed, is to use info, by
-pressing <CODE>C-h i</CODE>, or selecting <EM>Emacs Info</EM> from the
-Help Menu.
-Also, <CODE>M-x apropos</CODE> will look for commands for you.
-<P>
-Try reading this FAQ, examining the regular GNU Emacs FAQ (which can be
-found with the Emacs 19 distribution) as well as at
-<A HREF="http://www.eecs.nwu.edu/emacs/faq/">
-&lt;http://www.eecs.nwu.edu/emacs/faq/&gt;</A>
-and reading the Usenet group
-<A HREF="news:comp.emacs.xemacs">comp.emacs.xemacs</A>.
-If that does not help, try posting your
-question to <A HREF="news:comp.emacs.xemacs">comp.emacs.xemacs</A>.
-Please <STRONG>Do Not</STRONG> post XEmacs related questions to
-<A HREF="news:gnu.emacs.help">gnu.emacs.help</A>.
-<P>
-If you cannot post or read
-Usenet news, there is a corresponding mailing list which is available.
-It can be subscribed to by sending a message with a subject of
-<VAR>subscribe</VAR> to
-<A HREF="mailto:xemacs-request@xemacs.org">xemacs-request@xemacs.org</A>
-for subscription information and 
-<A HREF="mailto:xemacs@xemacs.org">xemacs@xemacs.org</A>
-to send messages to the list.
-<P>
-To cancel a subscription, <STRONG>you must</STRONG> use the
-xemacs-request address.  Send a message with a subject of
-<VAR>unsubscribe</VAR> to be removed.
-<H2><IMG SRC="grad_blu.gif" ALT="------------------------------"></H2>
-<H2><IMG SRC="cy_ball.gif" ALT="Subject: "><A NAME="Q1_0_7">Q1.0.7  Where is the mailing list archived?</A></H2>
-The mailing list is archived in the directory
-<A HREF="ftp://ftp.xemacs.org/pub/mlists/">
-&lt;ftp://ftp.xemacs.org:/pub/xemacs/mlists/&gt;</A>.
-<P>
-However, this archive is out of date.  The current mailing list
-server supports an `archive' feature, which may be utilized.
-<H2><IMG SRC="grad_blu.gif" ALT="------------------------------"></H2>
-<H2><IMG SRC="cy_ball.gif" ALT="Subject: "><A NAME="Q1_0_8">Q1.0.8  How do you pronounce XEmacs?</A></H2>
-I pronounce it <SAMP>Eks eemax</SAMP>.
-<H2><IMG SRC="grad_blu.gif" ALT="------------------------------"></H2>
-<H2><IMG SRC="cy_ball.gif" ALT="Subject: "><A NAME="Q1_0_9">Q1.0.9  What does XEmacs look like?</A></H2>
-Here are some Screen Snapshots:
-<UL>
-<LI> <A HREF="splash.gif">The Splash Screen</A>
-<LI> <A HREF="c-mode.gif">C Mode</A>
-<LI> <A HREF="sample.emacs.gif">Emacs Lisp Mode</A>
-<LI> <A HREF="wingpsgml-mode.gif">Wing-enhanced Psgml Mode</A>
-<LI> W3, the Web Browser (Two snapshots courtesy of William Perry 
-&lt;wmperry@monolith.spry.com&gt;).
-<OL>
-   <LI> <A HREF="gnuscape.jpg">W3 Home Page</A>
-   <LI> <A HREF="hwg.gif">HTML Writers Guild</A>
-   <LI> <A HREF="iu.jpg">University of Indiana</A>
-</OL>
-<LI> <A HREF="gnus-topics.gif">Gnus 5, the News and Mail Reader</A>
-<LI> <A HREF="vm.gif">VM, the Mail Reader</A>
-<LI> <A HREF="ediff.gif">Ediff (File Differences)</A>
-</UL>
-<H2><IMG SRC="grad_blu.gif" ALT="------------------------------"></H2>
-<H2><IMG SRC="cy_ball.gif" ALT="Subject: "><A NAME="Q1_0_10">Q1.0.10  Is there a port of XEmacs to Microsoft ('95 or NT)?</A></H2>
-   Thanks to efforts of many people, coordinated by David Hobley <A
-HREF="mailto:davidh@wr.com.au">&lt;davidh@wr.com.au&gt;</A> and Marc
-Paquette <A HREF="mailto:marcpa@cam.org">&lt;marcpa@cam.org&gt;</A>,
-beta versions of XEmacs now run on 32-bit Windows platforms (NT and
-95).  The current betas require having an X server to run XEmacs;
-however, a native NT/95 port is in alpha.
-<P>
-   The NT development is now coordinated by a mailing list at <A
-HREF="mailto:xemacs-nt@xemacs.org">&lt;xemacs-nt@xemacs.org&gt;</A>.
-If you are willing to contribute or want to follow the progress, mail
-to <A
-HREF="mailto:xemacs-nt-request@xemacs.org">&lt;xemacs-nt-request@xemacs.org&gt;</A>
-to subscribe.
- <P>
-   Furthermore, Altrasoft is seeking corporate and government sponsors
-to help fund a fully native port of XEmacs to Windows 95 and NT using
-full-time, senior-level staff working under a professionally managed
-project structure.
-<P>
-See <A HREF="http://www.altrasoft.com/">&lt;http://www.altrasoft.com/&gt;</A>
-for more details or contact Altrasoft directly at 1-888-ALTSOFT.
-<P>
-The closest is <EM>Win-Emacs</EM>, which is based on Lucid
-Emacs 19.6.  Available from <A HREF="http://www.pearlsoft.com/">
-&lt;http://www.pearlsoft.com/&gt;</A>.
-<P>
-There's a port of GNU Emacs (not XEmacs) at<BR>
-<A HREF="http://www.cs.washington.edu/homes/voelker/ntemacs.html">
-&lt;http://www.cs.washington.edu/homes/voelker/ntemacs.html&gt;</A>.
-<H2><IMG SRC="grad_blu.gif" ALT="------------------------------"></H2>
-<H2><IMG SRC="cy_ball.gif" ALT="Subject: "><A NAME="Q1_0_11">Q1.0.11  Is there a port of XEmacs to the Macintosh?</A></H2>
-There has been a port to the MachTen environment of XEmacs 19.13, but no
-patches have been submitted to the maintainers to get this in the mainstream
-distribution.
-<H2><IMG SRC="grad_blu.gif" ALT="------------------------------"></H2>
-<H2><IMG SRC="cy_ball.gif" ALT="Subject: "><A NAME="Q1_0_12">Q1.0.12  Is there a port of XEmacs to NextStep?</A></H2>
-Carl Edman, apparently no longer at &lt;cedman@princeton.edu&gt;,
-did the port of FSF Emacs to NeXTstep and
-expressed interest in doing the XEmacs port, but never went any farther.
-<H2><IMG SRC="grad_blu.gif" ALT="------------------------------"></H2>
-<H2><IMG SRC="cy_ball.gif" ALT="Subject: "><A NAME="Q1_0_13">Q1.0.13  Is there a port of XEmacs to OS/2?</A></H2>
-No, and there is no news of anyone working on it.
-<H2><IMG SRC="grad_blu.gif" ALT="------------------------------"></H2>
-<H2><IMG SRC="cy_ball.gif" ALT="Subject: "><A NAME="Q1_0_14">Q1.0.14 Where can I obtain a printed copy of the XEmacs users manual? </A></H2>
-   InfoDock Associates, a firm specializing in Emacs-related support and
-development, will be maintaining the XEmacs user manual.  The firm plans
-to begin publishing printed copies of the manual soon.
-<P>
-       Web:     <A HREF="http://www.xemacs.com">&lt;http://www.xemacs.com&gt;</A>
-<P>       E-mail:  <A HREF="mailto:info@xemacs.com">&lt;info@xemacs.com&gt;</A>
-<P>       Tel:     +1 408 243 3300
-<H2><IMG SRC="grad_blu.gif" ALT="------------------------------"></H2>
-<H1><IMG SRC="rd_ball.gif" ALT=""><A NAME="policy">1.1 Policy</A></H1>
-<BR>
-<H2><IMG SRC="grad_blu.gif" ALT="------------------------------"></H2>
-<H2><IMG SRC="cy_ball.gif" ALT="Subject: "><A NAME="Q1_1_1">Q1.1.1  What is the FAQ editorial policy?</A></H2>
-The FAQ is actively maintained and modified regularly.  All links should
-be up to date.
-<P>
-Changes are displayed on a monthly basis.  <EM>Months</EM>, for this
-purpose are defined as the 5th of the month through the 5th of the month.
-Preexisting questions that have been changed are marked as such.  Brand
-new questions are tagged.
-<P>
-All submissions are welcome.  E-mail submissions to Andreas Kaempf
-<A HREF="mailto:andreas@sccon.com">&lt;andreas@sccon.com&gt;</A>.
-Please make sure that <EM>XEmacs FAQ</EM> appears on the Subject: line.
-If you think you have a better way of
-answering a question, or think a question should be included, I'd
-like to hear about it.
-Questions and answers included into the FAQ
-will be edited for spelling and grammar, and will be attributed.  Answers
-appearing without attribution are either from versions of the FAQ
-dated before May
-1996, or are from one of the four people listed at the top of this
-document.  Answers quoted from Usenet news articles will always be
-attributed, regardless of the author.
-<H2><IMG SRC="grad_blu.gif" ALT="------------------------------"></H2>
-<H2><IMG SRC="cy_ball.gif" ALT="Subject: "><A NAME="Q1_1_2">Q1.1.2  How do I become a Beta Tester?</A></H2>
-Send an email message to <A HREF="mailto:xemacs-beta-request@xemacs.org">
-&lt;xemacs-beta-request@xemacs.org&gt;</A> with a subject line of subscribe.
-<P>
-Be prepared to get your hands dirty, as beta testers are expected to
-identify problems as best they can.
-<H2><IMG SRC="grad_blu.gif" ALT="------------------------------"></H2>
-<H2><IMG SRC="cy_ball.gif" ALT="Subject: "><A NAME="Q1_1_3">Q1.1.3  How do I contribute to XEmacs itself?</A></H2>
-Ben Wing &lt;ben@666.com&gt; writes:
-<P>
-BTW if you have a wish list of things that you want added, you have
-to speak up about it!  More specifically, you can do the following
-if you want a feature added (in increasing order of usefulness):
-<UL>
-<LI> Make a posting about a feature you want added
-<LI> Become a beta tester and make more postings about those same features
-<LI> Convince us that you're going to use the features in some cool and
-useful way
-<LI> Come up with a clear and well-thought-out API concerning the features
-<LI> Write the code to implement a feature and send us a patch
-</UL>
-(not that we're necessarily requiring you to write the code, but we
-can always hope :)
-<H2><IMG SRC="grad_blu.gif" ALT="------------------------------"></H2>
-<H1><IMG SRC="rd_ball.gif" ALT=""><A NAME="credits">1.2 Credits</A></H1>
-<BR>
-<H2><IMG SRC="grad_blu.gif" ALT="------------------------------"></H2>
-<H2><IMG SRC="cy_ball.gif" ALT="Subject: "><A NAME="Q1_2_1">Q1.2.1  Who wrote XEmacs?</A></H2>
-XEmacs is the result of the time and effort of many people.
-The developers responsible for the 19.15/20.0 release are:
-<UL>
-<LI> Martin Buchholz &lt;mrb@eng.sun.com&gt;
-<LI> Steve Baur &lt;steve@altair.xemacs.org&gt;
-</UL>
-The developers responsible for the 19.14 release are:
-<UL>
-<LI> Chuck Thompson &lt;cthomp@xemacs.org&gt;
-<IMG SRC="cthomp.gif" ALIGN=BOTTOM ALT="[Picture of Chuck Thompson]">
-<P> Chuck was Mr. XEmacs from 19.11 through 19.14, and is responsible for
-XEmacs becoming a widely distributed program over the Internet.
-<LI> Ben Wing &lt;ben@666.com&gt;
-<IMG SRC="wing.gif" ALIGN=BOTTOM ALT="[Picture of Ben Wing]">
-</UL>
-Jamie Zawinski was Mr. Lucid Emacs from 19.0 through 19.10,
-the last release actually named Lucid Emacs.  Richard Mlynarik
-was crucial to most of those releases.
-<UL>
-<LI> Jamie Zawinski &lt;jwz@netscape.com&gt;
-<IMG SRC="jwz.gif" ALIGN=BOTTOM ALT="[Picture of Jamie Zawinski]">
-<LI> Richard Mlynarik &lt;mly@adoc.xerox.com&gt;
-</UL>
-Along with many other contributors, partially enumerated in the
-<VAR>About XEmacs</VAR> option in the Help menu.
-<H2><IMG SRC="grad_blu.gif" ALT="------------------------------"></H2>
-<H2><IMG SRC="cy_ball.gif" ALT="Subject: "><A NAME="Q1_2_2">Q1.2.2  Who contributed to this version of the FAQ?</A></H2>
-The following people contributed valuable suggestions to building this
-version of the FAQ (listed in alphabetical order):
-<UL>
-<LI> <A HREF="mailto:steve@miranova.com">
-Steven L Baur &lt;steve@miranova.com&gt;</A>
-<LI> <A HREF="mailto:hniksic@srce.hr">
-Hrvoje Niksic &lt;hniksic@srce.hr&gt;</A>
-</UL>
-<H2><IMG SRC="grad_blu.gif" ALT="------------------------------"></H2>
-<H2><IMG SRC="cy_ball.gif" ALT="Subject: "><A NAME="Q1_2_3">Q1.2.3  Who contributed to the FAQ in the past?</A></H2>
-This is only a partial list, as many names were lost in a hard disk crash
-some time ago.
-<UL>
-<LI> <A HREF="mailto:abraham@dina.kvl.dk">
-Per Abrahamsen &lt;abraham@dina.kvl.dk&gt;</A>
-<LI> <A HREF="mailto:vladimir@cs.ualberta.ca">
-Vladimir Alexiev &lt;vladimir@cs.ualberta.ca&gt;</A>
-<LI> <A HREF="mailto:binge@aloft.att.com">
-Curtis.N.Bingham &lt;binge@aloft.att.com&gt;</A>
-<LI> <A HREF="mailto:Martin.Buchholz@sun.com"> 
-Martin Buchholz &lt;Martin.Buchholz@sun.com&gt;</A>
-<LI> <A HREF="mailto:rjc@cogsci.ed.ac.uk">
-Richard Caley &lt;rjc@cogsci.ed.ac.uk&gt;</A>
-<LI> <A HREF="mailto:briand@iccom.com">
-Brian Denheyer &lt;briand@iccom.com&gt;</A>
-<LI> <A HREF="mailto:wgd@martigny.ai.mit.edu">
-William G. Dubuque &lt;wgd@martigny.ai.mit.edu&gt;</A>
-<LI> <A HREF="mailto:eeide@cs.utah.edu">
-Eric Eide &lt;eeide@cs.utah.edu&gt;</A>
-<LI> <A HREF="mailto:fcg@philabs.Philips.COM">
-&lt;fcg@philabs.Philips.COM&gt;</A>
-<LI> <A HREF="mailto:cflatter@nrao.edu">
-Chris Flatters &lt;cflatter@nrao.edu&gt;</A>
-<LI> <A HREF="mailto:ginsparg@adra.com">
-Evelyn Ginsparg &lt;ginsparg@adra.com&gt;</A>
-<LI> <A HREF="mailto:gutschk@ESCHER.UNI-MUENSTER.DE">
-Markus Gutschke &lt;gutschk@ESCHER.UNI-MUENSTER.DE&gt;</A>
-<LI> <A HREF="mailto:hall@aplcenmp.apl.jhu.edu">
-Marty Hall &lt;hall@aplcenmp.apl.jhu.edu&gt;</A>
-<LI> <A HREF="mailto:dak@fsnif.neuroinformatik.ruhr-uni-bochum.de">
-David Kastrup &lt;dak@fsnif.neuroinformatik.ruhr-uni-bochum.de&gt;</A>
-<LI> <A HREF="mailto:nataliek@rd.scitec.com.au">
-Natalie Kershaw &lt;nataliek@rd.scitec.com.au&gt;</A>
-<LI> <A HREF="mailto:arup+@cmu.edu">
-Arup Mukherjee &lt;arup+@cmu.edu&gt;</A>
-<LI> <A HREF="mailto:nickel@prz.tu-berlin.de">
-Juergen Nickelsen &lt;nickel@prz.tu-berlin.de&gt;</A>
-<LI> <A HREF="mailto:powell@csl.ncsa.uiuc.edu">
-Kevin R. Powell &lt;powell@csl.ncsa.uiuc.edu&gt;</A>
-<LI> <A HREF="mailto:stig@hackvan.com">
-Stig &lt;stig@hackvan.com&gt;</A>
-<LI> <A HREF="mailto:turner@lanl.gov">
-John Turner &lt;turner@lanl.gov&gt;</A>
-<LI> <A HREF="mailto:DvdS@eden.com">
-David Vanderschel &lt;DvdS@eden.com&gt;</A>
-<LI> <A HREF="mailto:ave@niksula.hut.fi">
-Aki Vehtari &lt;ave@niksula.hut.fi&gt;</A>
-</UL>
-<H2><IMG SRC="grad_blu.gif" ALT="------------------------------"></H2>
-<H1><IMG SRC="rd_ball.gif" ALT=""><A NAME="internationalization">1.3 Internationalization</A></H1>
-<BR>
-<H2><IMG SRC="grad_blu.gif" ALT="------------------------------"></H2>
-<H2><IMG SRC="cy_ball.gif" ALT="Subject: "><A NAME="Q1_3_1">Q1.3.1 What is the status of XEmacs v20?</A></H2>
+  <HEAD>
+    <TITLE>XEmacs Editor FAQ [1/6]</TITLE>
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+    <H1>XEmacs FAQ [1/6]</H1>
+    <BR>
+    <H2><IMG SRC="grad_blu.gif" ALT="------------------------------"></H2>
+    <H2><IMG SRC="rd_ball.gif" ALT="Subject: ">Introduction</H2>
+    <P>
+      This is the guide to the XEmacs Frequently Asked Questions list it is 
+      a compendium of questions and answers pertaining to one of the finest
+      programs ever written.  It is much more than just a Text Editor.
+    <P>
+      Learning XEmacs is a lifelong activity.  I've been using Emacs for
+      over a decade now, and I'm still discovering new features.  Therefore
+      this document cannot be complete.  Instead it is aimed at the person
+      who is either considering XEmacs for their own use, or has just
+      obtained it and is wondering what to do next.  It is also useful as a
+      reference to available resources.
+    <P>
+      The previous maintainer of the FAQ was Anthony Rossini
+      &lt;rossini@stat.sc.edu&gt;, who started it, after getting tired of
+      hearing JWZ complain about repeatedly having to answer questions.
+      Ben Wing &lt;ben@666.com&gt; and Chuck Thompson &lt;cthomp@xemacs.org&gt;, the
+      principal authors of XEmacs, then took over and Ben did a massive update
+      reorganizing the whole thing.  At which point Anthony took back over, but
+      then had to give it up again .  Some of the other contributors to this
+      FAQ are listed later in this document.
+    <P>
+      The previous version was converted to hypertext format, and edited by 
+      Steven L. Baur &lt;steve@altair.xemacs.org&gt;.  
+    <P>
+      Since Steve Baur is so busy putting out multiple versions of XEmacs I
+      have taken on the task of maintaining the FAQ.  I use XEmacs on a daily
+      basis and I wanted to give something back to the community that has made
+      XEmacs possible.  If you notice any errors or items which should be
+      added or amended to this FAQ please send email to Andreas Kaempf
+      &lt;andreas@sccon.com&gt;. Include XEmacs FAQ on the Subject: line.
+    <P>
+      This FAQ is freely redistributable.  I take no liability for the
+      correctness and safety of any procedures or advice given
+      here.  This FAQ is distributed in the hope that it will
+      be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the
+      implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A
+      PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
+    <P>
+      If you have a Web browser, the official hypertext version is at:
+      <A HREF="http://www.sccon.com/~andreas/xemacs-faq.html">&lt;http://www.sccon.com/~andreas/xemacs-faq.html&gt;</A>,
+      and also at:
+      <A HREF="http://www.xemacs.org/faq/xemacs-faq.html">&lt;http://www.xemacs.org/faq/xemacs-faq.html&gt;</A>.
+      This version is much nicer than the unofficial hypertext
+      versions that are archived at Utrecht, Oxford, Smart Pages,
+      and other FAQ archives.
+    <P>
+      Changes this month:<BR>
+    <P>
+      This file was last modified on Feburary 23, 1998.
+      <BR>
+    <H2><IMG SRC="grad_blu.gif" ALT="------------------------------"></H2>
+    <H2><IMG SRC="rd_ball.gif" ALT="Subject: "><A NAME="Roadmap">Roadmap</A></H2>
+    <UL>
+      <LI> <A HREF="#xemacs">Introduction, Policy, Credits.</A><IMG SRC="lcylarrw.gif" ALT="[You are here]">
+        <UL>
+          <LI> <A HREF="#introduction">1.0 Introduction</A>
+            <UL>
+              <LI><A HREF="#Q1_0_1">Q1.0.1</A> What is XEmacs?
+              <LI><A HREF="#Q1_0_2">Q1.0.2</A> What is the current version of XEmacs?
+              <LI><A HREF="#Q1_0_3">Q1.0.3</A> Where can I find it?
+              <LI><A HREF="#Q1_0_4">Q1.0.4</A> Why Another Version of Emacs
+              <LI><A hREF="#Q1_0_5">Q1.0.5</A> Why Haven't XEmacs and GNU Emacs Merged?
+              <LI><A HREF="#Q1_0_6">Q1.0.6</A> Where can I get help?
+              <LI><A HREF="#Q1_0_7">Q1.0.7</A> Where is the mailing list archived?
+              <LI><A HREF="#Q1_0_8">Q1.0.8</A> How do you pronounce XEmacs?
+              <LI><A HREF="#Q1_0_9">Q1.0.9</A> What does XEmacs look like?
+              <LI><A HREF="#Q1_0_10">Q1.0.10</A> Is there a port of XEmacs to Microsoft ('95 or NT)?
+              <LI><A HREF="#Q1_0_11">Q1.0.11</A> Is there a port of XEmacs to the Macintosh?
+              <LI><A HREF="#Q1_0_12">Q1.0.12</A> Is there a port of XEmacs to NextStep?
+              <LI><A HREF="#Q1_0_13">Q1.0.13</A> Is there a port of XEmacs to OS/2?
+              <LI><A HREF="#Q1_0_14">Q1.0.14</A> Where can I obtain a printed copy of the XEmacs users manual?
+            </UL>
+          <LI> <A HREF="#policy">1.1 Policies</A>
+            <UL>
+              <LI><A HREF="#Q1_1_1">Q1.1.1</A> What is the FAQ editorial policy?
+              <LI><A HREF="#Q1_1_2">Q1.1.2</A> How do I become a Beta Tester?
+              <LI><A HREF="#Q1_1_3">Q1.1.3</A> How do I contribute to XEmacs itself?
+            </UL>
+          <LI> <A HREF="#credits">1.2 Credits</A>
+            <UL>
+              <LI><A HREF="#Q1_2_1">Q1.2.1</A> Who wrote XEmacs?
+              <LI><A HREF="#Q1_2_2">Q1.2.2</A> Who contributed to this version of the FAQ?
+              <LI><A HREF="#Q1_2_3">Q1.2.3</A> Who contributed to the FAQ in the past?
+            </UL>
+          <LI> <A HREF="#internationalization">1.3 Internationalization</A>
+            <UL>
+              <LI><A HREF="#Q1_3_1">Q1.3.1</A> What is the status of XEmacs v20?
+              <LI><A HREF="#Q1_3_2">Q1.3.2</A> What is the status of Asian-language support, aka <VAR>MULE</VAR>?
+              <LI><A HREF="#Q1_3_3">Q1.3.3</A> I speak a language that uses a lot of non-ASCII characters. How do I type them in?
+              <LI><A HREF="#Q1_3_4">Q1.3.4</A> Can I get the messages output by XEmacs to come out in a different language?
+              <LI><A HREF="#Q1_3_5">Q1.3.5</A> Please explain the various input methods in MULE/XEmacs 20.0
+              <LI><A HREF="#Q1_3_6">Q1.3.6</A> How do I portably code for MULE/XEmacs 20.0?
+              <LI><A HREF="#Q1_3_7">Q1.3.7</A> How about Cyrillic Modes?
+            </UL>
+          <LI> <A HREF="#backup">1.4 Getting Started, Backing up & Recovery</A>
+            <UL>
+              <LI><A HREF="#Q1_4_1">Q1.4.1</A> What is a <VAR>.emacs</VAR> and is there one I can look at so I can build my own?
+              <LI><A HREF="#Q1_4_2">Q1.4.2</A> Can I use the same <VAR>.emacs</VAR> with the other Emacs?
+              <LI><A HREF="#Q1_4_3">Q1.4.3</A> Any good XEmacs tutorials around?
+              <LI><A HREF="#Q1_4_4">Q1.4.4</A> May I see an example of an XEmacs Lisp function that does something with text near the cursor?
+              <LI><A HREF="#Q1_4_5">Q1.4.5</A> And how do I bind it to a key?
+              <LI><A HREF="#Q1_4_6">Q1.4.6</A> What's the difference between a macro and a function?
+              <LI><A HREF="#Q1_4_7">Q1.4.7</A> How come options saved with 19.13 don't work with 19.14 or later?
+            </UL>
+        </UL>
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-installation.html#Roadmap">Installation and Trouble Shooting</A>
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-customization.html#Roadmap">Customization and Options</A>
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-subsystems.html#Roadmap">Major Subsystems</A>
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-miscellaneous.html#Roadmap">Miscellaneous</A>
+      <LI> <A HREF="xemacs-current.html#Roadmap">Current Events</A>
+    </UL>
+    <HR>
+    <H1><IMG SRC="rd_ball.gif" ALT="">
+      <A NAME="introduction">1.0 Introduction</A></H1>
+    <BR>
+    <H2><IMG SRC="grad_blu.gif" ALT="------------------------------"></H2>
+    <H2><IMG SRC="cy_ball.gif" ALT="Subject: "><A NAME="Q1_0_1">Q1.0.1  What is XEmacs?</A></H2>
+    An alternative to GNU Emacs, originally based on an early alpha version
+    of FSF's version 19, and has diverged quite a bit since then.  XEmacs was
+    known as Lucid Emacs through version
+    19.10.  Almost all features of GNU Emacs are supported in XEmacs
+    The maintainers of XEmacs actively track changes to GNU Emacs
+    while also working to add new features.
+    <H2><IMG SRC="grad_blu.gif" ALT="------------------------------"></H2>
+    <H2><IMG SRC="cy_ball.gif" ALT="Subject: "><A NAME="Q1_0_2">Q1.0.2  What is the current version of XEmacs?</A></H2>
+    The current stable version of XEmacs is 20.3, released in December, 1997.
+    <P>
+      The next feature release will be XEmacs 20.4.
+    <P>
+      XEmacs 19.16 was the last release of v19, released in November, 1997,
+      which was also the last version without international language support.
+    <P>
+    <H2><IMG SRC="grad_blu.gif" ALT="------------------------------"></H2>
+    <H2><IMG SRC="cy_ball.gif" ALT="Subject: "><A NAME="Q1_0_3">Q1.0.3  Where can I find it?</A></H2>
+    The canonical source and binaries is found via anonymous FTP at
+    <A HREF="ftp://ftp.xemacs.org/pub/xemacs/">
+      &lt;ftp://ftp.xemacs.org:/pub/xemacs/&gt;</A>
+    <H2><IMG SRC="grad_blu.gif" ALT="------------------------------"></H2>
+    <H2><IMG SRC="cy_ball.gif" ALT="Subject: "><A NAME="Q1_0_4">Q1.0.4  Why Another Version of Emacs</A></H2>
+    For a detailed description of the differences between GNU Emacs and
+    XEmacs and a detailed history of XEmacs, check out the
+    <A HREF="http://www.xemacs.org/NEWS.html">
+      &lt;http://www.xemacs.org/NEWS.html&gt;</A> file.  However,
+    here is a list of some of the reasons why we think you might consider
+    using it:
+    <UL>
+      <LI> It looks nicer.
+      <LI> The XEmacs maintainers are generally more receptive to suggestions than
+        the GNU Emacs maintainers.
+      <LI> Many more bundled packages than GNU Emacs
+      <LI> Binaries are available for many common operating systems.
+      <LI> Face support on TTY's.
+      <LI> A built-in toolbar.
+      <LI> Better Motif compliance.
+      <LI> Some internationalization support (full MULE support starting with 20.0).
+      <LI> Variable-width fonts.
+      <LI> Variable-height lines.
+      <LI> Marginal annotations.
+      <LI> ToolTalk support.
+      <LI> XEmacs can be used as an Xt widget, and can be embedded within another
+        application.
+      <LI> Horizontal and vertical scrollbars (using real toolkit scrollbars)
+      <LI> Better APIs (and performance) for attaching fonts, colors, and other
+        properties to text.
+      <LI> The ability to embed arbitrary graphics in a buffer.
+      <LI> Completely compatible (at the C level) with the Xt-based toolkits.
+      <LI> First production Web Browser supporting Style Sheets
+    </UL>
+    <H2><IMG SRC="grad_blu.gif" ALT="------------------------------"></H2>
+    <H2><IMG SRC="cy_ball.gif" ALT="Subject: "><A NAME="Q1_0_5">Q1.0.5  Why Haven't XEmacs and GNU Emacs Merged?</A></H2>
+    There are currently irreconcilable differences in the views
+    about technical, programming, design and organizational matters
+    between RMS and the XEmacs development team which provide
+    little hope for a merge to take place in the short-term
+    future.
+    <P>
+      If you have a comment to add regarding the merge, it is a good idea
+      to avoid posting to the newsgroups, because of the very heated flamewars
+      that often result.  Mail your questions to <A HREF="mailto:xemacs-beta@xemacs.org">&lt;xemacs-beta@xemacs.org&gt;</A> and<A HREF="mailto:bug-gnu-emacs@prep.ai.mit.edu">&lt;bug-gnu-emacs@prep.ai.mit.edu&gt;</A>.
+    <H2><IMG SRC="grad_blu.gif" ALT="------------------------------"></H2>
+    <H2><IMG SRC="cy_ball.gif" ALT="Subject: "><A NAME="Q1_0_6">Q1.0.6  Where can I get help?</A></H2>
+    Probably the easiest way, if everything is installed, is to use info, by
+    pressing <CODE>C-h i</CODE>, or selecting <EM>Emacs Info</EM> from the
+    Help Menu.
+    Also, <CODE>M-x apropos</CODE> will look for commands for you.
+    <P>
+      Try reading this FAQ, examining the regular GNU Emacs FAQ (which can be
+      found with the Emacs 19 distribution) as well as at
+      <A HREF="http://www.eecs.nwu.edu/emacs/faq/">
+        &lt;http://www.eecs.nwu.edu/emacs/faq/&gt;</A>
+      and reading the Usenet group
+      <A HREF="news:comp.emacs.xemacs">comp.emacs.xemacs</A>.
+      If that does not help, try posting your
+      question to <A HREF="news:comp.emacs.xemacs">comp.emacs.xemacs</A>.
+      Please <STRONG>Do Not</STRONG> post XEmacs related questions to
+      <A HREF="news:gnu.emacs.help">gnu.emacs.help</A>.
+    <P>
+      If you cannot post or read
+      Usenet news, there is a corresponding mailing list which is available.
+      It can be subscribed to by sending a message with a subject of
+      <VAR>subscribe</VAR> to
+      <A HREF="mailto:xemacs-request@xemacs.org">xemacs-request@xemacs.org</A>
+      for subscription information and 
+      <A HREF="mailto:xemacs@xemacs.org">xemacs@xemacs.org</A>
+      to send messages to the list.
+    <P>
+      To cancel a subscription, <STRONG>you must</STRONG> use the
+      xemacs-request address.  Send a message with a subject of
+      <VAR>unsubscribe</VAR> to be removed.
+    <H2><IMG SRC="grad_blu.gif" ALT="------------------------------"></H2>
+    <H2><IMG SRC="cy_ball.gif" ALT="Subject: "><A NAME="Q1_0_7">Q1.0.7  Where is the mailing list archived?</A></H2>
+    The mailing list is archived in the directory
+    <A HREF="ftp://ftp.xemacs.org/pub/mlists/">
+      &lt;ftp://ftp.xemacs.org:/pub/xemacs/mlists/&gt;</A>.
+    <P>
+      However, this archive is out of date.  The current mailing list
+      server supports an `archive' feature, which may be utilized.
+    <H2><IMG SRC="grad_blu.gif" ALT="------------------------------"></H2>
+    <H2><IMG SRC="cy_ball.gif" ALT="Subject: "><A NAME="Q1_0_8">Q1.0.8  How do you pronounce XEmacs?</A></H2>
+    I pronounce it <SAMP>Eks eemax</SAMP>.
+    <H2><IMG SRC="grad_blu.gif" ALT="------------------------------"></H2>
+    <H2><IMG SRC="cy_ball.gif" ALT="Subject: "><A NAME="Q1_0_9">Q1.0.9  What does XEmacs look like?</A></H2>
+    Here are some Screen Snapshots:
+    <UL>
+      <LI> <A HREF="splash.gif">The Splash Screen</A>
+      <LI> <A HREF="c-mode.gif">C Mode</A>
+      <LI> <A HREF="sample.emacs.gif">Emacs Lisp Mode</A>
+      <LI> <A HREF="wingpsgml-mode.gif">Wing-enhanced Psgml Mode</A>
+      <LI> W3, the Web Browser (Two snapshots courtesy of William Perry 
+        &lt;wmperry@monolith.spry.com&gt;).
+        <OL>
+          <LI> <A HREF="gnuscape.jpg">W3 Home Page</A>
+          <LI> <A HREF="hwg.gif">HTML Writers Guild</A>
+          <LI> <A HREF="iu.jpg">University of Indiana</A>
+        </OL>
+      <LI> <A HREF="gnus-topics.gif">Gnus 5, the News and Mail Reader</A>
+      <LI> <A HREF="vm.gif">VM, the Mail Reader</A>
+      <LI> <A HREF="ediff.gif">Ediff (File Differences)</A>
+    </UL>
+    <H2><IMG SRC="grad_blu.gif" ALT="------------------------------"></H2>
+    <H2><IMG SRC="cy_ball.gif" ALT="Subject: "><A NAME="Q1_0_10">Q1.0.10  Is there a port of XEmacs to Microsoft ('95 or NT)?</A></H2>
+    Thanks to efforts of many people, coordinated by David Hobley <A
+                                                                     HREF="mailto:davidh@wr.com.au">&lt;davidh@wr.com.au&gt;</A> and Marc
+    Paquette <A HREF="mailto:marcpa@cam.org">&lt;marcpa@cam.org&gt;</A>,
+    beta versions of XEmacs now run on 32-bit Windows platforms (NT and
+    95).  The current betas require having an X server to run XEmacs;
+    however, a native NT/95 port is in alpha.
+    <P>
+      The NT development is now coordinated by a mailing list at <A
+                                                                    HREF="mailto:xemacs-nt@xemacs.org">&lt;xemacs-nt@xemacs.org&gt;</A>.
+      If you are willing to contribute or want to follow the progress, mail
+      to <A
+            HREF="mailto:xemacs-nt-request@xemacs.org">&lt;xemacs-nt-request@xemacs.org&gt;</A>
+      to subscribe.
+    <P>
+      Furthermore, Altrasoft is seeking corporate and government sponsors
+      to help fund a fully native port of XEmacs to Windows 95 and NT using
+      full-time, senior-level staff working under a professionally managed
+      project structure.
+    <P>
+      See <A HREF="http://www.altrasoft.com/">&lt;http://www.altrasoft.com/&gt;</A>
+      for more details or contact Altrasoft directly at 1-888-ALTSOFT.
+    <P>
+      The closest is <EM>Win-Emacs</EM>, which is based on Lucid
+      Emacs 19.6.  Available from <A HREF="http://www.pearlsoft.com/">
+        &lt;http://www.pearlsoft.com/&gt;</A>.
+    <P>
+      There's a port of GNU Emacs (not XEmacs) at<BR>
+      <A HREF="http://www.cs.washington.edu/homes/voelker/ntemacs.html">
+        &lt;http://www.cs.washington.edu/homes/voelker/ntemacs.html&gt;</A>.
+    <H2><IMG SRC="grad_blu.gif" ALT="------------------------------"></H2>
+    <H2><IMG SRC="cy_ball.gif" ALT="Subject: "><A NAME="Q1_0_11">Q1.0.11  Is there a port of XEmacs to the Macintosh?</A></H2>
+    There has been a port to the MachTen environment of XEmacs 19.13, but no
+    patches have been submitted to the maintainers to get this in the mainstream
+    distribution.
+    <H2><IMG SRC="grad_blu.gif" ALT="------------------------------"></H2>
+    <H2><IMG SRC="cy_ball.gif" ALT="Subject: "><A NAME="Q1_0_12">Q1.0.12  Is there a port of XEmacs to NextStep?</A></H2>
+    Carl Edman, apparently no longer at &lt;cedman@princeton.edu&gt;,
+    did the port of FSF Emacs to NeXTstep and
+    expressed interest in doing the XEmacs port, but never went any farther.
+    <H2><IMG SRC="grad_blu.gif" ALT="------------------------------"></H2>
+    <H2><IMG SRC="cy_ball.gif" ALT="Subject: "><A NAME="Q1_0_13">Q1.0.13  Is there a port of XEmacs to OS/2?</A></H2>
+    No, and there is no news of anyone working on it.
+    <H2><IMG SRC="grad_blu.gif" ALT="------------------------------"></H2>
+    <H2><IMG SRC="cy_ball.gif" ALT="Subject: "><A NAME="Q1_0_14">Q1.0.14 Where can I obtain a printed copy of the XEmacs users manual? </A></H2>
+    InfoDock Associates, a firm specializing in Emacs-related support and
+    development, will be maintaining the XEmacs user manual.  The firm plans
+    to begin publishing printed copies of the manual soon.
+    <P>
+      Web:     <A HREF="http://www.xemacs.com">&lt;http://www.xemacs.com&gt;</A>
+    <P>       E-mail:  <A HREF="mailto:info@xemacs.com">&lt;info@xemacs.com&gt;</A>
+    <P>       Tel:     +1 408 243 3300
+    <H2><IMG SRC="grad_blu.gif" ALT="------------------------------"></H2>
+    <H1><IMG SRC="rd_ball.gif" ALT=""><A NAME="policy">1.1 Policy</A></H1>
+    <BR>
+    <H2><IMG SRC="grad_blu.gif" ALT="------------------------------"></H2>
+    <H2><IMG SRC="cy_ball.gif" ALT="Subject: "><A NAME="Q1_1_1">Q1.1.1  What is the FAQ editorial policy?</A></H2>
+    The FAQ is actively maintained and modified regularly.  All links should
+    be up to date.
+    <P>
+      Changes are displayed on a monthly basis.  <EM>Months</EM>, for this
+      purpose are defined as the 5th of the month through the 5th of the month.
+      Preexisting questions that have been changed are marked as such.  Brand
+      new questions are tagged.
+    <P>
+      All submissions are welcome.  E-mail submissions to Andreas Kaempf
+      <A HREF="mailto:andreas@sccon.com">&lt;andreas@sccon.com&gt;</A>.
+      Please make sure that <EM>XEmacs FAQ</EM> appears on the Subject: line.
+      If you think you have a better way of
+      answering a question, or think a question should be included, I'd
+      like to hear about it.
+      Questions and answers included into the FAQ
+      will be edited for spelling and grammar, and will be attributed.  Answers
+      appearing without attribution are either from versions of the FAQ
+      dated before May
+      1996, or are from one of the four people listed at the top of this
+      document.  Answers quoted from Usenet news articles will always be
+      attributed, regardless of the author.
+    <H2><IMG SRC="grad_blu.gif" ALT="------------------------------"></H2>
+    <H2><IMG SRC="cy_ball.gif" ALT="Subject: "><A NAME="Q1_1_2">Q1.1.2  How do I become a Beta Tester?</A></H2>
+    Send an email message to <A HREF="mailto:xemacs-beta-request@xemacs.org">
+      &lt;xemacs-beta-request@xemacs.org&gt;</A> with a subject line of subscribe.
+    <P>
+      Be prepared to get your hands dirty, as beta testers are expected to
+      identify problems as best they can.
+    <H2><IMG SRC="grad_blu.gif" ALT="------------------------------"></H2>
+    <H2><IMG SRC="cy_ball.gif" ALT="Subject: "><A NAME="Q1_1_3">Q1.1.3  How do I contribute to XEmacs itself?</A></H2>
+    Ben Wing &lt;ben@666.com&gt; writes:
+    <P>
+      BTW if you have a wish list of things that you want added, you have
+      to speak up about it!  More specifically, you can do the following