I have 2 questions about using CVS-Emacs:
1. Since my customization files have grown over the years I would like
to start a second branch for my ~/.emacs file while still being able
to use Emacs 21.2 with the old config-files (Obviously many things
have changed.. judging from the size of the backtrace).
How do I tell the 'new' Emacs to use a different start-file
Or maybe the better question: how do you guys handle the problem
between different versions?
2. I had no problem installing CVS-Gnus 5.10 to work with my 'old'
Emacs. How do I get the new Gnus working with the new Emacs?
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| GNU Emacs 21.3.50 (i686-pc-linux-gnu, X toolkit, Xaw3d scroll bars) of 2003-08-20 on trurl
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15. ssh-cvs in emacs