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Emacs built on the Mac OS supports many of its major features:
multiple frames, colors, scroll bars, menu bars, use of the mouse,
fontsets, international characters, input methods, coding systems, and
synchronous subprocesses (
call-process). Much of this works in
the same way as on other platforms and is therefore documented in the
rest of this manual. This section describes the peculiarities of using
Emacs under the Mac OS.
The following features of Emacs are not yet supported on the Mac:
dump-emacs), asynchronous subprocesses
start-process), and networking (
As a result, packages such as Gnus, GUD, and Comint do not work.
Since external programs to handle commands such as
diff are not available on the Mac OS,
they are not supported in the Mac OS version.
AG.1 Keyboard Input on the Mac Keyboard input on the Mac. AG.2 International Character Set Support on the Mac International character sets on the Mac. AG.3 Environment Variables and Command Line Arguments. Setting environment variables for Emacs. AG.4 Volumes and Directories on the Mac Volumes and directories on the Mac. AG.5 Specifying Fonts on the Mac Specifying fonts on the Mac. AG.6 Mac-Specific Lisp Functions Mac-specific Lisp functions.
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