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I've found this nice piece of Emacs lisp that uses diff to compare outputs of export command before and after sourcing, and then calls setenv function accordingly: https://gist.github.com/ffevotte/9345586


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Thank you so much @enzotib for your solution ! Just as an addition to your solution, here is a way to make it explicitly callable by the user: ;; M-x display-ansi-colors to explicitly decode ANSI color escape sequences ...


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I had the same problem as yours (a linux with some "securizations") I carried out an already installed version, on the same Linux OS (all the /usr/share/emacs and /usr/libexec trees and all the /usr/bin/emacs* files) and put it on the securized machine. After running emacs24-x, it claimed for a shared library (.so) i cannot remember which one ... I have ...


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I don't understand how fasd works, but your alias doesn't make sense. alias fed="fasd -e emacsclient -c -a " You're passing emacsclient as an argument to the -e option, then -c and -a are more options passed to fasd. The final space means that the word after the alias will undergo alias expansion, e.g. fed a foo expands to fasd -e emacsclient -c -a fasd ...


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Though according to the documentation an alias should have worked, I solved the problem by creating a shell function and passing the fasd search phrase as an argument. fed() { emacsclient -c -a '' `fasd -f -a $1`; } Instead of telling fasd to open the file in emacsclient, I just have fasd return the path to emacsclient.


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Thank to @jasonwryan's comment, I did some search and found the solution in this link (Icecube63 comment). I post it literally here just in case the link is unavailable: 'There is a typo in ~/.config/gtk-3.0/settings.ini. It should be lowercase, not "Breeze": [Settings] gtk-theme-name=breeze gtk-icon-theme-name=breeze After changing all gtk3 applications ...



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