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Just create an alias for it. Add this line to your shell's initialization file (~/.bashrc if you're using bash): alias emacs24='XMODIFIERS=@im=none emacs24' Then, launching emacs24 will actually run XMODIFIERS=@im=none emacs24.


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To untabify the whole buffer upon opening a file that uses web-mode, you could add something like this to your init file: (add-hook 'web-mode-hook (lambda () (untabify (point-min) (point-max)))) This assumes that web-mode is the name of the mode you want this setting to apply to; adjust to taste.


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You can set the language environment to Russian. M-x set-language-environment If you than open your file it should be readable.


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Try the following. M-x query-replace-regexp RET \(^.*{$\) RET .newclass \1 RET The actual regexp I am using for matching is ^.*{$ to match full lines the end with a { so the I can prepend the new class. It is enclosed within \( and \) so that the captured group can be reused in the Replace pattern. In the replace pattern we use \1 to refer to the ...


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You can remove /opt/emacs as you have asked configure to install everything in /opt/emacs or run make uninstall which is safer one.



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