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From: Christoph Bauer <c_bauer@i...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] How to change "compile-command" in ocaml's emacs mode?
"SooHyoung Oh" <> writes:

> I'm a beginner on emacs.
> In these days, I'm trying to use emacs instead of "vi".
> When compiling ocaml files in BSD, I'd like to use "gmake" in emacs instead of "make -k".
> I found that the "compile-command" variable is related with C-c C-c key,
> but I don't know how.

Append the line

  (setq compile-command "gmake")

to your ~/.emacs. Please ask emacs related questions in

Christoph Bauer

beginfig(1)u=3cm;draw fullcircle scaled 2u;x0=x1=y1=x2=y3=0;-y0=y2=x3=1u;
filldraw z0..{left}z1{left}..z2{curl 1}..z3..z0..cycle;def t(expr p)=fullcircle
scaled .25u shifted(0,p*u);enddef;unfill t(.5);fill t(-.5);endfig;bye

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