This article describes how to build CarbonEmacsPackage by yourself.

System Requirements

Obtaining the source codes

For the release versions, visit .

Also, the latest source codes are managed by subversion.

 $ svn checkout

Directory layout

 $ ls

Building an Intel (or PowerPC) build

Try ‘make’ in the following way. First, expand the source code and apply various patches to the source tree.

 $ make patch

Next, try compile. It may take long time.

 $ make compile

Prepare a disk image file and then install emacs into it. If you fail something, unmount the “Emacs” voulme.

 $ make dmg
 $ make install

Compile the various elisp libraries and install them into the “Emacs” disk. If you like, you can edit the “pkg:” section in the Makefile.

 $ make pkg

Now is in the “Emacs” volume. You can copy it to your application folder, if you want.

To make the “Emacs” volume fancy, try

 $ make icon

Compress the disk image file and unmount the “Emacs” volume.

 $ make done

Now you will see a new disk image file, whose filename is CarbonEmacs-powerpc-($date).dmg or CarbonEmacs-i386-($date).dmg.

Making Universal Binary Package

(document forthcoming)

Redistributing your own package

Redistributing your own package is welcome. Before compiling, you should edit “VERSION” section in the Makefile, the readme file (Resources/ReadMe.txt) and the contact URLs in carbon-emacs-package.el file. Of course I am very happy if you feedback your enhancements to Carbon Emacs User Group .