Re: help with yes and yarn please!!!
From: Jens Bertrams (Bertrams@pprz02.hrz.Uni-Marburg.DE)
Date: Mon, 17 Feb 1997 06:53:45 +0100
In article <33076CBF.E14@xs4all.nl>,
"Ben C. O. Grimm - Libertatis Praesidium NL -" <BenGrimm@xs4all.nl> wrote:
>This is where you go wrong. In the Yarn config file, you must point your
>editor to the YES executable. Yes positions itself between Yarn and your
>editor to add headers and signatures. Then it passes the message on to the
>"true editor". This is done by the next line in the YES config file:
>true_editor = c:\utils\q.exe
>This setting is correct.
>So, once again for clarity:
>if you're using YES, make it your editor in the Yarn config file.
Sorry, I knew that, for I used yes for a long time. I had to remove yes,
so I sent you the wrong config gile. Assume that your settings are
correct! But that does *not* solve the problem of overwriting the
headers from yarn by yes!
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