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Hello,
I got a file from the internet about set the load-path for loading a emacs module.
(setq load-path
    (nconc'(
        "/usr/local/jde-2.2.1"
        )
        load-path))
(require 'jde)
However, it keep saying that cannot find jde.el module.  So can anybody tell me what have I done wrong ?
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1) Does /usr/local/jde-2.2.1 exist (Sorry, don't want to be offensive, just asking).
2) Type CNTRL-h v (describe variable), then type in the mini window "load-path". You should see the current state of load-path in a window. Does it contain /usr/local/jde-2.2.1? If not, tell me and I'll try to help further.
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by:andrewma
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I am sorry.  I give a wrong version number. Thanks your information anyway.
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