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I created a MINGW PKGBUILD file for native compilation Emacs. You can find it here. A MINGW package is also available as a pre-release version here. The request for merging this into MINGW-packages main fork (thus making Emacs native comp available via MINGW's pacman) was not approved, because native compilation is still an experimental feature. So for now, ...


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Short answer, pass the relative file path to the cli. See documentation of file-relative-name. Long answer, As I can see in first paragraph. The shell is DOS shell. When current work directory is "c:\Users\TR\Desktop\emacs-27.2-x86_64\bin\GAMES\game3", you can run "love" (note it's relative path) without any problem. But when you run M-x ...


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Learn about backslashes in strings. And learn about manipulating file names. The result of evaluating this is presumably the absolute file name that you want for your program: (expand-file-name "love" "c:\\Users\\TR\\Desktop\\emacs-27.2-x86_64\\bin\\GAMES\\game3") That is: (expand-file-name "love" (file-name-directory (buffer-...


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