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An indirect solution I'm currently using is M-!, and type open . in the mini-buffer, which opens the directory in the system-default application, which is Path Finder on my computer.
After a little guidance from Mark (see comments above). What I did was to create a file in my bin with the name emacs and with the the following contents ... /Applications/Emacs.app/Contents/MacOS/Emacs "$@" then chmod 755 emacs and I am up and running from the command line with a new shiny Emacs 24.4 and ignoring the built-in Emacs 22
Installation via the source isn't so bad, but there is very little documentation on how to install for your specific type of Emacs install on OS X. While in the makeconfig file there are several presets for some types of installations on Mac (you just have to uncomment them), there aren't any written for an Emacs installation via Homebrew which tends to be ...
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