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bug#4724: 23.1; emacsclient: Specify desired terminal type instead of us
bug#4724: 23.1; emacsclient: Specify desired terminal type instead of using `-c'
Wed, 14 Oct 2009 22:41:08 +0200
emacsclient -e "(remember-other-frame)"
for quick note-taking.
I use this together with an advice around remember-other-frame (similar to ),
such that finishing or cancelling the note deletes the frame and lets me
seamlessly resume my workflow.
However, this only works in a graphical environment if there is already an
emacsclient -c ...
running, as otherwise emacs throws
*ERROR*: Unknown terminal type
Even more, running
emacsclient -c -e "(remember-other-frame)"
opens two frames: the one coming from the `emacsclient -c' and the one created
This is specially annoying, as cancelling the note (C-g) deletes both frames,
but finishing the note (C-c C-c) just deletes the remember frame.
So, could it be possible to tell `emacsclient' which terminal type to use
without instructing it to open a new frame for itself?
"And it's much the same thing with knowledge, for whenever you learn
something new, the whole world becomes that much richer."
-- The Princess of Pure Reason, as told by Norton Juster in The Phantom
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