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Re: emacs(client|server) vs. gnu(client|server)

From: Sven Utcke
Subject: Re: emacs(client|server) vs. gnu(client|server)
Date: 17 Sep 2002 12:22:50 +0200

address@hidden (Kai  =?iso-8859-15?q?Gro=DFjohann?=) writes:

> Both started from the same base and then diverged.  gnuclient can
> contact an Emacs running on another host for editing files.  

Talking about which: I normally sit in front of kogs31, and have
gnuclient set up in such a way that if I am logged into another
machine (kogs2, say) via ssh, if I edit a file there an emacs frame
pops up on kogs31.

So far so well.  But yesterday I then moved bodily to kogs2, and
needed to edit something on the display of kogs2.  I _thought_ I would
be able to use gnuclient to signal the emacs on kogs31 to open a
window on kogs2 to let me edit, but not so.  So, does this mean that
the above can not be done, or only that I am to dump to understand the

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