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Re: Reinstating windows state after ediff

From: Sandip Chitale
Subject: Re: Reinstating windows state after ediff
Date: 11 Jun 2003 18:41:56 -0700

Have you looked into:

window-configuration-to-register is an interactive compiled Lisp
function in `register'.
(window-configuration-to-register REGISTER &optional ARG)

Store the window configuration of the selected frame in register
Use C-x r j to restore the configuration.
Argument is a character, naming the register.

and binding it to some keys to save and restore the window

Chris Stork <address@hidden> wrote in message news:<address@hidden>...
> Sometimes I split my frames in different ways into windows.  Always 
> after I use ediff this window state is lost.
> It seems that I have to find/write appropriate functions to add to 
> ediff-{before,after}-setup-window-hook.  Has anybody done something like 
> this already?
> (Maybe it's a good idea to open a new frame for the two compared files 
> and then (optionally) destroy it after ediff is done.  Pro: it does not 
> even touch any of the other frames.  Con: it does not work on a 
> terminal, which is fine for my puposes.)
> Thanks,
> Chris

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