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Re: Preserving window layout (follow up)

From: Robert Hundt
Subject: Re: Preserving window layout (follow up)
Date: Mon, 16 Jun 2003 21:23:48 GMT

Hey Matthew,

  please send me this function ... ;-)

-- Robert

"Matthew Calhoun" <address@hidden> wrote in message
Thanks for all the suggestions. I found a really helpful function that
I'm surprised nobody mentioned, though: set-window-dedicated-p prevents
Emacs from messing with a particular window. I wound up writing a small
function that sets up my windows as described, calls this function for
the shell window, and then calls the window-configuration-to-register
function that Johan mentioned. Seems to work pretty well.

Thanks again,

El Saturday, 7 June, 2003, a las 02:16  PM, Johan Bockgård escribió:

> Matthew Calhoun <address@hidden> writes:
>> Sort of a poor man's IDE. The problem is, when I do something like
>> command-apropos it wreaks havoc on my nice little environment - the
>> shell buffer grows to take up half of the frame, and the *Apropos*
>> buffer has taken the place of *shell*.
> Another approach
> ,----[ C-h k C-x r w ]
> | C-x r w runs the command window-configuration-to-register
> |    which 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.
> `----
> (info "(emacs)RegConfig")
> You might want to bind those to some nice keys.
> Also see
> (info "(emacs)Windows")
> (info "(emacs)Window Convenience")
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