|Subject:||Re: find-file change between emacs 21 and emacs 22|
|Date:||Mon, 13 Nov 2006 23:22:06 -0600|
On Nov 13, 2006, at 10:17 PM, Eli Zaretskii wrote:
If I'm writing quick scaffolding code, I get my Makefile to compile and then execute the program and capture various things in different output files. I want to reload the output files to look at them. Another example, (roughly the same situation) I'm mucking with my C++ code and checking the assembly output trying to find things that the compiler optimizes better than other things. Again, the output is to foo.s (the assembly language). I need to reload the file after each test.
I did not find it confusing. I thought it was really brilliant to give me two nice things with only one key stroke difference: reload the file or do the dired. As it is now, I can only do one of those. (I haven't tried your suggestion yet.)
Oh! thats just as good! I'll have to re-teach my fingers but that shouldn't be a problem.
I looked in the NEWS before my post and did not find the entry you mention. (I was searching for find-file.) I'll look again.
Thanks for your help.
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