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Re: axiom mode
Re: axiom mode
10 Jun 2007 16:24:32 +0200
Gnus/5.09 (Gnus v5.9.0) Emacs/21.4
martin rudalics <address@hidden> writes:
> > * write clean initalisation code. In particular, it should be possible to
> > have several buffers with different axiom processes, just like in shell
> > mode. I looked at shell.el, but fail to understand it.
> In `axiom-run' make `axiom-process' buffer local
> (set (make-local-variable 'axiom-process)
> (get-buffer-process (current-buffer)))
> This will render `axiom-buffer' meaningless. Hence, in `axiom' you have to
> always make a new process and in `axiom-mode-new-axiom-process' you should
> remove things like
> (delete-process axiom-process)
> (kill-buffer (axiom-buffer))
> BTW after killing `axiom-process' which buffer is `axiom-buffer'
> supposed to return? Do you really always want to kill the current
> buffer here?
To be honest, I don't understand this code at all, it's not mine. What I would
like to have is the behaviour of shell mode: usually M-x axiom should switch to
the running axiom, but optionally, something like
(add-hook 'shell-mode-hook (lambda () (rename-uniquely)))
or renaming the current axiom buffer should give us a new axiom.
- axiom mode, Martin Rubey, 2007/06/09
- Re: axiom mode, Tom Tromey, 2007/06/09
- Re: axiom mode, Martin Rubey, 2007/06/10
- Re: axiom mode, martin rudalics, 2007/06/10
- Re: axiom mode,
Martin Rubey <=
- Re: axiom mode, martin rudalics, 2007/06/11
- Re: axiom mode, Martin Rubey, 2007/06/11