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[Fwd: Re: emacsclient uses obsolete "server" file on Windows]

From: Bernardo Bacic
Subject: [Fwd: Re: emacsclient uses obsolete "server" file on Windows]
Date: Sun, 15 Jun 2008 09:40:37 +1000
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oops, forgot to cc the list

Juanma Barranquero said, On 06/15/2008 01:42 AM:
On Sat, Jun 14, 2008 at 07:42, Bernardo Bacic <address@hidden> wrote:

Haven't closely followed the thread, but in my case there are usually two
independent instances of Emacs launched, one for code only, the other for
"organisational stuff" - plans, todo lists, calendar, etc.
They are launched in separate directories so the corresponding
.emacs.desktop files keep track of different settings. Either instance can
go in and out of existence although most of the time both are running and
because of the slack approach both start the 'server'.

Hmm. If you use the same server-name in both instances, does that mean
that you don't use emacsclient, or that it is indifferent which Emacs
instance receives the files to be edited, or that you remember the
order you started the instances and do know which one is going to be
brought up?

Have to admit I don't use emacsclient often, but when i do - it doesn't matter
in which Emacs instance the file lands, usually i'll briefly work on it and
kill the buffer.

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