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Re: Optimal emacs shell for coding

From: Lennart Borgman (gmail)
Subject: Re: Optimal emacs shell for coding
Date: Mon, 11 Aug 2008 18:47:30 +0200
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Xah wrote:
On Aug 11, 8:24 am, "Lennart Borgman (gmail)"
<address@hidden> wrote:
In general, the shell-command and shell is most useful. Run eshell if
you are in Windows and don't have cygwin installed and want to run
unix commands such as ls, cd, mkdir, etc. If you need to run telnet,
Have you tried for example "grep" from within eshell? Quite nice.

Let me see...


Welcome to the Emacs shell

~/web/emacs $ which grep
eshell/grep is a compiled Lisp function in `em-unix.el'
~/web/emacs $ ls | grep lin
elisp_link_report.el                        modernization.html
elisp_make_link.html                        ms_keyboard
emacs_installing_packages.html              wrap-url2.html.gz
emacs_manual_problem.html                   xah_emacs_linkify.el
emacs_n_unicode.html                        xah_emacs_linkify.el~
~/web/emacs $



Get back to work Len.

Why do you think predictable behaviour is nice? ;-)

Ok, you discovered the bug so it is your turn to file a bug report again ...

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