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Re: Command Line Options and Frame Splitting

From: afuchs
Subject: Re: Command Line Options and Frame Splitting
Date: Tue, 19 Aug 2008 00:43:20 -0700 (PDT)
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On 19 Aug., 09:24, Kevin Rodgers <address@hidden> wrote:
> afuchs wrote:
> > Dear Group Members,
> > I use Emacs to work on my Latex files; usually, for every project I
> > use two of those: my_project.tex and my_project.bib. These and other
> > pertinent files I usually place in a directory named my_project.
> > I have an alias, which uses emacs command line options, completing the
> > name of the current directory with .tex and .bib extensions and
> > opening an emacs window of a given size at a given position with both
> > files in it.
> > What bothers me is that the frame is then split, each file in its own
> > half of the window. What I'd like to do is to open the .tex file in
> > the current frame, and the .bib file in another, not shown, accessible
> > via Ctrl-X B.
> > Is it possible to do that through command-line? I have not been able
> > to find a corresponding option in the customization.
> How about appending this command line option: -f delete-other-windows
> or: -f delete-window
> depending on which window (.bib or .tex) is selected.
> --
> Kevin Rodgers
> Denver, Colorado, USA

Thank you very much, Kevin.
That helps.


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