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Re: editing output in shell mode

From: Peter Dyballa
Subject: Re: editing output in shell mode
Date: Fri, 9 Jan 2009 22:32:13 +0100

Am 09.01.2009 um 22:12 schrieb Samuel Wales:

Is there a way to pipe this output to, say, emacsclient?

Emacsclient is not a streaming client – anyway, why would you like to do that? If it has been too much output, you can undo and then repeat the command, now sending stdout and/or stderr to files, which you can open afterwards. Or run your rich command as shell-command, then save or rename *Shell Command Output*. You can also abuse compile to run the shell command with output – and then you can save the resulting *compilation* buffer (don't forget to remove the first one, two lines!).



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