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Thu, 10 Nov 2011 09:43:49 -0500
thank you, that was exactly the line that I was looking for.
I wasn't thinking elisp code as in an extension module, more along the lines of elisp code that I would enter into my .emacs . Especially for something like display-buffer-alist I really dislike the M-x customize functionality
On Thu, Nov 10, 2011 at 3:22 AM, martin rudalics <address@hidden>
What precisely failed? I didn't look at it but it hooks in at a lower
level (namely that of `display-buffer-function') so it should still work
with Emacs 24.
Elisp code should not do that. `display-buffer-alist' is reserved for
> I would still like to see a proper example of elisp code setting the
users as in
'display-buffer-alist '((".*" . (display-buffer-same-window . nil))))
Unfortunately, so far there's no common agreement on what the ALIST
argument of `display-buffer-same-window' is supposed to accomplish.
Re: display-buffer-alist, martin rudalics, 2011/11/06