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Re: Making emacsclient more friendly toward multiple terminal tabs

From: Aaron Meurer
Subject: Re: Making emacsclient more friendly toward multiple terminal tabs
Date: Tue, 3 Apr 2012 10:14:41 -0600

On Tue, Apr 3, 2012 at 3:31 AM, Gregor Zattler <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hi Aaron,
> * Aaron Meurer <address@hidden> [02. Apr. 2012]:
>> - Very often, when I close an emacsclient (with C-x C-s C-x C-c), it
>> bugs me about saving buffers in other emacsclients.
> The way to close editing documents opend with one emacsclient is
> server-edit per default bound to 'C-x #'.

OK, I guessed this might solve at least some of the problems.  How do
I rebind C-x C-c to server-edit when I'm in emacsclient mode, but
still use save-buffers-kill-terminal in regular emacs (which I do
occasionally use)?

Aaron Meurer

>> - If I open a file, make a change, then close it without saving, and
>> reopen it, the change is still there.  I understand why this happens,
>> because the buffer remains open in the daemon, but this is not really
>> what I want.
> Also, if you use server-edit to close a buffer, you are then
> asked if you want to save the buffer.  If not it's unchanged when
> you open the file next time with emacsclient.  This brings up
> your other problemn about stopping Emacs with open prompts.
> Ciao, Gregor
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