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Re: send selection or current line to Terminal/iTerm

From: Jai Dayal
Subject: Re: send selection or current line to Terminal/iTerm
Date: Thu, 12 Jun 2014 15:17:03 -0600

Right, you had to write code for Emacs, meaning you had to extend upon
On Jun 12, 2014 3:15 PM, "Emanuel Berg" <address@hidden> wrote:

> Jai Dayal <address@hidden> writes:
> > So your statement of "of course it's possible" is
> > just a strawman argument because I never said it was
> > impossible. You then went on useless rant about how
> > to communicate with other processes, which is useless
> I'm not getting into an argument over this. This is is
> not a debate. I know what I write and if you consider
> that useless to all and everyone that's a statement
> that cannot be verified anyway.
> > If you can extend or change the application, sure.
> You don't necessarily need to change *the* application,
> though that would help, of course. There are many other
> applications that you may put in-between to do such a
> thing.
> The example I gave was the code I wrote for Emacs,
> which was about half a page - to tmux, it was a
> oneliner, and the glue in between - xsel - I simply
> installed. Also note the Elisp code is just loaded by
> the Emacs Lisp interpreter at startup time - and the
> tmux oneliner is in a tmux configuration file. While
> this is certainly programming it isn't anything
> extremely difficult that involves branching,
> recompilation, etc. Besides it doesn't matter how
> difficult it supposedly is. If you want to do it, get
> in someone's face and do it. Simple as that.
> --
> underground experts united:

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