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Re: emacsclient command line use existing client


From: Oliver Kappel
Subject: Re: emacsclient command line use existing client
Date: Mon, 15 Sep 2014 14:28:42 +0200
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/24.3.90 (darwin)

In email.so try to set the absolute path for emacsclient.

/usr/local/bin/emacsclient  or whatever fits your environment. We
don't even know on what OS you are. `emacs-client` is unknown to me
and script extension .so is uncommon too.

I'm still not convinced your script is starting the right emacsclient,
as your shell/shortcut does.

Tory S. Anderson wrote:

> Yeah, the problem is starting a new server every time. But all these
> commands just run `emacs-client`. I've even ditched the auto-start
> one and just execute a later emacs-client. I've added server names
> and specifications to each command. I now have:  
>
> in .emacs:
> ----------
> (require 'server)
> (setq server-name "my-emacs-server")
> (unless (server-running-p)
>     (server-start))
>
>
> in email.so:
> ----------
> mailto=$1
> mailto="mailto:${mailto#mailto:}";
> mailto=$(printf '%s\n' "$mailto" | sed -e 's/[\"]/\\&/g')
> emacs_server="my-emacs-server"
> elisp_expr="(mailto-compose-mail \"$mailto\")"
> emacsclient -a "" -c -n -s "$emacs_server" --eval "$elisp_expr" \
>       '(set-window-dedicated-p (selected-window) t)'
>
>
> my shortcut for opening emacs (which DOES open under the proper server)
> ---------
> emacsclient -c -s "my-emacs-server"
>
>
> And still clicking a @mailto: link (running email.so) starts a new, 
> unattached server. 
>
>
>
> Oliver Kappel <address@hidden> writes:
>
>> Hello,
>>
>> my guess: emacsclient inside your script runs another installed
>> instance of emacs as you started emacs server with. With option -a ""
>> this instance will start another emacs in deamon mode. Probably the
>> $PATH while runing the mailto-script is different.
>>
>> Check your OS "autostart `emacs-client` command" - as you mentioned -
>> and make sure your script uses the emacsclient from the same ./bin
>> directory. 
>>
>>   Greetings, Oliver
>>
>> 12.09.2014 at 14:16 Tory S. Anderson wrote:
>>
>>> Thanks for prompting me to be more precise. When my OS starts I launch
>>> a server with the autostart `emacs-client` command, and have the line
>>> in my .emacs to ensure the server is started. As it should, opening
>>> any number of new frames (or launching emacs-client again) will share
>>> the same buffer list, etc. However, this shell script for launching an
>>> email (apparently) starts a new server; it isn't sharing anything with
>>> the other frames, and if I don't `kill-emacs` I end up with two
>>> servers running. Clearly, not acceptable.
>>>
>>> Michael Heerdegen <address@hidden> writes:
>>>
>>>> address@hidden (Tory S. Anderson) writes:
>>>>
>>>>> elisp_expr="(mailto-compose-mail \"$mailto\")"
>>>>>
>>>>> emacsclient -a "" -c -n --eval "$elisp_expr" \
>>>>>   '(set-window-dedicated-p (selected-window) t)'
>>>>>
>>>>> But somehow when I run this it starts a new emacsclient rather than
>>>>> using the one I have running. If I remove the `-a ""` then nothing
>>>>> happens at all. Why won't it connect to my existing emacsclient?
>>>>
>>>> What exactly do you mean with "existing emacsclient"?  You must have a
>>>> running server.  A running Emacs is not enough.
>>>>
>>>> Michael.




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