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Re: Emacs help from terminal

From: Samuel Banya
Subject: Re: Emacs help from terminal
Date: Wed, 15 Jun 2022 11:52:52 -0400
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Yeah I usually use 'vterm' since even though a lot of people praise 'eshell' 
for running commands, a lot of the output that is received comes out jenky, and 
this isn't necessarily for ncurses stuff, but for normal commands. 

I've tried to incorporate popper into my workflow which works fine on Linux 
(Manjaro) with (M-`) for the keybinding, but on MacOS, it never comes up.

I still have no idea why I can't combine M-` on MacOS in Emacs. I've tried 
using 'C-h k' but no response with that combo.

Still a mystery to me.

On Wed, Jun 15, 2022, at 10:15 AM, Robert Pluim wrote:
> >>>>> On Wed, 15 Jun 2022 10:06:23 -0400, "Samuel Banya" 
> >>>>> <> said:
>     Samuel> Wow, that's awesome, I never knew this about 'C-z' and 'fg' 
> keybinding
>     Samuel> commands to be able to suspend Emacs.
>     Samuel> That's super cool, thanks for this, putting this in my notes as I
>     Samuel> usually use GUI Emacs but this would be cool on headless terminal
>     Samuel> boxes.
> Just wait until you realize you can run a shell inside emacs, so you
> never need to suspend it :-)
> Robert
> -- 

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