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Old 10-31-2009, 04:42 AM
Charlie Zender
 
Default emacs frames behavior

hi,

once upon a time, until about 6 mos. - 1 yr. ago,
each emacs frame i opened behaved like a sub-process
of a single emacs process, e.g., if the same buffer
were displayed in multiple frames then editing that
buffer simultaneously updated all the frames.
now, though, when i open multiple frames in emacs,
the frames do not seem to know what's going on in the
other frames. i have not changed how i start emacs
at all. i like the old behavior better. anyone know
how to recover it?

gracias,
charlie
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Old 10-31-2009, 11:09 PM
Florian Diesch
 
Default emacs frames behavior

Charlie Zender <zender@uci.edu> writes:

> once upon a time, until about 6 mos. - 1 yr. ago,
> each emacs frame i opened behaved like a sub-process
> of a single emacs process, e.g., if the same buffer
> were displayed in multiple frames then editing that
> buffer simultaneously updated all the frames.
> now, though, when i open multiple frames in emacs,
> the frames do not seem to know what's going on in the
> other frames. i have not changed how i start emacs
> at all. i like the old behavior better. anyone know
> how to recover it?


Using Emacs23 I start
emacs --daemon --no-desktop
as a start program in Gnome and then open new frames using
emacsclient -c
or from withing Emacs.

Florian
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