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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 11057] - Auto-detect (X)Emacs compile mode
Date Tue, 23 Jul 2002 12:05:41 GMT
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Auto-detect (X)Emacs compile mode





------- Additional Comments From ville.skytta@iki.fi  2002-07-23 12:05 -------
Well, depends on how you run ant from XEmacs.  If you run it as a shell  
command (M-!/M-x shell-command), this patch won't affect it at all, since the 
EMACS=t is only set in compile mode. 
  
If you run it in compile mode (M-x compile), there would be no way  
to prevent the -emacs switch at the moment.  A -noemacs switch could of course 
be provided for people wishing to explicitly say no to it. 
 
Maybe it's just me, but if I run ant in XEmacs' compile mode, I *do* want the 
compile mode to understand the error messages so I can jump around in the 
code.  This patch, together with another one I sent, #11056 makes ant+XEmacs 
work the way I want, by default.

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