[OS X Emacs] aquamacs interacting incorrectly with git (and .org site not working)
dromano at stanford.edu
Sun Mar 3 19:34:42 EST 2019
Thanks David (and Peter),
I'm not familiar with emacsclient, so I may to look into Peter's
suggestion, but I'm not sure I understand when you say
> If you run Aquamacs with the GUI, the command returns immediately.
I thought that's what I was doing: Having run `git config --global
core.editor aquamacs`, the Aquamacs GUI popped up when I ran `git commit`,
but after I saved the buffer or quit the GUI, `git log' showed there was no
effect. Or am I misunderstanding you?
On Sun, Mar 3, 2019 at 2:18 PM David Reitter <david.reitter at gmail.com>
> On Mar 3, 2019, at 2:09 PM, David Romano <dromano at stanford.edu> wrote:
> > I was hoping to be able to use Aquamacs for my git work, so I installed
> the command line tools for Aquamacs, and ran `git config --global
> core.editor emacs`.
> > This did work, but opened on the terminal, rather than in a new Aquamacs
> window, so I then ran `git config --global core.editor aquamacs` instead.
> > As expected, running `git commit --amend` opened a new Aquamacs window,
> but the altered commit message doesn't register, and similarly, rebasing
> doesn't seem to work either. Is there a setting I might be missing?
> With emacs (or Aquamacs) in the command line, you quit the process, which
> triggers processing of the commit message.
> If you run Aquamacs with the GUI, the command returns immediately. I
> think that we could probably come up with a flag for the aquamacs command
> that waits until the buffer is closed, but maybe you can simply use
> emacsclient, as Peter suggested.
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