[OS X Emacs] aquamacs interacting incorrectly with git (and .org site not working)
dromano at stanford.edu
Mon Mar 4 15:02:37 EST 2019
On Mon, Mar 4, 2019 at 6:10 AM David Reitter <david.reitter at gmail.com>
> On Mar 3, 2019, at 7:34 PM, David Romano <dromano at stanford.edu> wrote:
> > 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?
> Check the terminal window while you’re still editing the file. I bet the
> message is there already before you save / quit Aquamacs.
Here's a quick experiment at the terminal in an empty directory called
'aqua' that shows what I mean:
$ git config --global core.editor aquamacs
$ git init
$ echo "a" > a
$ git add .
$ git commit
Aborting commit due to empty commit message.
Here `git commit` triggered an COMMIT_EDITMSG file to be opened, but
completed at the same time, preventing me from being able to write
anything. This is definitely odd behavior.
> If you do M-x server-start in Aquamacs, and then use EDITOR=emacsclient,
> it should work — because if you call emacsclient from the command line, it
> will wait until you’re done editing the file. You don’t need to quit
I tried this and it works exactly as expected -- so thank you -- but I'm
still curious what might be going wrong in the previous case.
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