[OS X TeX] emacs and Applescript
Peter_Dyballa at Web.DE
Sun Dec 19 11:01:08 EST 2004
Am 19.12.2004 um 03:14 schrieb Claus Gerhardt:
> tell emacs to save the file
save-some-buffers is an interactive compiled Lisp function in `files'.
It is bound to C-x s.
(save-some-buffers &optional ARG PRED)
Save some modified file-visiting buffers. Asks user about each one.
You can answer `y' to save, `n' not to save, `C-r' to look at the
buffer in question with `view-buffer' before deciding or `d' to
view the differences using `diff-buffer-to-file'.
Optional argument (the prefix) non-nil means save all with no
Optional second argument PRED determines which buffers are considered:
If PRED is nil, all the file-visiting buffers are considered.
If PRED is t, then certain non-file buffers will also be considered.
If PRED is a zero-argument function, it indicates for each buffer
to consider it or not when called with that buffer current.
See `save-some-buffers-action-alist' if you want to
change the additional actions you can take on files.
So (save-some-buffers t) would be sufficient.
Emacs too can be a server, you start this with (server-start). A little
programme, emacsclient, accepts orders and delivers them to Emacs.
"Orders" can be a filename, or it can be some Emacs Lisp (Elisp) code.
In the last manner the invocation would be 'emacsclient --eval (or
simply -e) <code>'. If you invoke emacsclient with -n (or --no-wait) it
quits at once without waiting for an OK from Emacs or its user.
There is a man page for emacsclient too.
server-start is an interactive autoloaded Lisp function in `server'.
(server-start &optional LEAVE-DEAD)
Allow this Emacs process to be a server for client processes.
This starts a server communications subprocess through which
client "editors" can send your editing commands to this Emacs job.
To use the server, set up the program `emacsclient' in the
Emacs distribution as your standard "editor".
Prefix arg means just kill any existing server communications
"There's no place like 127.0.0.1"
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