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Re: What I'm missing when using M-x shell

From: Dan Espen
Subject: Re: What I'm missing when using M-x shell
Date: Sat, 13 Sep 2008 11:42:15 -0400
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"Francis Moreau" <address@hidden> writes:

> [ please CC me when replying to me ]
> On Fri, Sep 12, 2008 at 7:34 PM, Dan Espen
> <address@hidden> wrote:
>> Compiles are M-x compile, greps are M-x grep,
>> ls is dired, email is MH-E.
> But what would you suggest as replacement for:
> $ make && gdb || mail -s "Compilation failed" home

First, the make is always run as M-x compile.

In my case, the most likely outcome from M-x compile is
that I'll be correcting syntax errors.  Since I've run
M-x compile, M-x next-error becomes really useful.

So, no make from the command line for me.

I'm got a big fan of running under gdb.
If I did want to run under gdb a lot, I'd probably figure out
Emacs gdb.

Typically my make target is not just a compile but a compile
and test and check results.  No need to send myself
an email since the M-x compile clearly shows whether the
compile/test worked.

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