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Re: Trying to return focus to a window


From: Andy Stewart
Subject: Re: Trying to return focus to a window
Date: Mon, 24 Nov 2008 14:20:57 +0800
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/23.0.60 (gnu/linux)

Hi, Kevin.

Now i'm debugging it.
I have use save-selected-window defadvice.

Advice is not problem (although use save-selected-window is simple, but
effect same as second advice).

But problem is not at advice, is some code make focus on iPython buffer
after `py-execute-buffer'.

  -- Andy.

Kevin Rodgers <address@hidden> writes:

> Richard Riley wrote:
>> I have tried two ways to have the focus return to the source
>> buffer/window when "execute buffer" is done using python integration
>> as outlined here :
>>
>> http://www.emacswiki.org/emacs/PythonMode#toc10
>>
>> The two ways I have tried (both using defadvice) are:
>>
>> ,----
>> | ;; (defadvice py-execute-buffer (around stay-current-buffer activate)
>> | ;;   "This advice make cursor stay current position after execute 
>> `py-execute-buffer'."
>> | ;;   (save-excursion
>> | ;;     ad-do-it)
>> | ;;   (message "py-execute-function done"))
>> | | (defadvice py-execute-buffer (around stay-current-buffer activate)
>> |   "This advice make cursor stay current position after execute 
>> `py-execute-buffer'."
>> |   (let ((remember-point (point))
>> |         (remember-window (selected-window)))
>> |     ad-do-it
>> |     (message "focus stuff done")
>> |     (select-window remember-window)
>> |     (goto-char remember-point)))
>> `----
>>
>> But in both cases the cursor stays in the iPython window (same
>> frame). Can someone suggest how best to get the cursor back into the
>> python buffer when I execute py-execute-buffer? is there something
>> fundamentally wrong with the approach I have taken above or a naive code
>> error?
>
> You could try save-selected-window instead of save-excursion.





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