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Re: How automatically/immediately run command in ansi-term *with* *argum
Re: How automatically/immediately run command in ansi-term *with* *arguments* ?
Tue, 10 Feb 2015 15:49:56 -0500
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In article <address@hidden>,
Subhan Michael Tindall <address@hidden> wrote:
> Kind of a long shot, & I'm not set up to test it,
> But maybe you could put program arg1 arg2... in back-ticks? `program arg1
> arg2` to force the grouping into a single 'program'?
Backticks are processed by the shell. If it were using the shell, you
would be able to do just "program arg1 arg2".
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: address@hidden
> > [mailto:address@hidden On
> > Behalf Of Barry Margolin
> > Sent: Monday, February 09, 2015 7:51 AM
> > To: address@hidden
> > Subject: Re: How automatically/immediately run command in ansi-term
> > *with* *arguments* ?
> > In article <address@hidden>,
> > Chris Seberino <address@hidden> wrote:
> > > I'm trying to set some shortcuts for shell commands. I want to use
> > > ansi-term as it has colors and other niceties not found in shell if I
> > > use shell-command....
> > >
> > > This works...
> > >
> > > (ansi-term 'some_command_here')
> > >
> > > This does *NOT*...
> > >
> > > (ansi-term 'some_command_here arg1 arg2')
> > >
> > > How get arguments to work? This would be quite a nice replacement for
> > > shell-command if it could for people that like/need ansi-term.
> > The argument to ansi-term is a program, not a command. There doesn't
> > seem to be a way to provide arguments to the program. Write a script that
> > does what you want, and put that as the program argument.
> > --
> > Barry Margolin, address@hidden
> > Arlington, MA
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