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bug#8314: 24.0.50; emacsclient -c does the wrong thing when compiled wit
bug#8314: 24.0.50; emacsclient -c does the wrong thing when compiled without X
Sat, 4 Jun 2011 01:00:25 -0700
On Friday, June 3, 2011, Eli Zaretskii <address@hidden> wrote:
>> Date: Fri, 3 Jun 2011 15:03:18 -0700
>> From: PJ Weisberg <address@hidden>
>> Cc: address@hidden
>> I think that if there's no useable graphical display for *any* reason,
>> '-c' should be a synonym for '-t'.
> I'm not at all sure that's TRT. Next you will be saying that if -t is
> not available either, emacsclient should start a new Emacs session.
There's already the -a="" option if I want that. '-c' already acts
the same as '-t' if you're at a terminal with no graphical display.
Really I just want to say, "open whatever type of frame Emacs would
In the script I was writing when I wrote this report I eventually used
`if emacs -Q --batch --eval "(kill-emacs (if (featurep 'x) 0 1))"' to
decide whether to creat a graphical frame or use --tty.
bug#8314: 24.0.50; emacsclient -c does the wrong thing when compiled without X, Stefan Monnier, 2011/06/06