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Re: "open -a emacs ." on OSX behavior changed in past few weeks

From: Jan Djärv
Subject: Re: "open -a emacs ." on OSX behavior changed in past few weeks
Date: Fri, 10 Aug 2012 08:27:08 +0200


9 aug 2012 kl. 22:50 skrev Randal L. Schwartz:

> Starting recently, if OSX (NS) Emacs isn't running, "open -a emacs ."
> starts up emacs, but doesn't open the current directory.  If emacs is
> already running, it opens a dired on the current directory.
> Prior to "recently", it didn't matter whether Emacs was running or
> not -- the current directory was opened.

Please file a bug report.  This was probably introduced when fixing bug 12010 

> This also breaks dragging a folder or file onto the icon, if Emacs isn't
> yet running.  Again, if emacs is already running, the old behavior is
> good.

Breaks how?  Doesn't Emacs open the foleder/file?

> Other than telling me "never quit emacs" :), was this an intentional
> change (and if so, why), or is it a bug that someone can look at?

        Jan D.

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