|Subject:||Re: Intercepting input in comint|
|Date:||Thu, 3 Dec 2015 21:16:10 +0800|
In a comint buffer, I'd like to intercept certain kinds of inputs from
For certain kinds of patterns, I'd like to side-step comint and call a
function instead (and avoid the command to be sent to the inferior process).
A logical place seems to be comint-input-filter-functions, except I
cannot prevent the command to be sent to the process there.
Do I have to override comint-input-sender?
Any other advice?
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