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Re: Emacs launched from Firefox

From: Samuel Wales
Subject: Re: Emacs launched from Firefox
Date: Sun, 1 May 2022 19:03:03 -0700

thank you.  there is no emacs in my ~/.config/mimeapps.list.  where
are those desktop files found or put?  i use fluxbox.
[i realize this is not org related.  non-list email ok.]

On 5/1/22, Max Nikulin <manikulin@gmail.com> wrote:
> On 01/05/2022 11:53, Samuel Wales wrote:
>> [firefox did not offer to allow a command line to run my shell script
>> which sets up emacs correctly, and idk if it even ran with my .emacs.
>> does it do -q?  not sure because emacs is too unusable to even find
>> that out.  so firefox fails to be accessible in that dialog box.
> Samuel, I think, firefox does exactly what it can find in MIME
> associations (e.g. ~/.config/mimeapps.list) and in the .desktop file of
> the selected application.
> There is an emacsclient.desktop file in Emacs git master that tries to
> connect to the existing Emacs session. It is a relatively new addition,
> so packages for Linux distributions may miss it.
> You can either use standard Emacs initialization to get all your
> customization available through default emacs.desktop or create a custom
> .desktop file that contain all CLI options specific to your setup.

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