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Re: Quite a few emacs questions

From: Tyler Smith
Subject: Re: Quite a few emacs questions
Date: 18 May 2007 00:56:13 GMT
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On 2007-05-18, mowgli <address@hidden> wrote:
> On May 18, 5:08 am, Tyler Smith <address@hidden> wrote:
>> I'm not sure what you mean - when you're running a straight console
>> how do you avoid having ls scroll off the screen? Other than piping it
>> into less, I don't know how you'd do it.
> When you do an ls -l in the real console, you get 25 lines of output
> and it scrolls off t he screen only if the output is more than 25
> lines right?
> In eshell, the output scrolls off the screen even if it is 15 lines or
> more. THIS is the problem.

Ok, I see what you mean now. eshell puts the next prompt in the middle
of the screen, so you lose more of the output off the top of the
screen than with shell, which puts the next prompt three-quarters of
the way down the screen. I'm sure this can be configured with
scroll-conservatively or scroll-aggressively or something, but I'm not
sure how exactly. I haven't had much luck getting scrolling tweaked
just how I like it.

> term and shell are better and ls -l works normally as it would on
> console. What's the difference between the three and which is better
> featurewise?

I don't know the answer to this, but I'm curious to learn - hopefully
someone else will fill us in.


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