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Re: possible to exchange server and client?

From: anhnmncb
Subject: Re: possible to exchange server and client?
Date: Mon, 14 Jul 2008 22:37:54 +0800
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/23.0.60 (gnu/linux)

Peter Dyballa <address@hidden> writes:

> Am 14.07.2008 um 14:47 schrieb anhnmncb:
>> What I do is, run emacs in console, then M-x server-start.
>> Startx, run emacsclient -c, then M-x server-start, it says:
>>         The current server still has clients; delete them? (y or n)
>> I answser y, then the frame is killed. But I don't want to kill this
>> frame, I want server-start from it, so it becomes a server.
> Here you see that all Emacs particles launched until now belong to one
> instance of GNU Emacs, that has something like "visible threads,"
> i.e., kind of rather independent "light-weight" processes that become
> visible on the GUI/X11 surface. Every frame, window, console thing
> has the same process ID, all can share the same buffers (write a very
> unique word into *scratch* buffer and select this buffer in console
> and all frames), and all are connected to one server! So a
>       (server-start)
> in your init file is OK. And it's really OK, because when you launch
> another Emacs, it will start its own and now on the system second
> server, giving you the option to let emacsclient (-f, --server- 
> file=FILENAME or -s, --socket-name=FILENAME) work for this or for that
> server.
> One problem exists: there does not seem to exist a way to select from
> emacsclient the frame in which a file is opened ...

It's totally not what I want, see my another reply to Pascal J.
Bourguignon please ;p


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