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Re: Combine 2 commands in a toggle-function

From: Andreas Röhler
Subject: Re: Combine 2 commands in a toggle-function
Date: Sat, 13 Oct 2012 13:46:46 +0200
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Am 13.10.2012 11:54, schrieb Martin Butz:

thanks. So far I know what to do. What I do not now is, how to combine the two 
commands in one function, in order to toggle them. A hint would be helpful.


Am 13.10.2012 11:06, schrieb Martin Butz:

as my lisp-knowledge is less than basic (up to now), I wonder if someone
can help:

I would like to create a toggle function binded to a key and combining
two commands, such as:

'escreen-menu [1]


[1] I quite like escreen, but calling the menu leaves me with a new
frame an a buffer, which I only need temporarily for reference. I do not
know an escreen function, which does close the menu (such as /q/ closing
the agenda in org-mode)

maybe like this:

(defvar my-toggled-commands-p nil
  "When switched on, commands are run ")

(defun my-commands-toggle ()
  (if my-toggled-commands-p
        (setq my-toggled-commands-p nil)
        (message "%s" "my-toggled-commands-p switched off"))
    (message "%s" "Running my-toggled-commands")
    (setq my-toggled-commands-p t)
    (funcall 'FIRST)
    (funcall 'SECOND)))

WRT the the function called, you might need to figure out the details, which 
arguments to pass etc.


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