[emacs-berlin] `server-eval-at' turns out to be pretty useful...
grant at wisdomandwonder.com
Fri Apr 2 19:37:13 UTC 2021
My computer is trying to drive insane. That is what is happening here. And
it is working.
It has to be working wrong on my machine.
Thanks for sharing that Til.
On Fri, Apr 2, 2021 at 7:09 AM Tilmann Singer <tils at tils.net> wrote:
> I might be missing something obvious, but what exactly is it that
> emacsclient can not do? With a running Emacs instance in which
> (server-start) has been called before, the following commands on a
> terminal with the bash shell work out of the box for me:
> $ emacsclient -e "(+ 1 1)"
> $ printf "How many is binary? $(emacsclient -e '(+ 1 1)')\n"
> How many is binary? 2
> $ emacsclient -e 'emacs-version'
> $ emacsclient -e '(with-current-buffer "*scratch*" (insert "Hello scratch
> => Text was inserted into buffer *scratch*
> At least on this (arch) linux machine, the default server-socket-dir of
> "/run/user/1000/emacs" seems to be working fine.
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