Thursday, December 16, 2010

Multiple shells in emacs

I'm poaching other stuff here, as a kind of blog note to myself. To open an multiple shells in emacs, without installing any extra code, you do this:
  • [C-u] [M-x] shell, and give the buffer a name at the prompt
I got this from this emacs tutorial, but was lead there by comment on this blog post. Between the post and comments there are a number of pointers to useful techniques and code for working with multiple shells in emacs.

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