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open-files-in-gnu-emacs

Arguments: configuration

The value of this configuration property can be nil, :open-only, or any other true value. If this configuration property is true and the Emacs-Lisp Interface is running, then the IDE will open lisp source code files in GNU emacs. Otherwise it will open them in the IDE editor. The :open-only value (added in version 9.0) affects the behavior of File | Save All menu command, as described below in a way different from its modified behavior when this propert is true but not :open-only. This property affects the following commands:

When this option is enabled, the IDE's File | Save All command will tell Emacs to save all of its modified buffers (in addition to Save All's usual functionality). As a special case, if the value of this option is the keyword :open-only, then the IDE will open files in Emacs but never tell emacs to save modified buffers.

A check box for this configuration property is located on the Editor tab of the Options dialog.

The property is off by default. The special value :open-only cannot be specified on the Options dialog, but it could be set by evaluating the following form:

(setf (ide:open-files-in-gnu-emacs (cg:configuration ide:*ide-system*))
      :open-only)

open-files-in-gnu-emacs is a property of the configuration class.


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ToCDocOverviewCGDocRelNotesFAQIndexPermutedIndex
Allegro CL version 9.0
Moderately revised from 8.2.
8.2 version