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For completeness, you can work around this issue purely in the shell: for i in "$@"; do pushd "$(dirname "$i")" DIR=`pwd` FILES="\"$(basename "$i")\"" emacs -Q --batch \ --eval "(progn (require 'org)(require 'org-table) (mapc (lambda (file) (find-file (expand-file-name file \"$DIR\")) (org-table-map-tables ...
I found your question because I want to do the same thing (resume a screen session without Matlab crashing), but I have not found a way to do it. Instead, I run a nohup job (this is in tcsh): nohup nice matlab -nodisplay -nojvm < list_of_matlab_calls.m >! /dev/null & You can replace /dev/null with a log file if you wish. I use head so that the ...
Terminals transmit bytes, not keys. Keychords like Ctrl+' have to be encoded as sequences of bytes. Apart from printable characters with no modifier or with just Shift, most keychords have no corresponding characters, and are instead transmitted as escape sequences, beginning with the escape character (the character with the byte value 27, which you can ...
I'm adding this answer because the others are out of date. Emacs 24.5 does correctly display italic faces in terminals. This is emacs 24.5 running in a terminal (emacs -nw). The terminal is uxvrt and the setup in my .Xdefaults is: URxvt*termName: rxvt-unicode-256color URxvt.font: xft:DejaVu Sans Mono:size=9
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