On Sun, Jan 9, 2011 at 8:50 PM, Lennart Borgman <address@hidden>
2011/1/10 Jason Rumney <address@hidden>:
> On 10/01/2011 05:43, Lennart Borgman wrote:Hm, forgotten at the moment. I think I have seen this in either "it's
> Which programs are these? I am not aware of any programs that have a
> problem if the external editor which they launch does not terminate
> until the user is finished editing. I do know that not waiting causes
> problems for many programs which use termination of the editor they
> spawned to mean the file they requested to be edited is ready.
all text" for firefox or the corresponding support for google chrome.
Or was it the downloaded page (C-j) in google chrome that did not
permit adding a parameter. I think at leas the last one.
Command line versions of tools like CVS and SVN usually expect that the file is done being editted when the editor command returns.
If you need to not wait and cannot set parameters, it is fairly simple to still pass the flag. Just create a .bat file with the contents
emacsclientw --no-wait %1
and use the batch file as the editor command.