If I open a second instance of emacs accidentally (which happens more often than I am willing to admit) and then close it,
gnuclient starts responding with the following error:
gnuclient: Connection refused gnuclient: unable to connect to local
Is there a way to fix this without closing the original instance of emacs and then reopening it? Sometimes this is very disruptive, and I've grown quite dependent upon
Perhaps I should be using
emacsclient instead? I see that it continues sending files to the original instance (on which the server was started) and is not affected by the start of a second instance.
emacsclient should be my default editor rather than