I like to work with a vertically split frame with code in both windows. When i call
M-x compile the
*compilation* buffer shows in the other window (wich is fine as
M-g n would show problematic code in the current window while i can still see the error in the other), but, after reviewing code, i would like to kill the
*compilation* buffer and show the code that was in that window before, without visiting that window (
C-x o) and killing it (
Is there a way to do that?
I've come up with something, altough, it does not work; it throws:
wrong-type-argument windowp (#<window 10 on *Backtrace*>))` window-buffer((#<window 10 on *Backtrace*>))
I believe that
window-buffer does take a window as an argument and return its buffer, but I don't know any Lisp.
(defun kill-other-window-buffer () "Kill the buffer of the other window if there is two windows" ;; I thought it will be better this way, to avoid killing an unexpected buffer ;; when several windows are in the frame (if (= (length (window-list)) 2) (kill-buffer (window-buffer (last (window-list))) )))