Suppose I already opened a emacs but its in the background. So, is there an emacsclient eval option that I can type in the shell like:
emacsclient --eval "(bring-existing-emacs-window-to-front)"
To bring the background emacs window to the front?
This can be pretty handy, since I'm always using
emacsclient -c --eval "(find-file \"afile\")". Which unfortunately opens the frame in the background instead of front.