I'm using evil mode (Spacemacs to be specific) and working with LaTeX projects. I use evil-make or :make command to compile the current LaTeX project to PDF file. I find it quite annoying that whenever I run the command, it opens up a new buffer showing the output, and I have to switch to the buffer the close it.

I'm wondering if there is a way to automatically close the evil-make command buffer if the make is successful? If not, can how can I change the evil-make command behavior so that when it is called, the emacs can make the output buffer as the currently active buffer (so that I can close it immediately, without switch buffer).


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