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I am currently using org-mode to edit code blocks for presentations and blog posts.

Currently I have a frame set up with one large window pane on the left, and two smaller panes on the right.

  • The bottom right pane is a Python console
  • The top right pane is ideally a "target" buffer in Python mode
  • The left pane is an editing window for the entire .org document.

Ideally, I would be able to send the code blocks to the "target" pane from the org document (using C-c ') while all of the window positions remain static. Unfortunately, org-mode replaces the existing panes with the temporary one when I issue this command.

I have tried setting(setq org-src-window-setup 'other-window) in my configuration file. This seems to be close to the desired behavior, but emacs does not seem to know which existing window I want to send the editing block to.

Is there any way to send the code blocks to the target pane (perhaps with C-c ' or some other command) as described? All other functionality would ideally work the same as C-c ' (edit the buffer, and send the edited code back to the original code block).

  • Check this answer: emacs.stackexchange.com/questions/35784/… It seems that what you need is to add (setq org-src-window-setup 'other-window) to your .emacs config file – Martín Nov 19 '17 at 2:41
  • I tried this, and it gets me closer. The only issue now is that emacs does not seem to know which "other window" I am referring to and as a result switches from displaying edits in the top right and bottom right frames (thereby over-riding my Python shell every other C-c-') – Bryce Frank Nov 19 '17 at 16:24

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