I found this really cool in emacs
t is ~/bin/t, and runs tests for whatever thing I'm working on.
~/bin/ to my
I always use
My issue is, the command output is not displayed properly in Emacs.
Newlines are messed up, and there's a
^M shown in the screen.
How can I tell
M-! command to give me a more realistic view of the
output, as if it was typed in a true bash terminal