(Manually moved by copy/pasting from this Unix SE deleted question)
emacs24 (24.4.1) on Debian/Sid/x86-64 with its
gdb-mode; most often, I am typing
gdb commands in the
*gud-monimelt* emacs "window" (inside an emacs frame which is a toplevel window for my LXDE window manager).
I can't get rid of an annoying behavior; after every successfully typed
gdb command (e.g.
*gud-monimelt* emacs "window" is undisplayed or deleted (as if I typed Ctrl-X 0) and I have to type again Ctrl-X b
*gud Tab to get it back.
gdb is version 7.7.1 (but with a GDB 7.8 from Debian/Experimental the same is happenning).
I'm getting the same annoyance on every computer I'm using (and also on emacs-trunk
220.127.116.11 compiled daily from the latest emacs
.emacs is quite small and has no occurrence of
gud or of
Do you know any setting to remove this automatic undisplay? I have several emacs frames and several emacs "windows" within my
emacs session, and I don't want GUD to close automagically any emacs windows.