Regularly I am working in several projects at the same time, projectile has been great for helping me with all the mess, but now, I would like to open a different frame per project, i.e., If I switch to the project one I want that in a new frame.

Is that possible? Could you provide with an example snippet for my init.el?

  • A quick Google came up with C-c p 5 d: "Switch to a project directory and show it in another frame." I don't use projectile, but I do organize by frames using this custom function contained in the answer of the linked thread: stackoverflow.com/questions/18346785/… Buffers can be associated with a particular frame using Frame-Bufs by Alp Aker: github.com/alpaker/Frame-Bufs And, here is an example of how to marry tabbar with frame-bufs: emacs.stackexchange.com/a/10112/2287 – lawlist Jun 15 '18 at 14:31
  • You are right regarding that command, but the thing that I want (I maybe I din't explain my self) is, not open a new frame inside the project (that is the thing that C-c p 5 d does) but switch to a new project and open it in a new frame, so all the buffers related to that project will be open in the new frame. – nanounanue Jun 15 '18 at 17:17

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