It's possible to start
emacs with an
eshell buffer focused using the
-f flag as described in this question.
> emacs -nw -f "eshell"
I'm wondering if there's a way of launching
eshell and focusing its buffer using just the
Using the following files, I've been able to start
eshell automatically, but not to shift focus to its corresponding buffer, named
*eshell* by default.
; .emacs.d/init.el (eshell)
; .emacs.d/init.el (eshell) (switch-to-buffer "*eshell*)
Is there a way to switch focus to the
eshell buffer from the
.emacs file without using a command line argument?