I am debugging a program that outputs 8 or more lines of display and requires input. So my IO window has to be say 10 rows or so in height. But I also want to see the source code AND of course the gdb input window.

What is the easiest way to present this? To have 3 windows? 1 for gdb, 1 for console and the other for the source code? If so how do I get 3 windows?

Or if I could somehow get the gdb io window to be a separate console window that might be even better.

  • Do you want to split your Emacs frame into multiple windows? There's C-x 2 and C-x 3. You can adjust window sizes with C-x {, C-x }, C-x ^ and C-x -. You can also have multiple Emacs frames connected to the same Emacs instance. – DoMiNeLa10 Sep 22 '18 at 13:43

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