I'm trying to write a script using
emacs --script and in it I am using
start-process, because I want to use
The following does nothing if run as a script:
#!/usr/bin/env -S emacs -Q --script # -*- mode: emacs-lisp; lexical-binding: t; -*- (let ((p (start-process "subcommand" nil "notify-send" "Hello!"))) (set-process-sentinel p (lambda (process signal) (start-process "notify" nil "notify-send" "Hello again!"))) (set-process-filter p (lambda (process output) (message output))) ;; (while t) )
However, if I run that same elisp in my gui emacs I get to notifications (one for hello and one for hello again). I tried to solve this using a no-op loop (commented out), but that only allowed the first hello to be sent out. Basically, I want emacs to wait for it's subprocess to finish before exiting.
I'm not sure where to go from here. Any ideas on how I can get something like this working?