I'm automating some work tasks, and many of them consist of calling
kubectl edit on different objects.
kubectl edit basically opens your
$EDITOR which I have configured to be
My question is, how can I, from
elisp run a command like
kubectl edit that consists on a blocking call (waits for completion) to
emacsclient, have all the edits I need done with
emacsclient and then continue the execution of the
Or maybe, instead of using
$EDITOR to emacsclient can I set
$EDITOR to something like: "the current running Emacs instance"?
I've found this answer that seem to be similar to my problem. But I wanted to know if there's a way for Emacs to understand that a command is calling
$EDITOR and use the current instance, instead of doing it through