Questions tagged [compilation-mode]

Compilation mode turns each error message in the buffer into a hyperlink; you can move point to it and type RET, or click on it with the mouse (see Mouse References), to visit the locus of the error message in a separate window.

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Read process output line by line

If there a way to read the output of a subprocess line by line, or at least to get it in small batches? I have a subprocess doing work in the background, and printing a line every time it completes ...
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How can I detect compilation-mode is waiting for input

This often trips me up when building Linux kernels. I'll kick of a compile and after a while I realise it's not completed. What's usually happened is because the default config has changed it's ...
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Clickable links to py.test stack frame lines in compilation-mode

In compilation-mode, how can I make the default py.test output have clickable links to source code (when using py.test's default formatting of tracebacks)? Does somebody already have appropriate ...
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Why do paths start with “c:/c/…” in windows emacs when I use 'next-error'?

I'm using native windows emacs together with mingw. When there's a compile error, the *compilation* buffer looks like this: make -C .. make: Entering directory `/c/Users/m.grunwald/Documents/Projects/...
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compile-goto-error: be more consistent in choosing a window for display

I have a main window displaying buffer A, and bottom window displaying some project-wide search results. ┌───────────┐ │ A │ │ │ ├───────────┤ │ results │ └───────────┘ Hitting ...