Questions tagged [shell]

Questions relating to commands for passing single command lines to shell sub-processes, running a shell interactively with input and output to an Emacs buffer, and for running a shell in a terminal emulator window.

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How to pass bash commands from a script to terminal?

Let's say I have a bash script. Is there a way I can pass specific lines or blocks in the script to terminal process in EMACS? Just like how we do for R script using command C-c R
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How can I disable company-mode in a shell when it is remote?

I am using (global-company-mode 1) but using remote shell it is annoyingly slow. How can I disable company mode when I open a shell buffer, but only if it's a remote shell? The problem manifests ...
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shell blocks chaining with :post-processing calls and using stdin to create “filter” blocks

To increase modularisation of my emacs code blocks I'm attempting to factor out common functionality into separate function blocks. I'm running into difficulties with chaining :post calls, and using :...
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How to save and execute a python file?

I do not prefer python-mode. I would like a generic way so that I can understand emacs. I wish the file be saved and python file command then be run as if in a shell.
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Emacs continuously asking for input and not sure what is the cause

I have this function implemented to basically compile and run the cpp file I am writing. Some files needs input (cin) so running this function will not stop and would continuously showing this message:...
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Run elisp function from console against running emacs daemon?

If I have an emacs daemon already launched (which loads my config functions, etc) via $ emacs --daemon then how can I run (from linux console) some arbitrary elisp? In my case I'd like to run (org-...
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How to show colours and clear when running React development server in eshell?

Here is how the usual Ubuntu terminal looks when you run the React development serving using npm start and make changes to your source: Say the server was already running and you tried to do npm ...
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Chronos cannot speak French

I changed chronos-text-to-speech-notify acording to https://github.com/dxknight/chronos/issues/2. My Chronos config includes this: (setq chronos-text-to-speech-program-parameters "-s 50 -k 1 -a ...
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How to format shell commands run from Dired?

I want to execute a formatted shell command on a file from within Dired. I am aware that I can use dired-do-shell-command to run a shell command on a selected file file by entering ! <command> ...
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Shell 2 shows shell 1 Filename/Process

This has bugged me on and off forever. Why does my Ibuffer show shell<1> in the Filename/Process column for buffer named *shell*<2>? MRL Name Size Mode ...
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How to remove message `Indentation setup for shell type sh`

I open shell files at startup and often get this in *Messages*: Setting up indent for shell type sh Indentation variables are now local. Indentation setup for shell type sh All my files cause this ...
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Skim: search backward generates shell buffer in Emacs

I have configured forward and backward search between Emacs and Skim (MacOS) for my LaTeX work. While the search works fine, every time I do an backward search from Skim, an additional shell buffer ...
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run shell command interactively and insert final output into main buffer

I'm something of an Emacs newbie. I would like to run a shell script I've written and insert the output into the buffer I'm working in. But the script requires some interaction, so ideally I'd like ...
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how to enable pager like behavior in a shell buffer?

I can't believe I'm saying this, but one thing that is "nice" about windows cmd is the pager. When I do man grep in a bash shell inside emacs buffer it spits out the entire content at once. Is there a ...
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How can I tell when non-interactive bash process is done executing a command?

I'm trying to write a different shell command line interface where the input line stays at the top. Output of previous commands should stack below: > INPUT LINE LAST OUTPUT (of command 1) ...
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Emacs shell slow compile

So I've been searching around for this particular problem and apparently I found no solutions. There are posts on reddit about this: https://www.reddit.com/r/emacs/comments/3scsak/...
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(comint-magic-space) in Eshell

I like to interact with the history of my bash commands. For instance, !?python would run the last command that contains python. Since the outcome is quite unpredictable, I often expand it before ...
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Is there a way to speed up emac's “shell” mode?

I am new to emacs. I know we can open a shell, eshell, or term with M-x shell, M-x eshell and M-x term. I have a program that needs to run make then run. On an external terminal app, I am on XFCE so ...
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send custom commands to shell

I have just joined the Emacs church. I would like to know if the following can be done. Say I have a project folder, I would like to run some custom commands that tie to some keyboard shorcuts for ...
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1 single custom command to compile and run executable

In my emacs init file, I have this: (add-hook 'c++-mode-hook (lambda () (set (make-local-variable 'compile-command) (concat "g++ " buffer-file-name)))) Then, ...
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How to determine which program is running inside an emacs shell buffer?

I have an emacs shell buffer which may or may not be running a certain interactive program such as ftp or python. I wish to write a lisp function which will interact with this program, but I would ...
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In a terminal (not in Emacs), how can I use emacs helm/swipe to choose old shell command from bash_history?

In a terminal, we can use C-r to search a command from bash_history, but it is far less powerful than the Emacs package like helm-swoop or ivy-swipe. How can I use a shortcut in terminal (e.g., C-r) ...
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Elisp: How to accumulate function return into a list

I have this small snippet of Elisp code that decodes kernel traces: (defvar projbase "/my/proj/base") (setq my_shell_output (substring (shell-command-to-string (concat "/home/demetra/scripts/...
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Emacs / Projectile complains about no job control with Bash/terminal

I use Emacs 27.0.50 on Ubuntu 18.04. Fish is my default shell. When a file from a directory with .git is being loaded into the buffer, I'm trying to start projectile-find-file , I see the following ...
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How do I make file paths clickable/navigable in Shell as described in the documentation?

For the life of me, I cannot get this functionality to work: https://wikemacs.org/wiki/Shell#Make_file_paths_clickable I've run (add-hook 'shell-mode-hook 'compilation-shell-minor-mode) in my .emacs ...
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How do I generate a swiper like list from a custom input?

I need help with creating a tool. So I have some lines selected by a region, that I need to feed line by line to a shell/python script. The output of shell/python script will be of the form: 0xabcd ...
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M-x shell's M-r doesn't search bash_history

All, When I in the emacs shell (run by M-x shell) and press M-r, it only search a very limited command history and doesn't search the bash_history file. But it is said Emacs shell will read my bash's ...
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always prompt for default directory when opening interactive subshell

When I invoke C-u M-x shell while visiting a local file or scratch buffer, emacs does not prompt me to enter the default directory for the shell. But if I'm visiting a remote file or directory ...
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How to execute a shell script inside of emacs?

I simply want to execute the whole file I am editing right now in a small shell buffer just like I can run my python script. How can I do this?
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How can I set the default shell in spacemacs (Evil mode) when executing commands in a buffer?

I've downloaded spacemacs (configured with Evil mode) on a Windows PC and would like to use bash or wsl as the default. Example: Open the evil-tutor and execute command :!ls Desired Behaviour: I ...
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How to pipe large files through fold before opening?

On a regular basis I need to open files that have really long lines, which unfortunately causes emacs to grind to a halt. My understanding is that this is a long-term issue with the renderer. I've ...
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How to append an argument to an external command in init.el?

I 1must append a config file to 2package command, required as -p puppeteer-config.json. In my init.el, I tried changing the native command as shown below: From: (setq ob-mermaid-cli-path "~/...
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Spawn a bash outside emacs?

I am trying to spawn a shell outside emacs, not in a buffer. I have tried (start-process "firefox" nil "firefox"), wich does start a firefox process outside emacs, but when i tried (start-process "...
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Multi-processing via TRAMP with asynchronous shell commands

I found the following code in TRAMP: (defun tramp-adb-handle-shell-command (command &optional output-buffer error-buffer) "Like `shell-command' for Tramp files." (let* ((asynchronous (...
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How to make *Shell Command Output* buffer scroll to the end?

I often execute shell commands via M-! and their output is then shown in the buffer *Shell Command Output*. How can I make this buffer display the end (rather than the beginning) so that I can see ...
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How color specific text in shell?

Windows 10 (64 bit), Emacs 26.1 Here Windows console. Result of build my project: gradlew assemble here result: as you can see text BUILD SUCCESSFUL is on green color. Nice. Now same on Emacs's ...
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Tramp hangs in “Waiting for prompts from remote shell”

new emacs user here. I'm trying to get tramp to work but can't figure out what's wrong. I do: M-x councel-tramp select /ssh:myserver But I just get "Waiting for prompts from remote shell" and it ...
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Select *Input History* buffer

The Emacs *shell* has a nice command history accessible via C-c C-l (comint-dynamic-list-input-ring). However, in classic Emacs fashion, the *Input History* buffer which displays the history is not ...
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The elisp function to run the shell command in specific file path

Personally I need run many shell command in emacs, I find it is not convenient to run a shell engine (eshell) or using it separately (bash), so is there a elisp function (local provide by emacs or any ...
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How to create shortcut that will kill process for buffer with fixed name

I have code like this to run R command from Emacs: (defun call-r-command (command-list) "run R command in shell buffer window if there is displayed buffer that have shell it will use that window"...
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Associate a buffer with a process

I am using Python with elpy. I am trying to use a Python shell opened on the remote computer using a shell buffer. I can cheat elpy by renaming the shell buffer with Python running in it to *Python*. ...
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Can't run Windows 10 Bash with ansi-term

I've got this error, when running M-x ansi-term C:/Windows/System32/bash.exe RET Spawning child process: invalid argument after running M-x debug-on-entry RET start-process RET when running M-x ...
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How do I use tramp to launch a remote PowerShell?

I'm trying to launch a PowerShell on a remote Windows system using tramp. So far all I've been able to do is start a PowerShell inside Emacs on the local (Windows) machine. What is the connection ...
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Is there a way to restrict history in shell-mode?

I run lots of test in shell-mode because I love being able to search through the history. However, some of these tests print lots of info to stdout and will cause my memory usage to go through the ...
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Shell-mode execute script every time a shell is invoked

I have changed the emacs-shell mode shell to WSL ubuntu but however, the prompt is not very user-readable. For this reason I would like to execute a script that changes it so that its more readable ...
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after connecting ssh in multi-term, prompt is messed up

After connecting ssh in emacs multi-term, prompt is repeated. How can I remove repeated prompt? I'm using OS X, OS X Terminal works well. It's only problem in emacs multi-term.
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Direct emacs that open file from the pwd from shell buffer

I use shell mode, often. I use the c-xc-f. Most of the time, the start directory for looking for file, correspond to the PWD of the emacs shell buffer. Can i set that it is always the case/or reset it?...
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Need emacs lisp function to execute command in *shell* buffer

How to write a function (it would go into .emacs) that sends some command to shell buffer (and initializes shell if needed)? Something like: (defun () (interactive) (shell) (sh-send-text "ssh ...
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How to open several shell buffers and rename them respectively?

I try to solve the problem like this in test.el: (shell) (rename-buffer "name1") (shell) (rename-buffer "name2") (shell) (rename-buffer "name3") However, when I use (eval-buffer) to execute, it ...
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Emacs subshell: how to select options by moving up and down arrow keys?

I open a subshell session using M + x shell and I create a Nuxt.js application using: yarn create nuxt-app myproject. During the installation process, I am suggested which packages/frameworks/...