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Doing all the preparation to be able to do that is going to be more work than it is worth: you have to write special functions to use the buffer(s) of interest and then bind them to keys. I think it would be simpler to rename-uniquely the various grep/compile/etc buffers you create (so you would have *grep*<2>, *grep*<3> etc buffers, one for each ...


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I have a similar script, and I just run it directly from M-x compile. In my case, the script runs continuously once started and triggers a recompilation on file change. Sounds like that should work for you? You'd run utman make debug unit test from compile, don't invoke emacsclient or anything. Then, to get next-error working correctly on recompile, I do ...


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It's a minor glitch/bug in the Emacs error interface, compilation-next-file only works (at least as of Emacs 25) if you are in the buffer showing the error messages, not in the source file with the error. Do something like other-window to get your cursor into error message buffer and compilation-next-file will work (and then you probably need to hit ...


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