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You need to include the arguments in the Eshell alias as $1, $2, ... or as full list of provided arguments $*. See the documentation of Eshell aliases. In your special case you could use: alias cmake 'cmake -DCMAKE_EXPORT_COMPILE_COMMANDS=1 $*'


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Have you tried using exec-path-from-shell package? It loads the environment variables that are used in your shell. If you are using use-package then this should suffice: (use-package exec-path-from-shell :config (exec-path-from-shell-initialize))


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