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If you are using EShell the following works: man grep: Add "man" to the list value of eshell-visual-commands and use *man grep instead of man grep at the command line of Eshell. Background: The commands in eshell-visual-commands are started in term-mode which allows paging if the command does do that. man has an Eshell-own Elisp implementation eshell/man ...


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One way I discovered is to construct the command send to the bash process in such a way that after the execution the bash process gets stopped: (format "%s; kill -s STOP %s\n" command (process-id bash-process)) This way a process-sentinel can be used to detect when the execution is done and can enable the process again: (defun sentinel (proc status) (...


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