On OS X, how do I start Cocoa emacs and bring it to front?
I have Emacs for OS X installed on my MacBook Pro. In order to launch Emacs from the command line, I have created a file called
/usr/bin/emacs with the following contents:
#!/bin/sh /Applications/Emacs.app/Contents/MacOS/Emacs "$@"
and I have chmoded the file to make it executable.
However, when I launch emacs from the command line, the emacs GUI window goes to the bottom of the UI stack and the terminal window stays on top. Is there any way I can get the emacs GUI to go to the top of the UI stack?