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Dec
1
comment Ubuntu: Keep emacs in the terminal
emacs -nw then C-x C-f works perfectly, but why emacs -nw myfile doesn't work, I don't know.
Dec
1
comment Ubuntu: Keep emacs in the terminal
"Perfectly legit" seems to be very individual, since I'm very used to the fact that when I open a file, the string '>1;3201;0c' won't be prepended to the file's head and the buffer won't be marked as modified. It may work for you, but not for me, sorry.
Nov
27
comment Ubuntu: Keep emacs in the terminal
Useful idea, but then you can't just $ emacs myfile - it will append -nw as bytes to the opened file.