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Is there a built in command to migrate open buffers to another frame when delete-frame is called?

I see that there is a variable `delete-frame-functions' that could be hooked into to do this with some elisp code, but I wondered if there is already a way.

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    All buffers are accessible in all frames. If that's not the case, perhaps you have different instances of Emacs running. In that case consider using emacs --daemon together with emacsclient. – Ivan Andrus Jul 2 '12 at 20:34
  • I see, my problem was that opening a file from Finder on Mac OS X was starting a new process. If I start the emacs server then the buffers are available in other frames befor and after the frame is closed – justinhj Jul 2 '12 at 23:23
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As Ivan's comment points out, all buffers should be available in all frames. In my case I was starting a new emacs process when opening files from Finder, which I could fix by running `server-start' or running emacs as a daemon.

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