Stephen Eglen @je30 @end|ng |rom c@m@@c@uk
Thu Nov 21 23:38:24 CET 2019

Thanks Alex...

there's a lot to go through here:
https://gitlab.com/jabranham/emacs/blob/master/init.el#L2537 and so it
looks like I have some fun coding to look forward to!


On Thu, Nov 21 2019, Alex Branham wrote:

> I've got it set up like that. It requires setting display-buffer-alist.
> I'm on my phone right now but you should be able to find my config here:
> gitlab.com/jabranham/emacs. Go to init.el and then just search for
> display-buffer.
> Alex
> On Thu, Nov 21, 2019, 4:20 PM Stephen Eglen via ESS-help <
> ess-help using r-project.org> wrote:
>> hi,
>> Has anyone on here been using the Emacs window manager, exwm?  I've been
>> using it for a few months, and generally like it.  One thing I've not
>> yet figured out is how to control window placement.  I'd like to have
>> something like an R window in the left window, and the *R graphics
>> output* window in the right window.  Even if I set up the windows like
>> this, as soon as I send another command to *R* buffer, the *R* buffer
>> pops up and the graphics window is gone.  I then have to switch around
>> to see it again.
>> I will be investigating solutions like eyebrowse.el, but curious to know
>> if anyone has already fixed this.  (I'm even thinking of an Rstudio like
>> setup, with a code buffer on the left half of the monitor, and the right
>> window split to show the graphics window above and the *R* session
>> below.
>> Stephen
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