Subject: Re: Editor for C & C++ language
To: vittorio <email@example.com>
From: Giorgos Keramidas <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 10/23/2005 14:03:50
On 2005-10-23 12:52, vittorio <email@example.com> wrote:
> In my freebsd portable I have xemacs that is "sensitive" to many
> environments (I use it for the statiscal program R and for pdflatex)
> among which C++ . In fact the C++ program I edit triggers a C++
> menu and many options among which there are also debug and compile.
> This latter unfortunately calls a "make -k" command while I'd like to
> run "g++ prog.c -g -o prog" as usual. Could someone explain what
> shoujld I do to modify xemacs as I want?
This is probably an effect of the default value of ``compile-command''.
What do you see if you type:
M-: (list compile-command) RET
should be ("make -k"). By customizing this variable, or setting it to a
local value when C++ code is edited, you should be able to make the menu
entry invoke any command you find more useful.