On Fri, Apr 04, 2003 at 07:39:27PM +0100, Stephen Watson wrote:
> I don't think I've posted this before. If you use XEmacs you can put these
> in your start up file. Running rox-view-current opens a rox window for the
> current buffer.
> (defun rox-view-file (file)
> "Open ROX-Filer window for named file"
> (interactive "fFile to show: ")
> (call-process "rox" nil 0 nil "-s" file)
> (defun rox-view-current ()
> "Open ROX-Filer window for the current file"
> (rox-view-file buffer-file-name)
> It might work in plain emacs, I don't know.
Thanks, I've added it to the FAQ:
"How can I open a filer window showing a file I'm editing?"
which also now has the sawfish hint.
Thomas Leonard http://rox.sourceforge.net
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