On Thursday 06 November 2003 18:44, Arnold Krille wrote:
> On Thursday 06 November 2003 18:20, Thibaut Cousin wrote:
> > Le Jeudi 6 Novembre 2003 17:34, Jeroen Wijnhout a =E9crit :
> > > > I made a small mistake in Kile, I typed Ctrl+D after using the
> > > > embedded Konsole. I hoped that switching tabs would reopen it, but
> > > > it didn't.
> > > > My suggestion would simply be that clicking on the "Konsole" tab
> > > > reopens the Konsole if it has been closed, and/or to have a
> > > > right-button menu with an entry for that.
> > > > Regards,
> > >
> > > I'm aware of the problem, never got to the point of actually fixing
> > > this. Keep reminding me ;-)
> > Sure.
> > cron -> mail -s "Reminder" kile-devel@...
> > Just joking. ;-)
> a small shell-script does the same trick:
> while [ 1 -eq 1 ]; do
> cat reminder_mail | sendmail kile-devel@...;
> sleep 2s;
To prevent the kile-devel list from being swamped with reminder emails I=20
decided to fix the bug :-)
So the latest CVS version respawns the Konsole after you accidentally close=
it with Ctrl-D. The newly started Konsole is not synced automatically (this=
is the price you pay for closing it). When you switch between files or=20
between Log/Messages/Output view, the Konsole is synced as usual of course.
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