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date Wed, 19 Dec 2018 01:06:46 +0200
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.TH E 1 2015-12-10 "e 0.2" "User Manuals"
.SH NAME
e, ew, ec, et \- shortcuts for "emacsclient"
.SH SYNOPSIS
.B e
.I file...
.br
.B ew
.I file...
.br
.B ec
.I file...
.br
.B et
.I file...
.SH DESCRIPTION
.SS Commands
.B e
is shortcut for
.B emacsclient -n\c
, which means
.I edit
and
.I no wait\c
\[char46] File will be opened in
.I existing
Emacs window.

.B ew
is shortcut for
.B emacsclient\c
, which means
.I edit
and
.I wait\c
\[char46] File will be opened in
.I existing
Emacs window.

.B ec
is shortcut for
.B emacsclient -c\c
, which means
.I edit
in
.I new frame\c
\[char46]

.B et
is shortcut for
.B emacsclient -t\c
, which means
.I edit
in
.I current terminal\c
\[char46]

Each command start Emacs if it's not already running (via
.B -a emacs
option).

If first file isn't writable by user - open it with
.I TRAMP sudo
method.

Without arguments opens current directory in Dired.

Under Cygwin native Emacs being used.

.SH USAGE
.B e
is primary command to open file in main Emacs frame. Run without arguments to quickly enter to Dired
in currrent directory.

.B et
may be used as
.B EDITOR\c
\[char46]

.B ec
may be used for opening Emacs frame in current desktop/page for quick notes.

.SH OPTIONS
.IP --help
print this help
.SH COPYRIGHT
.B e
utility and documentation was placed in public domain by author.
.SH AUTHOR
Oleksandr Gavenko <gavenkoa@gmail.com>.
.SH BUGS
Send all bugs to <gavenkoa@gmail.com>.