Python mode: make emacs use existing *Python* frame, and not opena new one

Discussion in 'Python' started by Lars Bungum, Jun 16, 2011.

  1. Lars Bungum

    Lars Bungum Guest

    Hi,

    I am using python-mode to write python code in Emacs, and when I use the
    useful C-c C-c key combination to interpret the buffer, Emacs always
    opens another window inside the window I am using.

    I prefer using Emacs split in two windows (one on each physical screen)
    where I program in one of them and use the Python interpreter in the
    other. Is there a way I can tell Emacs to use the *Python* buffer in
    the Window that is already open instead of creating a new one?

    Note: When I tried gnu.emacs.help it was suggested that it was a bug (as
    the only suggestion). Is there a way to get around this?

    --lars
    Lars Bungum, Jun 16, 2011
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