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Old 09-08-2003, 12:36 PM   #1
BalaclavaBoB
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Question emacs + ch


Hello,
I was wondering how I could bind a key in emacs which would execute the program 'ch' with the current file being edited, as the argument, within a buffer in emacs.

I was thinking ctrl+F5, to keep with MSVC and lcc, as I am trying to get my University to switch the introductory C programming course IDE to gvim or emacs + ch + some debugger(probably gdb)

'ch' is a C interpreter available from softintegration.com

Cygwin is really slow on the machines due to some networking issue with novell (it takes 30 secs to open one console)

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