Silvio Levy <l...@msri.org> writes:In my case, more than a matter of speed is a matter of convenience
>> > Why not use a GUI based emacs?
>> One reason is because logging in over a high latency connection to a
> I can attest that for remote editing -- even across town in one of the
(though speed also counts). At work I fire up a gnu screen session, and
inside it I have 5-6 'terminals', all running emacsclients giving me
different aspects of my work (mail, agenda, documentation, programming,
other, etc.). When I go to another office, home, etc. I just connect
through ssh to my workstation, reattach to gnu screen, and I have
*exactly* the same environment I was using at my office. I can do some
work, and next day at my office I'm exactly where I left it at home. For
me this is invaluable... (I have tried doing the same with xpra and
Emacs in X, but then the speed was the problem...).
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