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* doc/emacs/maintaining.texi (Switching Projects)
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* etc/NEWS: Same.
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directory.
@findex project-eshell
The command @code{project-eshell} starts an Eshell session in a new
The command @code{project-eshell} starts an Eshell session in a new
buffer with the current project's root as the working directory.
@xref{Top,Eshell,Eshell, eshell, Eshell: The Emacs Shell}.
@node Switching Projects
@subsection Switching Projects
Commands that operate on project files (@pxref{Project File
Commands that operate on project files (@pxref{Project File
Commands}) will conveniently prompt you for a project directory when
no project is current. When a project is current but you want to
no project is current. When you are inside a project but you want to
operate on a different project, the command
@code{project-switch-project} can be used.
This command prompts you for a new project directory, and then
displays a menu of commands avilable for operating on the chosen
project. The variable @code{project-switch-commands} controls which
commands are avilable in the menu, and by which keys they are invoked.
This command prompts you to choose a directory among known project
roots, and then displays the menu of available commands to operate on
the chosen project. The variable @code{project-switch-commands}
controls which commands are avilable in the menu, and by which keys
they are invoked.
@node Change Log
@section Change Logs
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** Project
*** Previously used project directories are now are now completed by
*** Previously used project directories are now suggested by
all commands that prompt for a project directory.
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*** New command 'project-switch-project'.
This command lets you "switch" to another project by running a project
This command lets you "switch" to another project and run a project
command chosen from a dispatch menu.
** gdb-mi
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