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clear-process-buffer: preference variable

Default value: 0x20

If 1, the commands push, start-process, compile-buffer, and make will each begin by emptying the process buffer. If 0, the commands append to whatever text is already in the process buffer.

Other bit values instruct individual commands to empty the process buffer: 0x2 affects push, 0x4 affects start-process, 0x8 affects compile-buffer, and 0x10 affects make, while 0x1 overrides these and forces all these commands to clear. You can add these bit values together.

If Epsilon isn't set to use the buffer "process" for one of these commands, then that command will ignore this variable. (For instance, compile-in-separate-buffer normally tells Epsilon to use a separate buffer for compilations; this variable won't affect that.)

The 0x20 bit makes Epsilon clear ssh buffers when it reuses them.

More info:

The Concurrent Process



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