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process-enter

Send a line to the concurrent process.  Process mode: <Enter>

Pressing the <Enter> key in process mode moves the error spot backwards to point, so that Epsilon searches for error messages from this new location. If the process-enter-whole-line variable is nonzero, Epsilon moves to the end of the current line before sending it to the process, but only when in a line that has not yet been sent to the process. If the process-enter-whole-line variable is two, Epsilon copies the current line to the end of the buffer, making it easier to repeat a command.

More info:

The Concurrent Process



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