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use-compile-command-file-variable: preference variable

Default value: 2

A file can use a file variable named "compile-command" to indicate that the compile-buffer command should run a specific command line to compile that file. Set this variable to 1 if you want compile-buffer to use such settings without any further prompting. Set it to 0 to have compile-buffer ignore any such file variable. Set it to 2 to have the command prompt, showing you the suggested compilation command and letting you edit it, before running it.



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