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Re: running command at end of emacs session



On Sat, Nov 22, 2008 at 02:01:10PM +1100, Daniel Dalton wrote:
> I'm not sure if this is the right place for this, but how can I run a
> command at the end of my emacs session? eg. when emacs exits, how do I
> make it run a bash command?

You could write a script:

#!/bin/sh
# anything you want done before starting emacs goes here
emacs
# commands to run after Emacs exits go here

Then make sure the script is in your path and run it instead of invoking emacs
directly, or in your ~/.bash_profile file,
alias emacs=your_script
substituting the name of the script in the above line.

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