On Sun, 19 Apr 2015, Jay Young wrote:
> Is there a way to keep the current buffer active when I run the code
> from that buffer? For example, I have 2 buffers showing in a split
> view, some PHP code and then the message buffer. After I run Command-R,
> I'd like the PHP buffer to stay active so I can continue writing code
> there instead of the message buffer becoming active. Is this possible?
I've committed a change that adds a configurable flag to the
`textadept.run` module. You can put the following in your
textadept.run.RUN_IN_BACKGROUND = true
This will show up in the next nightly.
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