|> How do you run those programs inside emacs? I guess this is on Windows?
With mode-compile, which is not core, but nevertheless the default in cperl-mode.
You may want to look into the perl menu in the top-bar after activating cperl-mode.
<menu-bar> <Perl> <Run> runs the command mode-compile, which is an
interactive autoloaded compiled Lisp function in `mode-compile.el'.
Auto flush was helpful yes, but input is still ignored.
Actually all input is considered compilation or error navigation commands, which makes sense in a buffer with start
Now I'm thinking about making my script automatically redirecting stdout and stdin to a spawned console /or buffer. This while still keeping stder in the compilation buffer...
I did this before in order to debug Term::ReadLine
apps, have to dig that out again. I'm weak on tty Channel foo ...
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