|> I still have to find a way to make this work inside mode-compile
patching this in mode-compile.el seems to work
(defun mc--compile (compile-command)
;; Call compile with the compile command
;; but append the remote-command before
(if (null mc--remote-command)
;; local compile
(mc--compile-sav compile-command t) ; <--
+-- "t" added to list
;; remote compile
(let ((thisdir (expand-file-name (or default-directory "~"))))
;; The command to lauch remote commands
;; Change to this buffer directory ...
"'( cd " thisdir " ; "
;; then run the compile command
compile-command " )'")))))
But I'm not too sure, only using emacs for 30 years now...
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