This function makes window the selected window and the window
selected within its frame (see Basic Windows) and selects that
frame. It also makes window’s buffer (see Buffers and Windows) current and sets that buffer’s value of
point to the
window-point (see Window Point) in window.
window must be a live window. The return value is window.
By default, this function also moves window’s buffer to the front
of the buffer list (see Buffer List), and makes window the
most recently selected window. However, if the optional argument
norecord is non-
nil, these additional actions are omitted.
This function runs
buffer-list-update-hook (see Buffer List)
unless norecord is non-
nil. Note that applications and
internal routines often temporarily select a window in order to simplify
coding. As a rule, such selections (including those made by the macros
with-selected-window below) are
not recorded thus avoiding to pollute
Selections that really count are those causing a visible change in
the next redisplay of window’s frame and should be always
recorded. This also means that to run a function each time a window
gets selected, putting it on
buffer-list-update-hook should be
the right choice.
The sequence of calls to
select-window with a non-
norecord argument determines an ordering of windows by their
selection time. The function
get-lru-window can be used to
retrieve the least recently selected live window (see Cyclic Window Ordering).
This macro records the selected frame, as well as the selected window of each frame, executes forms in sequence, then restores the earlier selected frame and windows. It also saves and restores the current buffer. It returns the value of the last form in forms.
This macro does not save or restore anything about the sizes, arrangement or contents of windows; therefore, if forms change them, the change persists. If the previously selected window of some frame is no longer live at the time of exit from forms, that frame’s selected window is left alone. If the previously selected window is no longer live, then whatever window is selected at the end of forms remains selected. The current buffer is restored if and only if it is still live when exiting forms.
This macro changes neither the ordering of recently selected windows nor the buffer list.
This macro selects window, executes forms in sequence, then
restores the previously selected window and current buffer. The ordering
of recently selected windows and the buffer list remain unchanged unless
you deliberately change them within forms; for example, by calling
select-window with argument norecord
This macro does not change the order of recently selected windows or the buffer list.
This function returns the window on frame that is selected
within that frame. frame should be a live frame; if omitted or
nil, it defaults to the selected frame.
This function makes window the window selected within the frame
frame. frame should be a live frame; if
defaults to the selected frame. window should be a live window;
nil, it defaults to the selected window.
If frame is the selected frame, this makes window the selected window.
If the optional argument norecord is non-
function does not alter the list of most recently selected windows,
nor the buffer list.
This functions returns the use time of window window. window must be a live window and defaults to the selected one.
The use time of a window is not really a time value, but an
integer that does increase monotonically with each call of
select-window with a
nil norecord argument. The
window with the lowest use time is usually called the least recently
used window while the window with the highest use time is called the
most recently used one (see Cyclic Window Ordering).