Re: [isabelle] find sessions

Am 13.11.2013 13:29, schrieb Makarius:
> On Tue, 12 Nov 2013, René Neumann wrote:
>>>> Reason: Have a script select one from the list and pass it on as
>>>> 'isabelle jedit -l $SESSION'
>> I just came up with this little Scala-snippet, that seems to do what I
>> need (first time ever I touched Scala):
> So far the question what you actually need was left open.
> Isabelle/jEdit already provides a dialog to select the logic image, and
> it is rebuilt automatically on startup.  The reboot is a bit awkward,
> but it should usually do the job.

I want jEdit to start right up with the correct session. This
Scala-snippet would mostly be needed for sanity-checks ("does the
session you want me to pass to jEdit exist"), and hence not doing them
is ok. The other usecase was that calling my script with a unique
substring of the session name was sufficient. But I rarely use this, and
if I really will, the dialog in jEdit should take care of it.

- René
René Neumann

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