On Thu, Dec 01, 2016 at 12:41:18PM -0500, Steve Litt wrote:
> > Just before some time, emacs --daemon, would go into background, so it
> > was not feasible to control it with s6 scripts. Now developers changed
> > it, and it is possible to invoke multiple instances by name, and still
> > keep the daemon in foreground. In that mode there is no interface to
> > editor. Clients that access the editor, show the interface.
> Fascinating! How do emacs clients communicate with the emacs daemon?
> How many other user programs might be used as daemons. What an
> interesting idea! For some reason, mplayer pops into my mind.
I have a strange feeling that you are joking...