Compile the program including the current buffer. Default: run `make'.
Runs COMMAND, a shell command, in a separate process asynchronously
with output going to the buffer `*compilation*'.
You can then use the command C-x ` to find the next error message
and move to the source code that caused it.
If optional second arg COMINT is t the buffer will be in Comint mode with
Interactively, prompts for the command if `compilation-read-command' is
non-nil; otherwise uses `compile-command'. With prefix arg, always prompts.
Additionally, with universal prefix arg, compilation buffer will be in
comint mode, i.e. interactive.
To run more than one compilation at once, start one then rename
the `*compilation*' buffer to some other name with
M-x rename-buffer. Then _switch buffers_ and start the new compilation.
It will create a new `*compilation*' buffer.
On most systems, termination of the main compilation process
kills its subprocesses.
The name used for the buffer is actually whatever is returned by
the function in `compilation-buffer-name-function', so you can set that to a function that generates a unique name. (fn COMMAND &optional COMINT)