seanmcl committed 91e67ca

variable rename

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 Window selection
-Experiments with two frames
 F1   = F1 contents before next-error
 F2   = F2 contents before next-error
 n-e  = frame in which I ran next-error
 s-w' = the selected window after next-error
 X    = I think disagrees with the spec
+Experiments with two frames
  | F1        | F2        | n-e | F1'       | X | F2'       | X | s-w' | X |
  | code      | *scratch* | F1  | split     |   | *scratch* |   | code |   |
   :type 'boolean)
 ;; (setq Omake.prompt-before-killing-project nil)
-(defcustom Omake.split-window-horizontally t
+(defcustom Omake.split-frame-horizontally t
   "See the info documentation for when this variable takes effect."
   :group 'omake
   :type 'boolean)
-;; (setq Omake.split-window-horizontally t)
-;; (setq Omake.split-window-horizontally nil)
+;; (setq Omake.split-frame-horizontally t)
+;; (setq Omake.split-frame-horizontally nil)
 (defcustom nil
   "See the info documentation for what this is and when it takes effect."
 ;; Detect version changes
-(defconst Omake.pre-version 10
+(defconst Omake.pre-version 11
   "We use a version number to synchronize the elisp code the omake server
 To roll a new version of elisp that is incompatible with ocaml or vice
 versa, you must bump the version number.  This prevents old elisp code
   ;; If we're splitting, there's a single frame with a single window.  If it's
   ;; dedicated, we have no hope of maintaining it
-  (let ((right (if Omake.split-window-horizontally
+  (let ((right (if Omake.split-frame-horizontally
         (left (selected-window)))