compile-history-local.el arranges for Emacs compiles to have buffer-local compile-history, so that different commands are remembered in different buffers. This is good when working on a couple of different programs at the same time.

I've used this for a long time in a few forms and the effect is not perfect, but often helpful. The usual trouble is when re-running from the compilation buffer rather than a file it's easy to get confused about what was the last command. The implementation is a bit of a hack too.

compile-history-local.el is free software (free as in freedom), published under the terms of the GNU General Public License (v3 or up).

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