Zusammenfassung: Rückgängig gemacht auf den Stand vom 2013-08-24 11:21 UTC
< * [http://github.com/ZungBang/emacs-grep-o-matic/tree grep-o-matic] - use a single key combination to launch a WikiModes for the text under the cursor or marked region, in the currently open files, current buffer's directory or the whole current source code repository
> * [http://github.com/ZungBang/emacs-grep-o-matic/tree grep-o-matic] - use a single key combination to launch a search for the text under the cursor or marked region, in the currently open files, current buffer's directory or the whole current source code repository
I’m Avi Rozen, I use Emacs.
Actually, I’ve been using various versions of both Emacs and XEmacs on every computer and OS I happened to work on since 1988 (except for my old Atari 800XL). I use Emacs for writing (and hacking) code in various programming and scripting languages (C/C++, TeX/LaTeX, Scheme, EmacsLisp, Python, AWK, Bash, Tcsh, Matlab, Assembly, HTML, VBScript, PostScript?, to name a few). I use Emacs for running inferior processes such as GDB, Matlab, TeX and more. I use Emacs for editing binary files with HexlMode. I use Emacs for performing file system operations with DiredMode. I use Emacs to manage my to-do list with PlannerMode.
Oh, almost forgot - I also edit text with Emacs.
Over the years, as I find myself running Emacs on other people’s machines, I’ve come to realize that it’s best to be familiar with the default Emacs key bindings and default behavior, because I can’t rely on my personal customizations to be available. Emacs 22 is more than functional out of the box, with no customizations at all. Give it a try.
I wrote a few light-weight Emacs extensions, mostly for my own use:
You can contact me using mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org.
Welcome to the wiki! – DrewAdams
Does grep-a-lot handle igrep.el? – rubikitch
Fixed (please add (grep-a-lot-advise igrep) and verify) – AviRozen
Works fine!! Thanks – rubikitch