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Re: minibuffer plays hard to get with shell command output


From: Kevin Rodgers
Subject: Re: minibuffer plays hard to get with shell command output
Date: Thu, 10 Jan 2002 14:05:27 -0700

"Kim F. Storm" wrote:
> 
> address@hidden (Dan Jacobson) writes:
> 
> > Challenge: just how many keystrokes do you need to get what happens
> > from our one liner into your file or at least into the kill ring?
> > Clue: we're talking a buried *Shell Command Output* buffer here.
> 
> If you are using ido [latest release], the fastest you can do is to
> just insert the contents of *Shell Command Output* in your current
> buffer:
> 
>         C-x C-i s h RET
> 
> The "s h" part may need to be a few characters longer - just enough to
> get the *Shell Command Output* buffer to the head of the list  (or
> use "o u" instead if that's unique).

Indeed, I've had (global-set-key "\C-xI" 'insert-buffer) in my .emacs for
years now.  So for me, `C-x I *Sh TAB RET' generally does the trick.

-- 
Kevin Rodgers <address@hidden>



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