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Thu, 07 Oct 2010 22:14:27 +0200
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proudly announce the present state of
augmented by thing-in-thing functions, has a download file now:
In short is's an util foreseeing a large number of
possible edit operations.
Just today wrote a form
(re-search-forward "[A-Z] [a-zäöü] [a-zäöüß]" nil t 1)
when realising, I'd better put double-slashed parens
Putting double-slashed parens is a kind of nasty edits.
Not so with `thing-at-point-utils':
(re-search-forward "\\([A-Z]\\) \\([a-zäöü]\\) \\([a-zäöüß]\\)" nil t 1)
Well, it's a long name for a function but it does not that easy things
And there are several thousends of such functions available now....
Visit https://launchpad.net/s-x-emacs-werkstatt for some more info.
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