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Re: vim equivalent in emacs %5,50s/serah_term/replace_term/gc


From: David Combs
Subject: Re: vim equivalent in emacs %5,50s/serah_term/replace_term/gc
Date: Sun, 16 Dec 2007 19:42:57 +0000 (UTC)

In article <address@hidden>,
Peter Dyballa  <address@hidden> wrote:
>
>Am 23.11.2007 um 03:33 schrieb David Combs:
>
>>> Activate 'active region highlighting' from Options menu, mark the
>>> region either by dragging with the mouse cursor or with the keyboard
>>> (M-g g 5 RET C-SPC M-g g 50 RET), and then substitute:
>>
>>
>> M-g?  So I did C-h k on M-g, and in a mini-or-whatever buffer at
>> screen bottom, a line saying "set-face: default m-g d, ......".
>
>M-g has become a command prefix in GNU Emacs 22. M-g g invokes the  
>function goto-line. In earlier version(s) in invoked the set-face  
>function.

AH-HA!   THANK YOU!


>
>>
>> My question: how to grab that doc-line?
>
>Which ``doc-line┬┤┬┤? Do you mean what the key combination is doing/ 
>stands for? C-h k <key combination>.
>
>>
>> Trying to regionize it kills it, nor does it seem to be in *Messages*.
>
>
>Could be there is also activation of transient-mark-mode necessary.  
>And again: GNU Emacs 21 might miss this and that ...
>
>--
>Greetings
>
>   Pete
>
> From error to error, one discovers the entire truth.
>                                                      - Sigmund Freud
>
>
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