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Thu, 09 Apr 2009 19:49:40 -0400
Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/23.0.92 (gnu/linux)
Peter Dyballa <address@hidden> writes:
Am 09.04.2009 um 21:39 schrieb Sean Sieger:
> Section 23.7.1 Making Buffer Names Unique in the manual doesn't
> the elisp (require 'uniquify) before discussing customizing the
> variable, uniquify-buffer-name-style. Should it?
I think it's auto-loaded. C-h f uniq TAB gives a lot of functions.
Not on GNU Emacs 188.8.131.52 (i686-pc-linux-gnu, GTK+ Version 2.14.4) of
2009-04-09 on g41r2f1.
If I evaluate (require 'uniquify), the variables and the functions
become available through C-h v and C-h f.
I'm totally digging having found this variable. I have never wanted the
path in the title bar nor---god forbid---in the mode line. However I
often have many files named `WORKSHEET' open and initializing this
variable with `forward' so solves ... scratches an itch I have had for a
long time. Uh-huh, this completes a little system of every project
having a file of that name and `-*- outline -*-' at the top of each.
I don't have an older version of Emacs to check this on, do older
versions auto-load uniquify.el?
- uniquify-buffer-name-style, Sean Sieger, 2009/04/08
- Re: uniquify-buffer-name-style, Tassilo Horn, 2009/04/08
- Re: uniquify-buffer-name-style, tyler, 2009/04/08
- Re: uniquify-buffer-name-style, Samuel Wales, 2009/04/08
- Re: uniquify-buffer-name-style, Sean Sieger, 2009/04/09
- Re: uniquify-buffer-name-style, Peter Dyballa, 2009/04/09
- Re: uniquify-buffer-name-style,
Sean Sieger <=
- Re: uniquify-buffer-name-style, tyler, 2009/04/09
- Re: uniquify-buffer-name-style, Sean Sieger, 2009/04/10
- Message not available
- Re: uniquify-buffer-name-style, Miles Bader, 2009/04/09