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Re: Alterative to tc-indent-region?

From: David Z Maze
Subject: Re: Alterative to tc-indent-region?
Date: Tue, 10 Jul 2007 11:31:56 -0400
User-agent: Gnus/5.110006 (No Gnus v0.6) Emacs/21.4 (usg-unix-v)

Svend Tollak Munkejord <address@hidden> writes:

> Is there a function in standard No Gnus that resembles
> tc-indent-region from Trivial Cite? (I didn't find any.)
> tc-indent-region inserts ">" in front of each line, and it is
> practical if you want to fix replies to replies made e.g. using
> Outlook.

I might just use M-x replace-regexp ^ > to insert a > at the start of
each line.

(Bizarrely, this is something I know how to do *easier* in vi: move to
start of current region, use C-g to find the current line number, move
to end of region, then do :97,.s/^/>/ where 97 was that earlier line
number to do the same replace-regexp.)

C-h f indent-region talks about indenting non-blank lines with the fill
prefix, which is set via set-fill-prefix, which IIRC is usually bound to
C-x f.  So another approach would be to move after the citation mark on
an earlier line, run M-x set-fill-prefix, then select the section to
quote and run M-x indent-region.

C-h f message- TAB gives me a list of message-related functions (which
is to say, Gnus' message-composition mode) but nothing there jumped out
at me.


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