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[debbugs-tracker] bug#32731: closed (26.1.50; Ibuffer filter by mode: Handle >1 mode names)
Sat, 29 Sep 2018 09:50:02 +0000
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26.1.50; Ibuffer filter by mode: Handle >1 mode names
Fri, 14 Sep 2018 03:19:21 +0900
Ibuffer filtering is a great feature.
If you just want to filter by 1 major, then it's quite straight.
/m [mode1-name] RET
Filtering by >1 major mode is still possible; you must
combine the individuals filters with `ibuffer-or-filter':
/m [mode1-name] RET
/m [mode2-name] RET
/m [mode3-name] RET
/m [modeN-name] RET
This become a bit cumbersome with > 2 mode names; you also need to
remember how to combine filters, which I usually forget :-|
Following patch adds a new command `ibuffer-filter-by-used-modes',
similar as `ibuffer-filter-by-used-mode', to simplify this filtering.
The new command accepts a list of mode names, and it takes care
internally of the filter composition.
Interactively, it preserves the interface of `ibuffer-filter-by-used-mode',
with the only difference that the user might input a comma separated
list of mode names. For instance,
;; Following produces identical result as the original command
M-x ibuffer-filter-by-used-modes RET mode1-mode RET
;; This is equivalent to create the N filters + OR-compose them
M-x ibuffer-filter-by-used-modes RET mode1-mode,mode2-mode,...,modeN-mode RET
Author: Tino Calancha <address@hidden>
Date: Fri Sep 14 03:10:11 2018 +0900
Ibuffer filter by mode: Handle >1 mode names
Extend used mode filtering so that we can input >1 mode.
For instance, if we want to filter all buffers in
C or C++ mode, then we can call the filter interactively
with input: 'c-mode,c++-mode'.
* lisp/ibuf-ext.el (ibuffer-filter-by-used-modes):
New command. Accept a list of mode names (symbols).
Interactively, accept a comma separated list of mode names.
* lisp/ibuffer.el(ibuffer-mode-map): Rebind '/ m' to
the new command.
* etc/NEWS(Ibuffer): Announce this change.
diff --git a/etc/NEWS b/etc/NEWS
index a54ac2db43..6ef6f20b05 100644
@@ -48,6 +48,11 @@ often cause crashes. Set it to nil if you really need those
+*** The new command 'ibuffer-filter-by-used-modes', bound
+to '/ m', extends 'ibuffer-filter-by-used-mode'; it makes easy
+filtering buffers by a list of major modes.
*** New toggle 'ibuffer-do-toggle-lock', bound to 'L'.
diff --git a/lisp/ibuf-ext.el b/lisp/ibuf-ext.el
index a3143e5e29..b7c3ae8030 100644
@@ -1265,6 +1265,34 @@ used-mode
(ibuffer-list-buffer-modes) nil t nil nil default))))
(eq qualifier (buffer-local-value 'major-mode buf)))
+ "Limit current view to buffers with major mode in MODES.
+MODES is a list of mode names (symbols).
+When called interactively, accept the mode names separated by commas."
+ (let* ((buf (ibuffer-current-buffer))
+ (default (if (and buf (buffer-live-p buf))
+ (symbol-name (buffer-local-value
+ 'major-mode buf)))))
+ (mapcar #'intern
+ (if default
+ (format "Filter by major mode (default %s): " default)
+ "Filter by major mode: ")
+ nil nil nil nil default)
+ "\\s-*,\\s-*" t)))))
+ (setq modes (delete-dups modes))
+ (mapc #'ibuffer-filter-by-used-mode modes)
+ (let ((nb_modes (length modes)))
+ (when (>= nb_modes 2)
+ (cl-loop repeat (- nb_modes 2) do (ibuffer-or-filter))
+ (message nil)
;;;###autoload (autoload 'ibuffer-filter-by-derived-mode "ibuf-ext")
"Limit current view to buffers whose major mode inherits from QUALIFIER."
diff --git a/lisp/ibuffer.el b/lisp/ibuffer.el
index 08b0801cb5..f7c20d0da3 100644
@@ -519,7 +519,7 @@ ibuffer-mode-map
(define-key map (kbd "s m") 'ibuffer-do-sort-by-major-mode)
(define-key map (kbd "/ RET") 'ibuffer-filter-by-mode)
- (define-key map (kbd "/ m") 'ibuffer-filter-by-used-mode)
+ (define-key map (kbd "/ m") 'ibuffer-filter-by-used-modes)
(define-key map (kbd "/ M") 'ibuffer-filter-by-derived-mode)
(define-key map (kbd "/ n") 'ibuffer-filter-by-name)
(define-key map (kbd "/ *") 'ibuffer-filter-by-starred-name)
In GNU Emacs 26.1.50 (build 1, x86_64-pc-linux-gnu, GTK+ Version 3.22.11)
of 2018-09-14 built
Repository revision: 41cdda22c78eb0b00612ce25cdb356dd64322fcc
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Re: bug#32731: 26.1.50; Ibuffer filter by mode: Handle >1 mode names
Sat, 29 Sep 2018 18:49:03 +0900
Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/27.0.50 (gnu/linux)
Robert Pluim <address@hidden> writes:
> Eli Zaretskii <address@hidden> writes:
>>> From: Tino Calancha <address@hidden>
>>> Date: Tue, 25 Sep 2018 05:48:43 +0900 (JST)
>>> Cc: Tino Calancha <address@hidden>, address@hidden,
>>> > "She/he" seems to exclude nonbinary genders.
>>> > "S?he" does not HAVE to mean "only she or he".
>>> I don't feel excluded if I read "she". Maybe I have enough
>>> self-confidence or I know the difference between
>>> sex and gramatical genre.
>>> Anyway, whatever Eli likes is fine for me.
>> I usually just rewrite the text to be in plural, like "the users"
>> instead of "the user". Then "they" is correct English.
> Point of order: singular they has been correct English for the last
> 700 years. Some people donʼt like it, but that doesnʼt make it wrong.
My grandmother used to say:
"You'll never go to bed without learning a new thing"
[I know, every grandmother says that; same as the best
food is the one prepared by the mother of the person you are asking.]
I will write it in plural. Thank you all for the feedback!
Implemented at master branch as commit
'Ibuffer filter by modes: Accept several mode names'
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