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Fri, 13 Jun 2003 18:03:17 -0400
The function minibuffer-selected-window returns the window which was
selected when entering the minibuffer. For bibtex.el I would like to
use a function minibuffer-selected-buffer that returns the buffer
which was the current buffer when entering the minibuffer. Would it
make sense to add such a function to emacs?
The best practice is to call completing-read only to read arguments
to a command. The current buffer when the command is run
is the selected window's buffer.
So it seems that (window-buffer (minibuffer-selected-window)) would do
the job. In what case is this not correct?