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Tue, 13 Jul 2004 08:32:36 -0500 (CDT)
>From my earlier message:
>From the docstring of the function `grep':
(defun grep (command-args &optional highlight-regexp)
"Run grep, with user-specified args, and collect output in a buffer.
While grep runs asynchronously, you can use \\[next-error] (M-x
or \\<grep-minor-mode-map>\\[compile-goto-error] in the grep \
output buffer, to go to the lines
where grep found matches.
Is there such a thing as `grep-minor-mode-map'? Should that be
Grepping finds no grep-minor-mode or grep-minor-mode-map. Due to
macros defining functions, this may not mean that much, but even
after loading grep.el, grep-minor-mode-map is still not defined.
compile-goto-error is bound to RET in grep-mode-map, so it seems
obvious that grep-mode-map is what is really meant.
Unless there are objections, I will change grep-minor-mode-map to
grep-mode-map in the docstring of grep.
After that `C-h f grep' will still give a somewhat strange looking
output if grep is not loaded, but I guess that nothing can be done
about that. At least it will look fine if grep is loaded.