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Stephen J. Turnbull
Tue, 30 Nov 2010 14:27:12 +0900
Tak Ota writes:
> > ! When prefix argument is provided without a number (`C-u' alone as
> > ! prefix) the matching strings are collected into the `*Occur*'
> > ! buffer. When COLLECT is zero the entire matched strings are
> > ! collected otherwise COLLECTth pair of parenthesized match in the
> > ! REGEXP is collected."
I don't think this describes the behavior of the prefix argument
correctly (you will be prompted for a number, IIUC). What happens
when the prefix argument is a number?
> > ! (defun multi-occur-in-matching-buffers (bufregexp regexp &optional
> > allbufs collect)
> > "Show all lines matching REGEXP in buffers specified by BUFREGEXP.
> > Normally BUFREGEXP matches against each buffer's visited file name,
> > but if you specify a prefix argument, it matches against the buffer name.
The COLLECT argument is undocumented.
Aside to the maintainers: the ALLBUFS argument could use further
clarification, but that's not Tak's responsibility.
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