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Tue, 19 Sep 2006 13:24:36 +0200
Gnus/5.110006 (No Gnus v0.6) Emacs/22.0.50 (gnu/linux)
On Tue, Sep 19 2006, Andreas Roehler wrote:
> ;; Tries to be a quick commenting/uncommenting
> ;; facility, as it respects region - active-mark and
> ;; transient-mark-mode - but doesn't depend on them. If
> ;; on a line, wanting to comment or uncomment them,
> ;; you don't have to care if transient-mark-mode is on.
What's the advantage compared to (the do-what-I-mean behavior of)
`comment-region' ? Especially when using the new temporary
transient mark mode commands in (to be) Emacs 22? 
,----[ `C-h k M-;' ]
| M-; runs the command comment-region
| which is an interactive autoloaded Lisp function in `newcomment'.
| It is bound to M-;.
| (comment-region BEG END &optional ARG)
| Comment or uncomment each line in the region.
| With just C-u prefix arg, uncomment each line in region BEG .. END.
| Numeric prefix ARG means use ARG comment characters.
| If ARG is negative, delete that many comment characters instead.
| By default, comments start at the left margin, are terminated on each line,
| even for syntax in which newline does not end the comment and blank lines
| do not get comments. This can be changed with `comment-style'.
| The strings used as comment starts are built from
| `comment-start' without trailing spaces and `comment-padding'.
,----[ NEWS ]
| One method is to type C-SPC C-SPC; this enables Transient Mark mode
| and sets the mark at point. The other method is to type C-u C-x C-x.
| This enables Transient Mark mode temporarily but does not alter the
| mark or the region.
| After these commands, Transient Mark mode remains enabled until you
| deactivate the mark. That typically happens when you type a command
| that alters the buffer, but you can also deactivate the mark by typing
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