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[GNU ELPA] Csv-Mode version 1.22

From: ELPA update
Subject: [GNU ELPA] Csv-Mode version 1.22
Date: Wed, 08 Feb 2023 17:02:45 -0500

Version 1.22 of package Csv-Mode has just been released in GNU ELPA.
You can now find it in M-x list-packages RET.

Csv-Mode describes itself as:

  Major mode for editing comma/char separated values

More at

## Summary:

  This package implements CSV mode, a major mode for editing records
  in a generalized CSV (character-separated values) format.  It binds
  files with prefix ".csv" to `csv-mode' (and ".tsv" to `tsv-mode') in

  In CSV mode, the following commands are available:

  - C-c C-s (`csv-sort-fields') and C-c C-n (`csv-sort-numeric-fields')
    respectively sort lexicographically and numerically on a
    specified field or column.

  - C-c C-r (`csv-reverse-region') reverses the order.  (These
    commands are based closely on, and use, code in `sort.el'.)

## Recent NEWS:

Since 1.21:
- New command `csv-insert-column'.
- New config var `csv-align-min-width' for `csv-align-mode'.

Since 1.9:
- `csv-align-mode' auto-aligns columns dynamically (on screen).

Before that:
Begun on 15 November 2003 to provide lexicographic sorting of
simple CSV data by field and released as csv.el.  Facilities to
kill multiple fields and customize separator added on 9 April 2004.
Converted to a major mode and renamed csv-mode.el on 10 April 2004,
partly at the suggestion of Stefan Monnier <monnier at
IRO.UMontreal.CA> to avoid conflict with csv.el by Ulf Jasper.
Field alignment, comment support and CSV mode customization group
added on 1 May 2004.  Support for index ranges added on 6 June
2004.  Multiple field separators added on 12 June 2004.
Transposition added on 22 June 2004.  Separator invisibility added
on 23 June 2004.

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