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Re: newbie: is there a complete list of extended commands?


From: Mark A. Odell
Subject: Re: newbie: is there a complete list of extended commands?
Date: Tue, 27 Apr 2004 11:23:35 -0400
User-agent: Pan/0.9.5 (Unix)

In article <address@hidden>, "Klaus Berndl" <address@hidden> wrote:

> On Tue, 27 Apr 2004, Mark A. Odell wrote:
>>  I am looking for a complete list of extended commands, e.g. goto-line.
>>  I've downloaded the sources and grep'd for such things but I'm having no
>>  luck. I'm trying to build a Brief keymap for use in Emacs so I'd like to
>>  know what extended commands are available. Right now I only have ALT-g
>>  mapped to goto-line, not much of a Brief keymap yet.

> What do you mean with *extended* commands?  Does M-x apropos-command RET and
> then inserting .* help? This gives you an alphabetical list of all currently
> loaded commands.  Klaus

That's exactly what I meant by extended commands. Not knowing that ESC-x
apropos-command RET existed I was at a loss. Thanks so much.

- Mark


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