|Subject:||Re: Join Multiple Lines|
|Date:||Thu, 31 May 2007 09:26:18 -0300|
I apologize....I pasted wrongly...it's working perfectly....great feature...
can you try to get this function available by default in future emacs version?
Ankur JainOn 5/31/07, Ankur Jain <address@hidden> wrote:Hi weber,
I pasted this code in my .emacs and restarted Emacs. I got the following error :
Symbol's value as variable is void: On
To ensure normal operation, you should investigate the cause of the error in your initialization file and remove it. Start Emacs with the `--debug-init' option to view a complete error backtrace
Ankur--On 5/30/07, weber < address@hidden> wrote:On 29 maio, 03:45, "Ankur Jain" < address@hidden> wrote:
> How can I join multiple lines into one line using Emacs.
> I know the command "join-line" to join the current line with previous; how
> to do it for multiple lines?
> Can I execute it multiple times for a set of lines. If yes, please let me
> know how to do that?
> Ankur Jain
I just wrote and tested this function.
Just mark the region and do a join-region.
Tell me if it helped,
(defun join-region (beg end)
"Apply join-line over region."
(let ((beg (region-beginning))
(end (copy-marker (region-end))))
(while (< (point) end)
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