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Re: Modifying many function calls

From: Andreas Röhler
Subject: Re: Modifying many function calls
Date: Wed, 27 Oct 2010 15:05:33 +0200
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Am 27.10.2010 12:16, schrieb Andrea Crotti:
Andreas Röhler<>  writes:


wrote years ago the opposite: defining aliases for all prefixed
functions, The alias then was the function name with prefix turned
into suffix. Should exist in the archive

Purpose was making completion of function-groups work.
However, would write that differently today probably.

Also, if you give some info here, it should be possible to put the
script together at this list.

Questions would be:

- reside all files with functions to rename in the same directory?
- really all functions to rename?
- only functions to rename, not variables?

- actually in the same big org-mode file

(?) assume "directory"

In any case, suggest to move your functions into a separate directory or file.
That would make things much easier.

Unless there are reason not to do this.

If in a directory, first task is to get a list of files.
Function below as an example messaging in:

(defun load-files-from-directory (&optional dir)
  (let* ((dir (or dir default-directory))
(files (directory-files (expand-file-name (substitute-in-file-name dir)) t "\\.el$")))
    (message "%s" files)))

If just one file, its even easier, we proceed there.

 (unless I call something from
   some yasnippet snippet, but I don't think)
- yes maybe also variables
   But variables can be assigned to a group also (with defcustom) so it's
   not so bad
- yes really all functions (some have the "my-" prefix but that can be
   changed easily I think)

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