Kai Grossjohann | 1 May 22:48 2004
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Re: isearchb.el 1.5

Peter Lee <pete_lee <at> swbell.net> writes:

>>>>> John Wiegley writes:
>
>     John> isearchb.el is like isearch applied to iswitchb: It makes it
>     John> trivial to switch to commonly used buffers by typing just a
>     John> few characters.  Whereas with iswitchb it took 6 keystrokes
>     John> to locate my *Group* buffer, now it just takes 3.
>
> What's the difference between using isearchb and mcomplete with
> iswitchb?  Just curious, as mcomplete has substring matching as well.

What's the difference between using iswitchb and using iswitchb with
mcomplete?  Just curious, as iswitchb has substring matching as well.

SCNR, but the question is meant seriously.

Kai
Sergei Pokrovsky | 2 May 13:19 2004

Re: isearchb.el 1.5

>>>>> "Kai" == Kai Grossjohann <kai <at> emptydomain.de> writes:

  Kai> Peter Lee <pete_lee <at> swbell.net> writes:
>>>>> John Wiegley writes:

  John>>> isearchb.el is like isearch applied to iswitchb: It makes it
  John>>> trivial to switch to commonly used buffers by typing just a
  John>>> few characters. Whereas with iswitchb it took 6 keystrokes
  John>>> to locate my *Group* buffer, now it just takes 3.

  >> What's the difference between using isearchb and mcomplete with
  >> iswitchb? Just curious, as mcomplete has substring matching as
  >> well.

  Kai> What's the difference between using iswitchb and using iswitchb
  Kai> with mcomplete? Just curious, as iswitchb has substring
  Kai> matching as well.

  Kai> SCNR, but the question is meant seriously.

When I used mcomplete in emacs 20.* it enabled me to use substring
match for bookmarks and help as well. Unfortunately, that piece of
code no longer works in emacs 21.

--

-- 
Sergei
Dr Francis J. Wright | 4 May 20:11 2004
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csv-mode.el

A new version is available from http://centaur.maths.qmul.ac.uk/Emacs/.  It
will probably work only with GNU Emacs 21.  CSV mode is a major mode for
editing files of data in Comma Separated Values type format.  It supports
sorting, killing, yanking, aligning and unaligning by field (or column).
Blank and comment lines are ignored.  CSV mode can select semi-automatically
both the field or column index and the region of CSV records on which to
operate, optionally ignoring header records.  The separator can also be set
to something other than a comma.

---

Dr Francis J. Wright
School of Mathematical Sciences, Queen Mary
University of London, Mile End Road, London E1 4NS, UK
Tel: 020 7882 5453 (direct);  Fax: 020 8981 9587 (dept.)
F.J.Wright <at> qmul.ac.uk;  http://centaur.maths.qmul.ac.uk/
Peter Lee | 4 May 23:17 2004
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Re: isearchb.el 1.5

>>>> Kai Grossjohann writes:

    Kai> What's the difference between using iswitchb and using
    Kai> iswitchb with mcomplete?  Just curious, as iswitchb has
    Kai> substring matching as well.

I didn't know it did.  I use mcomplete for the M-x completion and
assumed, wrongly, that it was doing the substring matching for
iswitchb.  Thanks for clearing that up.
Helmut Eller | 4 May 23:48 2004
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list-callers.el

Aloha,

This is a little tool to find the callers of a Lisp function.
Position point over an interesting function name and call it with `M-x
lc-list-callers'.  This pops you in a window with a list of the
callers of that function.

Cheers,
  Helmut .

;;; list-callers.el --- Find the callers of a Lisp function
;; 
;; Copyright (C) 2004  Helmut Eller 
;;
;; You can redistribute this file under the terms of the GNU General
;; Public License.
;;
;;; Commentary
;;
;; This is a little tool to find the callers of a Lisp function.
;; Position point over an interesting function name and call it with
;; `M-x lc-list-callers'.  This pops you in a window with a list of
;; the callers of that function.  
;;
;; This works by groveling trough all function object referenced my
;; named functions.  It is only a heuristic but works good enough for
;; simple uses.  Things may get slow if your Emacs image is really
;; large and contains huge interlinked objects.  There seems to be a
;; bug with cyclic datastructures, but this usually only leads to a
;; stack overflow.
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David Hansen | 5 May 04:42 2004
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sb-spiegel.el --- spiegel online shimbun backend


Shimbun backend for the German news site http://www.spiegel.de/

Mainly c&p from sb-rss.el.  Thanks to the emacs-w3m mailing
list for advice.

-- David

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TSUCHIYA Masatoshi | 5 May 05:38 2004

Re: sb-spiegel.el --- spiegel online shimbun backend

Hi,

Your backend can be simplified to the attached version by using
inheritance feature provided by luna.el.  For more detail, please
check the docstring of `luna-define-method'.

-- 
TSUCHIYA Masatoshi

;;; sb-spiegel.el --- spiegel online shimbun backend

;; Copyright (C) 2004 David Hansen

;; Author: David Hansen <david.hansen <at> physik.fu-berlin.de>
;; Version: 0.1
;; URL: http://www.emacswiki.org/cgi-bin/wiki/WThreeMShimbun
;; Keywords: emacs-w3m, gnus, hypermedia

;; This file is not part of GNU Emacs.

;; This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
;; it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
;; the Free Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at your option)
;; any later version.

;; This is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
;; but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
;; MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
;; GNU General Public License for more details.

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Barman Brakjoller | 5 May 10:52 2004
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Re: isearchb.el 1.5

> What's the difference between using iswitchb and using iswitchb with
> mcomplete?  Just curious, as iswitchb has substring matching as well.

I tried it just for fun the other day and I found the coloring of the
matches better. Also, mcomplete had two "modes" you could switch
between, which was kind of nice.

/Mathias
David Hansen | 5 May 15:43 2004
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sb-emacswiki.el --- emacswiki shimbun backend


Hi,

it's so easy (thanks to TSUCHIYA Masatoshi), here's another
shimbun.  Read http://www.emacswiki.org/ diffs in your
favorite emacs MUA.
Dave Pearson | 5 May 15:59 2004

services.el v1.5

Changed `services-read' so that it loads the file with
`insert-file-contents' rather than the "literally" version of that function.

-- cut here ----------------------------------------------------------------
;;; services.el --- Services database access functions.
;; Copyright 2000-2004 by Dave Pearson <davep <at> davep.org>
;; $Revision: 1.5 $

;; services.el is free software distributed under the terms of the GNU
;; General Public Licence, version 2. For details see the file COPYING.

;;; Commentary:
;;
;; services.el provides a set of functions for accessing the services
;; details list.
;;
;; The latest services.el is always available from:
;;
;;   <URL:http://www.davep.org/emacs/#services.el>

;;; BUGS:
;;
;; o Large parts of this code look like large parts of the code you'll find
;;   in protocols.el, this is unfortunate and makes me cringe. However, I
;;   also wanted them to be totally independant of each other. Suggestions
;;   of how to sweetly remedy this situation are welcome.

;;; INSTALLATION:
;;
;; o Drop services.el somwehere into your `load-path'. Try your site-lisp
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