Re: reread-file [another hack encl.]
- I've been looking at my long to do list and came across this:
> Subject: [jasspa] reread-file [hack encl.]Jon added a key binding for this.
> From: Thomas Hundt <thundt@...>
> Date: Tue, 14 Mar 2000 12:11:26 -0800
> To: "JASSPA MicroEmacs Mailing List" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> 1. Help file: ^HC, list-commands, creates a buffer o' commands which may be
> double-clicked on to open the relevant help file. This is a Good Thing.
> However, I can't figure out how to open one via the keyboard (e.g., after
> doing a search for something [see below], my cursor landed on find-zfile and I
> wanted to find out what the heck that was -- how to open it? Take hand off
> keyboard, move mouse, click... seems kinda inefficient.)
> 2. One thing I do a lot is look at logfiles in ME. It's fast loading andYou're not the first to want this so I've added a new macro definition to
> searching speed and seemingly limitless capacity (unlike vi ["window too
> wide"] and Notepad) make it wonderful for this. Naturally, as a power user, I
> want it all, and in this case the feature I need is an ability to reload a
> file. See below.
utils.emf (called reread-file), defined as follows:
!if &seq $buffer-fname ""
ml-write "[Invalid buffer]"
read-file $buffer-fname @mna
>I've never hear of shove commands and they certainly don't exist in ME'99/00,
> 3. What do the "shove" commands do? (shove-back, etc.) My version doesn't have
> a help file for these.
what are they supposed to do? And where did you find out about them?