Commit 0999a3f4 authored by Chong Yidong's avatar Chong Yidong
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Documented Dired changes.

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* Incompatible Editing Changes in Emacs 23.1
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** In Dired, `dired-flag-garbage-files' is rebound from `&' to `%&'
on the regexp command prefix map.
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searching minibuffer completion items.
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*** Minibuffer input of shell commands now comes with completion.
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*** In the `C-x d' (Dired) prompt, typing M-n gives the visited file
name of the current buffer.
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trailing whitespace problems in the modified lines of a diff buffer.
** Dired
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*** In Dired, C-x C-q now runs the command wdired-change-to-wdired-mode,
and C-x C-q in wdired-mode exits it with asking a question about
saving changes.
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*** `&' runs the command `dired-do-async-shell-command' that executes
the command asynchronously without the need to manually add ampersand
to the end of the command. Its output appears in the buffer `*Async Shell
Command*'.
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*** `M-s f C-s' and `M-s f M-C-s' run Isearch that matches only at file names.
When a new user option `dired-isearch-filenames' is non-nil, then even
ordinary Isearch started with `C-s' and `C-M-s' matches only at file names
in the Dired buffer. You can toggle file names matching on or off
by typing `M-s f' in Isearch mode.
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*** `M-s a C-s' and `M-s a M-C-s' run multi-file Isearch on the marked files.
They visit the first marked file in the sequence and display the usual Isearch
prompt for a string or a regexp where all Isearch commands are available.
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*** `Q' in Dired provides two new keys for multi-file replacement.
The upper case key `Y' replaces all remaining matches in all remaining files
with no more questions. The upper case key `N' stops doing replacements
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