Commit 596ccc08 authored by Stefan Monnier's avatar Stefan Monnier

Complement to last commit

parent 55ec674f
......@@ -1981,7 +1981,7 @@ table.
@item M-x tags-query-replace @key{RET} @var{regexp} @key{RET} @var{replacement} @key{RET}
Perform a @code{query-replace-regexp} on each file in the selected tags table.
@item M-x tags-loop-continue
@item M-x multifile-continue
Restart one of the last 2 commands above, from the current location of point.
@end table
......@@ -2017,9 +2017,9 @@ you can follow its progress. As soon as it finds an occurrence,
@code{tags-search} returns. This command requires tags tables to be
available (@pxref{Tags Tables}).
@findex tags-loop-continue
@findex multifile-continue
Having found one match with @code{tags-search}, you probably want to
find all the rest. @kbd{M-x tags-loop-continue} resumes the
find all the rest. @kbd{M-x multifile-continue} resumes the
@code{tags-search}, finding one more match. This searches the rest of
the current buffer, followed by the remaining files of the tags table.
......@@ -2042,10 +2042,10 @@ default is to use the same setting as the value of
single invocation of @kbd{M-x tags-query-replace}. But often it is
useful to exit temporarily, which you can do with any input event that
has no special query replace meaning. You can resume the query
replace subsequently by typing @kbd{M-x tags-loop-continue}; this
replace subsequently by typing @kbd{M-x multifile-continue}; this
command resumes the last tags search or replace command that you did.
For instance, to skip the rest of the current file, you can type
@w{@kbd{M-> M-x tags-loop-continue}}.
@w{@kbd{M-> M-x multifile-continue}}.
Note that the commands described above carry out much broader
searches than the @code{xref-find-definitions} family. The
......@@ -2077,7 +2077,7 @@ Display a list of all known identifiers matching @var{regexp}.
Display a list of the identifiers defined in the program file
@item M-x next-file
@item M-x tags-next-file
Visit files recorded in the selected tags table.
@end table
......@@ -2443,7 +2443,7 @@ Next we define the menu items:
(define-key menu-bar-replace-menu [tags-repl-continue]
'(menu-item "Continue Replace" tags-loop-continue
'(menu-item "Continue Replace" multifile-continue
:help "Continue last tags replace operation"))
(define-key menu-bar-replace-menu [tags-repl]
'(menu-item "Replace in tagged files" tags-query-replace
......@@ -265,6 +265,17 @@ navigation and editing of large files.
* Changes in Specialized Modes and Packages in Emacs 27.1
** project.el
*** New commands project-search and project-query-replace
** Etags
*** 'next-file' is now an obsolete alias of tags-next-file
*** tags-loop-revert-buffers is an obsolete alias of multifile-revert-buffers
*** The tags-loop-continue function along with the tags-loop-operate and
tags-loop-scan variables are now obsolete; use the new multifile-initialize and
multifile-continue functions instead.
** bibtex
*** New commands 'bibtex-next-entry' and 'bibtex-previous-entry'.
......@@ -770,6 +781,8 @@ subexpression.
* New Modes and Packages in Emacs 27.1
** multifile.el lets one setup multifile operations like search&replace
** Emacs can now visit files in archives as if they were directories.
This feature uses Tramp and works only on systems which support GVFS,
......@@ -300,7 +300,7 @@
(bindings--define-key menu [tags-continue]
'(menu-item "Continue Tags Search" tags-loop-continue
'(menu-item "Continue Tags Search" multifile-continue
:help "Continue last tags search operation"))
(bindings--define-key menu [tags-srch]
'(menu-item "Search Tagged Files..." tags-search
......@@ -349,7 +349,7 @@
(defvar menu-bar-replace-menu
(let ((menu (make-sparse-keymap "Replace")))
(bindings--define-key menu [tags-repl-continue]
'(menu-item "Continue Replace" tags-loop-continue
'(menu-item "Continue Replace" multifile-continue
:help "Continue last tags replace operation"))
(bindings--define-key menu [tags-repl]
'(menu-item "Replace in Tagged Files..." tags-query-replace
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