Commit 7d72f6f1 authored by Glenn Morris's avatar Glenn Morris
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Regenerate with extracted autoloads.

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'(dired-mode . dired-restore-desktop-buffer))
;;; Start of automatically extracted autoloads.
;;;### (autoloads (dired-show-file-type dired-do-query-replace-regexp
;;;;;; dired-do-search dired-do-isearch-regexp dired-do-isearch
;;;;;; dired-isearch-filenames-regexp dired-isearch-filenames dired-isearch-filenames-setup
;;;;;; dired-hide-all dired-hide-subdir dired-tree-down dired-tree-up
;;;;;; dired-kill-subdir dired-mark-subdir-files dired-goto-subdir
;;;;;; dired-prev-subdir dired-insert-subdir dired-maybe-insert-subdir
;;;;;; dired-downcase dired-upcase dired-do-symlink-regexp dired-do-hardlink-regexp
;;;;;; dired-do-copy-regexp dired-do-rename-regexp dired-do-rename
;;;;;; dired-do-hardlink dired-do-symlink dired-do-copy dired-create-directory
;;;;;; dired-rename-file dired-copy-file dired-relist-file dired-remove-file
;;;;;; dired-add-file dired-do-redisplay dired-do-load dired-do-byte-compile
;;;;;; dired-do-compress dired-query dired-compress-file dired-do-kill-lines
;;;;;; dired-run-shell-command dired-do-shell-command dired-do-async-shell-command
;;;;;; dired-clean-directory dired-do-print dired-do-touch dired-do-chown
;;;;;; dired-do-chgrp dired-do-chmod dired-compare-directories dired-backup-diff
;;;;;; dired-diff) "dired-aux" "dired-aux.el" "1b436ca08eedfcb4166a13c09df6bb23")
;;; Generated autoloads from dired-aux.el
(autoload 'dired-diff "dired-aux" "\
Compare file at point with file FILE using `diff'.
FILE defaults to the file at the mark. (That's the mark set by
\\[set-mark-command], not by Dired's \\[dired-mark] command.)
The prompted-for file is the first file given to `diff'.
With prefix arg, prompt for second argument SWITCHES,
which is options for `diff'.
\(fn FILE &optional SWITCHES)" t nil)
(autoload 'dired-backup-diff "dired-aux" "\
Diff this file with its backup file or vice versa.
Uses the latest backup, if there are several numerical backups.
If this file is a backup, diff it with its original.
The backup file is the first file given to `diff'.
With prefix arg, prompt for argument SWITCHES which is options for `diff'.
\(fn &optional SWITCHES)" t nil)
(autoload 'dired-compare-directories "dired-aux" "\
Mark files with different file attributes in two dired buffers.
Compare file attributes of files in the current directory
with file attributes in directory DIR2 using PREDICATE on pairs of files
with the same name. Mark files for which PREDICATE returns non-nil.
Mark files with different names if PREDICATE is nil (or interactively
with empty input at the predicate prompt).
PREDICATE is a Lisp expression that can refer to the following variables:
size1, size2 - file size in bytes
mtime1, mtime2 - last modification time in seconds, as a float
fa1, fa2 - list of file attributes
returned by function `file-attributes'
where 1 refers to attribute of file in the current dired buffer
and 2 to attribute of file in second dired buffer.
Examples of PREDICATE:
(> mtime1 mtime2) - mark newer files
(not (= size1 size2)) - mark files with different sizes
(not (string= (nth 8 fa1) (nth 8 fa2))) - mark files with different modes
(not (and (= (nth 2 fa1) (nth 2 fa2)) - mark files with different UID
(= (nth 3 fa1) (nth 3 fa2)))) and GID.
\(fn DIR2 PREDICATE)" t nil)
(autoload 'dired-do-chmod "dired-aux" "\
Change the mode of the marked (or next ARG) files.
Symbolic modes like `g+w' are allowed.
\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)
(autoload 'dired-do-chgrp "dired-aux" "\
Change the group of the marked (or next ARG) files.
\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)
(autoload 'dired-do-chown "dired-aux" "\
Change the owner of the marked (or next ARG) files.
\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)
(autoload 'dired-do-touch "dired-aux" "\
Change the timestamp of the marked (or next ARG) files.
This calls touch.
\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)
(autoload 'dired-do-print "dired-aux" "\
Print the marked (or next ARG) files.
Uses the shell command coming from variables `lpr-command' and
`lpr-switches' as default.
\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)
(autoload 'dired-clean-directory "dired-aux" "\
Flag numerical backups for deletion.
Spares `dired-kept-versions' latest versions, and `kept-old-versions' oldest.
Positive prefix arg KEEP overrides `dired-kept-versions';
Negative prefix arg KEEP overrides `kept-old-versions' with KEEP made positive.
To clear the flags on these files, you can use \\[dired-flag-backup-files]
with a prefix argument.
\(fn KEEP)" t nil)
(autoload 'dired-do-async-shell-command "dired-aux" "\
Run a shell command COMMAND on the marked files asynchronously.
Like `dired-do-shell-command' but if COMMAND doesn't end in ampersand,
adds `* &' surrounded by whitespace and executes the command asynchronously.
The output appears in the buffer `*Async Shell Command*'.
\(fn COMMAND &optional ARG FILE-LIST)" t nil)
(autoload 'dired-do-shell-command "dired-aux" "\
Run a shell command COMMAND on the marked files.
If no files are marked or a specific numeric prefix arg is given,
the next ARG files are used. Just \\[universal-argument] means the current file.
The prompt mentions the file(s) or the marker, as appropriate.
If there is a `*' in COMMAND, surrounded by whitespace, this runs
COMMAND just once with the entire file list substituted there.
If there is no `*', but there is a `?' in COMMAND, surrounded by
whitespace, this runs COMMAND on each file individually with the
file name substituted for `?'.
Otherwise, this runs COMMAND on each file individually with the
file name added at the end of COMMAND (separated by a space).
`*' and `?' when not surrounded by whitespace have no special
significance for `dired-do-shell-command', and are passed through
normally to the shell, but you must confirm first. To pass `*' by
itself to the shell as a wildcard, type `*\"\"'.
If COMMAND produces output, it goes to a separate buffer.
This feature does not try to redisplay Dired buffers afterward, as
there's no telling what files COMMAND may have changed.
Type \\[dired-do-redisplay] to redisplay the marked files.
When COMMAND runs, its working directory is the top-level directory of
the Dired buffer, so output files usually are created there instead of
in a subdir.
In a noninteractive call (from Lisp code), you must specify
the list of file names explicitly with the FILE-LIST argument, which
can be produced by `dired-get-marked-files', for example.
\(fn COMMAND &optional ARG FILE-LIST)" t nil)
(autoload 'dired-run-shell-command "dired-aux" "\
Not documented
\(fn COMMAND)" nil nil)
(autoload 'dired-do-kill-lines "dired-aux" "\
Kill all marked lines (not the files).
With a prefix argument, kill that many lines starting with the current line.
\(A negative argument kills backward.)
If you use this command with a prefix argument to kill the line
for a file that is a directory, which you have inserted in the
Dired buffer as a subdirectory, then it deletes that subdirectory
from the buffer as well.
To kill an entire subdirectory (without killing its line in the
parent directory), go to its directory header line and use this
command with a prefix argument (the value does not matter).
\(fn &optional ARG FMT)" t nil)
(autoload 'dired-compress-file "dired-aux" "\
Not documented
\(fn FILE)" nil nil)
(autoload 'dired-query "dired-aux" "\
Not documented
\(fn QS-VAR QS-PROMPT &rest QS-ARGS)" nil nil)
(autoload 'dired-do-compress "dired-aux" "\
Compress or uncompress marked (or next ARG) files.
\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)
(autoload 'dired-do-byte-compile "dired-aux" "\
Byte compile marked (or next ARG) Emacs Lisp files.
\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)
(autoload 'dired-do-load "dired-aux" "\
Load the marked (or next ARG) Emacs Lisp files.
\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)
(autoload 'dired-do-redisplay "dired-aux" "\
Redisplay all marked (or next ARG) files.
If on a subdir line, redisplay that subdirectory. In that case,
a prefix arg lets you edit the `ls' switches used for the new listing.
Dired remembers switches specified with a prefix arg, so that reverting
the buffer will not reset them. However, using `dired-undo' to re-insert
or delete subdirectories can bypass this machinery. Hence, you sometimes
may have to reset some subdirectory switches after a `dired-undo'.
You can reset all subdirectory switches to the default using
\\<dired-mode-map>\\[dired-reset-subdir-switches].
See Info node `(emacs)Subdir switches' for more details.
\(fn &optional ARG TEST-FOR-SUBDIR)" t nil)
(autoload 'dired-add-file "dired-aux" "\
Not documented
\(fn FILENAME &optional MARKER-CHAR)" nil nil)
(autoload 'dired-remove-file "dired-aux" "\
Not documented
\(fn FILE)" nil nil)
(autoload 'dired-relist-file "dired-aux" "\
Create or update the line for FILE in all Dired buffers it would belong in.
\(fn FILE)" nil nil)
(autoload 'dired-copy-file "dired-aux" "\
Not documented
\(fn FROM TO OK-FLAG)" nil nil)
(autoload 'dired-rename-file "dired-aux" "\
Not documented
\(fn FILE NEWNAME OK-IF-ALREADY-EXISTS)" nil nil)
(autoload 'dired-create-directory "dired-aux" "\
Create a directory called DIRECTORY.
\(fn DIRECTORY)" t nil)
(autoload 'dired-do-copy "dired-aux" "\
Copy all marked (or next ARG) files, or copy the current file.
This normally preserves the last-modified date when copying.
When operating on just the current file, you specify the new name.
When operating on multiple or marked files, you specify a directory,
and new copies of these files are made in that directory
with the same names that the files currently have. The default
suggested for the target directory depends on the value of
`dired-dwim-target', which see.
This command copies symbolic links by creating new ones,
like `cp -d'.
\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)
(autoload 'dired-do-symlink "dired-aux" "\
Make symbolic links to current file or all marked (or next ARG) files.
When operating on just the current file, you specify the new name.
When operating on multiple or marked files, you specify a directory
and new symbolic links are made in that directory
with the same names that the files currently have. The default
suggested for the target directory depends on the value of
`dired-dwim-target', which see.
For relative symlinks, use \\[dired-do-relsymlink].
\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)
(autoload 'dired-do-hardlink "dired-aux" "\
Add names (hard links) current file or all marked (or next ARG) files.
When operating on just the current file, you specify the new name.
When operating on multiple or marked files, you specify a directory
and new hard links are made in that directory
with the same names that the files currently have. The default
suggested for the target directory depends on the value of
`dired-dwim-target', which see.
\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)
(autoload 'dired-do-rename "dired-aux" "\
Rename current file or all marked (or next ARG) files.
When renaming just the current file, you specify the new name.
When renaming multiple or marked files, you specify a directory.
This command also renames any buffers that are visiting the files.
The default suggested for the target directory depends on the value
of `dired-dwim-target', which see.
\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)
(autoload 'dired-do-rename-regexp "dired-aux" "\
Rename selected files whose names match REGEXP to NEWNAME.
With non-zero prefix argument ARG, the command operates on the next ARG
files. Otherwise, it operates on all the marked files, or the current
file if none are marked.
As each match is found, the user must type a character saying
what to do with it. For directions, type \\[help-command] at that time.
NEWNAME may contain \\=\\<n> or \\& as in `query-replace-regexp'.
REGEXP defaults to the last regexp used.
With a zero prefix arg, renaming by regexp affects the absolute file name.
Normally, only the non-directory part of the file name is used and changed.
\(fn REGEXP NEWNAME &optional ARG WHOLE-NAME)" t nil)
(autoload 'dired-do-copy-regexp "dired-aux" "\
Copy selected files whose names match REGEXP to NEWNAME.
See function `dired-do-rename-regexp' for more info.
\(fn REGEXP NEWNAME &optional ARG WHOLE-NAME)" t nil)
(autoload 'dired-do-hardlink-regexp "dired-aux" "\
Hardlink selected files whose names match REGEXP to NEWNAME.
See function `dired-do-rename-regexp' for more info.
\(fn REGEXP NEWNAME &optional ARG WHOLE-NAME)" t nil)
(autoload 'dired-do-symlink-regexp "dired-aux" "\
Symlink selected files whose names match REGEXP to NEWNAME.
See function `dired-do-rename-regexp' for more info.
\(fn REGEXP NEWNAME &optional ARG WHOLE-NAME)" t nil)
(autoload 'dired-upcase "dired-aux" "\
Rename all marked (or next ARG) files to upper case.
\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)
(autoload 'dired-downcase "dired-aux" "\
Rename all marked (or next ARG) files to lower case.
\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)
(autoload 'dired-maybe-insert-subdir "dired-aux" "\
Insert this subdirectory into the same dired buffer.
If it is already present, just move to it (type \\[dired-do-redisplay] to refresh),
else inserts it at its natural place (as `ls -lR' would have done).
With a prefix arg, you may edit the ls switches used for this listing.
You can add `R' to the switches to expand the whole tree starting at
this subdirectory.
This function takes some pains to conform to `ls -lR' output.
Dired remembers switches specified with a prefix arg, so that reverting
the buffer will not reset them. However, using `dired-undo' to re-insert
or delete subdirectories can bypass this machinery. Hence, you sometimes
may have to reset some subdirectory switches after a `dired-undo'.
You can reset all subdirectory switches to the default using
\\<dired-mode-map>\\[dired-reset-subdir-switches].
See Info node `(emacs)Subdir switches' for more details.
\(fn DIRNAME &optional SWITCHES NO-ERROR-IF-NOT-DIR-P)" t nil)
(autoload 'dired-insert-subdir "dired-aux" "\
Insert this subdirectory into the same dired buffer.
If it is already present, overwrites previous entry,
else inserts it at its natural place (as `ls -lR' would have done).
With a prefix arg, you may edit the `ls' switches used for this listing.
You can add `R' to the switches to expand the whole tree starting at
this subdirectory.
This function takes some pains to conform to `ls -lR' output.
\(fn DIRNAME &optional SWITCHES NO-ERROR-IF-NOT-DIR-P)" t nil)
(autoload 'dired-prev-subdir "dired-aux" "\
Go to previous subdirectory, regardless of level.
When called interactively and not on a subdir line, go to this subdir's line.
\(fn ARG &optional NO-ERROR-IF-NOT-FOUND NO-SKIP)" t nil)
(autoload 'dired-goto-subdir "dired-aux" "\
Go to end of header line of DIR in this dired buffer.
Return value of point on success, otherwise return nil.
The next char is either \\n, or \\r if DIR is hidden.
\(fn DIR)" t nil)
(autoload 'dired-mark-subdir-files "dired-aux" "\
Mark all files except `.' and `..' in current subdirectory.
If the Dired buffer shows multiple directories, this command
marks the files listed in the subdirectory that point is in.
\(fn)" t nil)
(autoload 'dired-kill-subdir "dired-aux" "\
Remove all lines of current subdirectory.
Lower levels are unaffected.
\(fn &optional REMEMBER-MARKS)" t nil)
(autoload 'dired-tree-up "dired-aux" "\
Go up ARG levels in the dired tree.
\(fn ARG)" t nil)
(autoload 'dired-tree-down "dired-aux" "\
Go down in the dired tree.
\(fn)" t nil)
(autoload 'dired-hide-subdir "dired-aux" "\
Hide or unhide the current subdirectory and move to next directory.
Optional prefix arg is a repeat factor.
Use \\[dired-hide-all] to (un)hide all directories.
\(fn ARG)" t nil)
(autoload 'dired-hide-all "dired-aux" "\
Hide all subdirectories, leaving only their header lines.
If there is already something hidden, make everything visible again.
Use \\[dired-hide-subdir] to (un)hide a particular subdirectory.
\(fn ARG)" t nil)
(autoload 'dired-isearch-filenames-setup "dired-aux" "\
Set up isearch to search in Dired file names.
Intended to be added to `isearch-mode-hook'.
\(fn)" nil nil)
(autoload 'dired-isearch-filenames "dired-aux" "\
Search for a string using Isearch only in file names in the Dired buffer.
\(fn)" t nil)
(autoload 'dired-isearch-filenames-regexp "dired-aux" "\
Search for a regexp using Isearch only in file names in the Dired buffer.
\(fn)" t nil)
(autoload 'dired-do-isearch "dired-aux" "\
Search for a string through all marked files using Isearch.
\(fn)" t nil)
(autoload 'dired-do-isearch-regexp "dired-aux" "\
Search for a regexp through all marked files using Isearch.
\(fn)" t nil)
(autoload 'dired-do-search "dired-aux" "\
Search through all marked files for a match for REGEXP.
Stops when a match is found.
To continue searching for next match, use command \\[tags-loop-continue].
\(fn REGEXP)" t nil)
(autoload 'dired-do-query-replace-regexp "dired-aux" "\
Do `query-replace-regexp' of FROM with TO, on all marked files.
Third arg DELIMITED (prefix arg) means replace only word-delimited matches.
If you exit (\\[keyboard-quit], RET or q), you can resume the query replace
with the command \\[tags-loop-continue].
\(fn FROM TO &optional DELIMITED)" t nil)
(autoload 'dired-show-file-type "dired-aux" "\
Print the type of FILE, according to the `file' command.
If FILE is a symbolic link and the optional argument DEREF-SYMLINKS is
true then the type of the file linked to by FILE is printed instead.
\(fn FILE &optional DEREF-SYMLINKS)" t nil)
;;;***
;;;### (autoloads (dired-do-relsymlink dired-jump) "dired-x" "dired-x.el"
;;;;;; "c426566bb1493ccba92a56f402ba565f")
;;; Generated autoloads from dired-x.el
(autoload 'dired-jump "dired-x" "\
Jump to dired buffer corresponding to current buffer.
If in a file, dired the current directory and move to file's line.
If in Dired already, pop up a level and goto old directory's line.
In case the proper dired file line cannot be found, refresh the dired
buffer and try again.
\(fn &optional OTHER-WINDOW)" t nil)
(autoload 'dired-do-relsymlink "dired-x" "\
Relative symlink all marked (or next ARG) files into a directory.
Otherwise make a relative symbolic link to the current file.
This creates relative symbolic links like
foo -> ../bar/foo
not absolute ones like
foo -> /ugly/file/name/that/may/change/any/day/bar/foo
For absolute symlinks, use \\[dired-do-symlink].
\(fn &optional ARG)" t nil)
;;;***
;;; End of automatically extracted autoloads.
(provide 'dired)
(run-hooks 'dired-load-hook) ; for your customizations
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