Commit 82b6c765 authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii

Improve indexing of multi-file/buffer Isearch commands

* doc/emacs/maintaining.texi (Identifier Search): Change wording
of index entries to make them different from those for multi-file
isearch commands.  (Bug#28584)
* doc/emacs/search.texi (Other Repeating Search): Index the
multi-* commands.  (Bug#28584)  Rearrange the indexing to keep
each index entry close to its subject.
parent 645ff6c7
...@@ -1918,8 +1918,8 @@ without displaying the references. ...@@ -1918,8 +1918,8 @@ without displaying the references.
@node Identifier Search @node Identifier Search
@subsubsection Searching and Replacing with Identifiers @subsubsection Searching and Replacing with Identifiers
@cindex search and replace in multiple files @cindex search and replace in multiple source files
@cindex multiple-file search and replace @cindex multiple source file search and replace
The commands in this section perform various search and replace The commands in this section perform various search and replace
operations either on identifiers themselves or on files that reference operations either on identifiers themselves or on files that reference
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...@@ -1685,15 +1685,10 @@ Aside from @code{multi-occur} and @code{multi-occur-in-matching-buffers}, ...@@ -1685,15 +1685,10 @@ Aside from @code{multi-occur} and @code{multi-occur-in-matching-buffers},
which always search the whole buffer, all operate on the text from point which always search the whole buffer, all operate on the text from point
to the end of the buffer, or on the region if it is active. to the end of the buffer, or on the region if it is active.
@findex list-matching-lines
@findex occur
@findex multi-occur
@findex multi-occur-in-matching-buffers
@findex how-many
@findex flush-lines
@findex keep-lines
@table @kbd @table @kbd
@findex multi-isearch-buffers
@cindex isearch multiple buffers
@cindex multiple-buffer isearch
@item M-x multi-isearch-buffers @item M-x multi-isearch-buffers
Prompt for one or more buffer names, ending with @key{RET}; then, Prompt for one or more buffer names, ending with @key{RET}; then,
begin a multi-buffer incremental search in those buffers. (If the begin a multi-buffer incremental search in those buffers. (If the
...@@ -1702,10 +1697,14 @@ next specified buffer, and so forth.) With a prefix argument, prompt ...@@ -1702,10 +1697,14 @@ next specified buffer, and so forth.) With a prefix argument, prompt
for a regexp and begin a multi-buffer incremental search in buffers for a regexp and begin a multi-buffer incremental search in buffers
matching that regexp. matching that regexp.
@findex multi-isearch-buffers-regexp
@item M-x multi-isearch-buffers-regexp @item M-x multi-isearch-buffers-regexp
This command is just like @code{multi-isearch-buffers}, except it This command is just like @code{multi-isearch-buffers}, except it
performs an incremental regexp search. performs an incremental regexp search.
@findex multi-isearch-files
@cindex isearch multiple files
@cindex multiple-file isearch
@item M-x multi-isearch-files @item M-x multi-isearch-files
Prompt for one or more file names, ending with @key{RET}; then, Prompt for one or more file names, ending with @key{RET}; then,
begin a multi-file incremental search in those files. (If the begin a multi-file incremental search in those files. (If the
...@@ -1714,6 +1713,7 @@ next specified file, and so forth.) With a prefix argument, prompt ...@@ -1714,6 +1713,7 @@ next specified file, and so forth.) With a prefix argument, prompt
for a regexp and begin a multi-file incremental search in files for a regexp and begin a multi-file incremental search in files
matching that regexp. matching that regexp.
@findex multi-isearch-files-regexp
@item M-x multi-isearch-files-regexp @item M-x multi-isearch-files-regexp
This command is just like @code{multi-isearch-files}, except it This command is just like @code{multi-isearch-files}, except it
performs an incremental regexp search. performs an incremental regexp search.
...@@ -1729,6 +1729,7 @@ a multi-file incremental search is activated automatically. ...@@ -1729,6 +1729,7 @@ a multi-file incremental search is activated automatically.
@vindex list-matching-lines-jump-to-current-line @vindex list-matching-lines-jump-to-current-line
@cindex list-matching-lines-current-line-face (face name) @cindex list-matching-lines-current-line-face (face name)
@kindex M-s o @kindex M-s o
@findex occur
@item M-x occur @item M-x occur
@itemx M-s o @itemx M-s o
Prompt for a regexp, and display a list showing each line in the Prompt for a regexp, and display a list showing each line in the
...@@ -1768,25 +1769,30 @@ mode, in which edits made to the entries are also applied to the text ...@@ -1768,25 +1769,30 @@ mode, in which edits made to the entries are also applied to the text
in the originating buffer. Type @kbd{C-c C-c} to return to Occur in the originating buffer. Type @kbd{C-c C-c} to return to Occur
mode. mode.
@findex list-matching-lines
The command @kbd{M-x list-matching-lines} is a synonym for @kbd{M-x The command @kbd{M-x list-matching-lines} is a synonym for @kbd{M-x
occur}. occur}.
@findex multi-occur
@item M-x multi-occur @item M-x multi-occur
This command is just like @code{occur}, except it is able to search This command is just like @code{occur}, except it is able to search
through multiple buffers. It asks you to specify the buffer names one through multiple buffers. It asks you to specify the buffer names one
by one. by one.
@findex multi-occur-in-matching-buffers
@item M-x multi-occur-in-matching-buffers @item M-x multi-occur-in-matching-buffers
This command is similar to @code{multi-occur}, except the buffers to This command is similar to @code{multi-occur}, except the buffers to
search are specified by a regular expression that matches visited file search are specified by a regular expression that matches visited file
names. With a prefix argument, it uses the regular expression to names. With a prefix argument, it uses the regular expression to
match buffer names instead. match buffer names instead.
@findex how-many
@item M-x how-many @item M-x how-many
Prompt for a regexp, and print the number of matches for it in the Prompt for a regexp, and print the number of matches for it in the
buffer after point. If the region is active, this operates on the buffer after point. If the region is active, this operates on the
region instead. region instead.
@findex flush-lines
@item M-x flush-lines @item M-x flush-lines
Prompt for a regexp, and delete each line that contains a match for Prompt for a regexp, and delete each line that contains a match for
it, operating on the text after point. This command deletes the it, operating on the text after point. This command deletes the
...@@ -1800,6 +1806,7 @@ lines. It deletes the lines before starting to look for the next ...@@ -1800,6 +1806,7 @@ lines. It deletes the lines before starting to look for the next
match; hence, it ignores a match starting on the same line at which match; hence, it ignores a match starting on the same line at which
another match ended. another match ended.
@findex keep-lines
@item M-x keep-lines @item M-x keep-lines
Prompt for a regexp, and delete each line that @emph{does not} contain Prompt for a regexp, and delete each line that @emph{does not} contain
a match for it, operating on the text after point. If point is not at a match for it, operating on the text after point. If point is not at
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