Commit 97b3a00b authored by Juri Linkov's avatar Juri Linkov
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(Word Search): Replace `C-s RET C-w' with `M-s w RET'

as a key binding to start a forward nonincremental word search.
Replace `C-r RET C-w' with `M-s w C-r RET' as a key binding to start
a backward nonincremental word search.  Add index for `M-s w'
`isearch-forward-word'.
(Regexp Search): Add a short summary of regexp key commands like
in the node "Basic Isearch".
(Other Repeating Search): Fix typo.
parent fd4c2a39
2008-12-14 vinicius Jose Latorre <viniciusjl@ig.com.br> 2008-12-18 Juri Linkov <juri@jurta.org>
* search.texi (Word Search): Replace `C-s RET C-w' with `M-s w RET'
as a key binding to start a forward nonincremental word search.
Replace `C-r RET C-w' with `M-s w C-r RET' as a key binding to start
a backward nonincremental word search. Add index for `M-s w'
`isearch-forward-word'.
(Regexp Search): Add a short summary of regexp key commands like
in the node "Basic Isearch".
(Other Repeating Search): Fix typo.
2008-12-14 Vinicius Jose Latorre <viniciusjl@ig.com.br>
* misc.texi (PostScript Variables): Fix doc. * misc.texi (PostScript Variables): Fix doc.
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...@@ -67,7 +67,7 @@ Incremental search backward (@code{isearch-backward}). ...@@ -67,7 +67,7 @@ Incremental search backward (@code{isearch-backward}).
@subsection Basics of Incremental Search @subsection Basics of Incremental Search
@table @kbd @table @kbd
@item C-s @item C-s
Begin incremental search (@code{isearch-forward}). Begin incremental search (@code{isearch-forward}).
@item C-r @item C-r
Begin reverse incremental search (@code{isearch-backward}). Begin reverse incremental search (@code{isearch-backward}).
...@@ -434,12 +434,14 @@ newlines or spaces. ...@@ -434,12 +434,14 @@ newlines or spaces.
If incremental search is active, toggle word search mode If incremental search is active, toggle word search mode
(@code{isearch-toggle-word}); otherwise, begin an incremental forward (@code{isearch-toggle-word}); otherwise, begin an incremental forward
word search (@code{isearch-forward-word}). word search (@code{isearch-forward-word}).
@item C-s @key{RET} C-w @item M-s w @key{RET} @var{words} @key{RET}
Begin a non-incremental forward word search. Search for @var{words}, using a forward nonincremental word search.
@item C-r @key{RET} C-w @item M-s w C-r @key{RET} @var{words} @key{RET}
Begin a non-incremental backward word search. Search backward for @var{words}, using a nonincremental word search.
@end table @end table
@kindex M-s w
@findex isearch-forward-word
To begin a forward incremental word search, type @kbd{M-s w}. If To begin a forward incremental word search, type @kbd{M-s w}. If
incremental search is not already active, this runs the command incremental search is not already active, this runs the command
@code{isearch-forward-word}. If incremental search is already active @code{isearch-forward-word}. If incremental search is already active
...@@ -450,8 +452,8 @@ typing @kbd{M-s w} again. ...@@ -450,8 +452,8 @@ typing @kbd{M-s w} again.
@findex word-search-forward @findex word-search-forward
@findex word-search-backward @findex word-search-backward
To begin a nonincremental word search, type @kbd{C-s @key{RET} C-w} To begin a nonincremental word search, type @kbd{M-s w @key{RET}}
for a forward search or @kbd{C-r @key{RET} C-w} for a forward search. for a forward search, or @kbd{M-s w C-r @key{RET}} for a backward search.
These run the commands @code{word-search-forward} and These run the commands @code{word-search-forward} and
@code{word-search-backward} respectively. @code{word-search-backward} respectively.
...@@ -472,6 +474,13 @@ provides both incremental and nonincremental ways to search for a ...@@ -472,6 +474,13 @@ provides both incremental and nonincremental ways to search for a
match for a regexp. The syntax of regular expressions is explained in match for a regexp. The syntax of regular expressions is explained in
the following section. the following section.
@table @kbd
@item C-M-s
Begin incremental regexp search (@code{isearch-forward-regexp}).
@item C-M-r
Begin reverse incremental regexp search (@code{isearch-backward-regexp}).
@end table
@kindex C-M-s @kindex C-M-s
@findex isearch-forward-regexp @findex isearch-forward-regexp
@kindex C-M-r @kindex C-M-r
...@@ -1311,7 +1320,7 @@ the occurrences found, one by one. @ref{Compilation Mode}. ...@@ -1311,7 +1320,7 @@ the occurrences found, one by one. @ref{Compilation Mode}.
@kindex M-s o @kindex M-s o
@item M-s o @item M-s o
Run @code{occur} using the search string of the last incremental Run @code{occur} using the search string of the last incremental
string search. You can also run @kbd{M-s o} which an incremental string search. You can also run @kbd{M-s o} when an incremental
search is active; this uses the current search string. search is active; this uses the current search string.
@item M-x list-matching-lines @item M-x list-matching-lines
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