Commit 99763700 authored by Paul Eggert's avatar Paul Eggert

* lisp/ibuffer.el: Fix docstring length (Bug#21541).

parent 6b663751
......@@ -2493,14 +2493,17 @@ new filter onto the stack, and the filters combine to show just
buffers which satisfy ALL criteria on the stack. For example, suppose
you only want to see buffers in `emacs-lisp' mode, whose names begin
with \"gnus\". You can accomplish this via:
`\\[ibuffer-filter-by-mode] emacs-lisp-mode RET
\\[ibuffer-filter-by-name] ^gnus RET'.
\\[ibuffer-filter-by-mode] emacs-lisp-mode RET
\\[ibuffer-filter-by-name] ^gnus RET
Additionally, you can OR the top two filters together with
`\\[ibuffer-or-filters]'. To see all buffers in either
`emacs-lisp-mode' or `lisp-interaction-mode', type:
`\\[ibuffer-filter-by-mode] emacs-lisp-mode RET \\[ibuffer-filter-by-mode] lisp-interaction-mode RET \\[ibuffer-or-filters]'.
\\[ibuffer-filter-by-mode] emacs-lisp-mode RET
\\[ibuffer-filter-by-mode] lisp-interaction-mode RET
\\[ibuffer-or-filters]
Filters can also be saved and restored using mnemonic names: see the
functions `ibuffer-save-filters' and `ibuffer-switch-to-saved-filters'.
......@@ -2518,9 +2521,10 @@ create a filter group, simply use the regular functions to create a
filter, and then type `\\[ibuffer-filters-to-filter-group]'.
A quick example will make things clearer. Suppose that one wants to
group all of one's Emacs Lisp buffers together. To do this, type
group all of one's Emacs Lisp buffers together. To do this, type:
`\\[ibuffer-filter-by-mode] emacs-lisp-mode RET \\[ibuffer-filters-to-filter-group] RET emacs lisp buffers RET'
\\[ibuffer-filter-by-mode] emacs-lisp-mode RET
\\[ibuffer-filters-to-filter-group] emacs lisp buffers RET
You may, of course, name the group whatever you want; it doesn't have
to be \"emacs lisp buffers\". Filter groups may be composed of any
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