Commit b00d98ed authored by Juri Linkov's avatar Juri Linkov
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(Compilation, Grep Searching): Move grep command

headings from `Compilation' to `Grep Searching'.
parent ec08e2f4
......@@ -49,16 +49,8 @@ the @samp{*compilation*} buffer.
@item M-x recompile
Invoke a compiler with the same command as in the last invocation of
@kbd{M-x compile}.
@item M-x grep
Run @code{grep} asynchronously under Emacs, with matching lines
listed in the buffer named @samp{*grep*}.
@item M-x grep-find
@itemx M-x find-grep
Run @code{grep} via @code{find}, with user-specified arguments, and
collect output in the buffer named @samp{*grep*}.
@item M-x kill-compilation
@itemx M-x kill-grep
Kill the running compilation or @code{grep} subprocess.
Kill the running compilation subprocess.
@end table
@findex compile
......@@ -324,13 +316,25 @@ Emacs. @xref{MS-DOS}.
@node Grep Searching
@section Searching with Grep under Emacs
@findex grep
Just as you can run a compiler from Emacs and then visit the lines
with compilation errors, you can also run @code{grep} and
then visit the lines on which matches were found. This works by
treating the matches reported by @code{grep} as if they were ``errors.''
To do this, type @kbd{M-x grep}, then enter a command line that
@table @kbd
@item M-x grep
Run @code{grep} asynchronously under Emacs, with matching lines
listed in the buffer named @samp{*grep*}.
@item M-x grep-find
@itemx M-x find-grep
Run @code{grep} via @code{find}, with user-specified arguments, and
collect output in the buffer named @samp{*grep*}.
@item M-x kill-grep
Kill the running @code{grep} subprocess.
@end table
@findex grep
To run @code{grep}, type @kbd{M-x grep}, then enter a command line that
specifies how to run @code{grep}. Use the same arguments you would give
@code{grep} when running it normally: a @code{grep}-style regexp
(usually in single-quotes to quote the shell's special characters)
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