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Re: Searching multiple buffers

From: Luis O. Silva
Subject: Re: Searching multiple buffers
Date: Fri, 22 Nov 2002 10:34:21 +0300

Hello Brian,

On 21 Nov 2002 15:15:06 -0800, Brian Lavender writes:

   Brian> How do I search all the buffers for the occurance of
   Brian> a word?

I posted a similar question some time ago (two weeks). You can
look the threat "search and replacement at once in some
buffers". There you'll find that the answer to your question
is ibuffer.el which permits to operate on buffers as you do on
files being in Dired.

I'd like to add the following remark. When working on a latex
document spread along some files you can use the functions
provided by RefTeX to operate on all your project's files as if
all they were one large file.

Hope that helps

Best regards,

Luis Octavio Silva P.
St. Petersburg State University.
66/3 Botanicheskaya St., Apt.119/2
Stary Peterhof
St. Petersburg, Russia.

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