About 11,100 results (0.23 seconds) 
    Google
     Custom Search
  1. EmacsWiki: buffer-move.el
    "Switches between the current buffer, and the buffer above the ;; split, if possible."
    (interactive) (let* ((other-win (windmove-find-other-window 'up)) (buf-this-buf ...

    www.emacswiki.org/emacs/buffer-move.el
  2. EmacsWiki: Buffer Menu
    The buffer menu presents a list of buffers. It is similar to how DiredMode operates
    with files. Command 'M-x buffer-menu' lists the buffers in the current window.

    www.emacswiki.org/emacs/BufferMenu
  3. EmacsWiki: Icicles - Buffer-Name Input
    The Icicles commands that read buffer names are multi-commands, so you can
    act on more than one buffer during a given command invocation.

    www.emacswiki.org/emacs/Icicles_-_Buffer-Name_Input
  4. EmacsWiki: Category Buffer Switching
    This page is about different libraries and ways to switch buffers. As always, you
    can click the title heading to list all pages related to buffer switching.

    www.emacswiki.org/emacs/CategoryBufferSwitching
  5. EmacsWiki: cycle-buffer.el
    Instead of prompting ;; you for a buffer name, cycle-buffer switches to the most
    recently used ;; buffer, and repeated invocations of cycle-buffer-forward switch to
     ...

    www.emacswiki.org/emacs/cycle-buffer.el
  6. EmacsWiki: Buffer Menu Plus
    A new column, Time, which is the time that a buffer was last accessed (displayed)
    . ... You can use ` + ' and '-' to increase and decrease the Buffer and Size ...

    www.emacswiki.org/emacs/BufferMenuPlus
  7. EmacsWiki: Buffer Selection
    This page is about the bs library, which provides a comfortable way to switch
    buffers. It is part of Emacs. Also known as bs and BSBufferSelection. Homepage:.

    www.emacswiki.org/emacs/BufferSelection
  8. EmacsWiki: Buffer
    Oct 13, 2008 ... (This is a glossary page. It is not for how-to information.) A buffer is similar to what
    is sometimes called a workspace or a document in other ...

    www.emacswiki.org/emacs/Buffer
  9. EmacsWiki: Dired Reuse Directory Buffer
    In Dired, when you choose a directory to visit, it is normally visited in a new buffer
    – the Dired buffer you chose it in is not deleted. Some people don't like this ...

    www.emacswiki.org/emacs/DiredReuseDirectoryBuffer
  10. EmacsWiki: buffer-stack.el
    Dec 23, 2010 ... When you want a new buffer, you scan through ;; them until you find the one you
    want, and then it goes on top of ;; the stack. Unlike cycle-buffer ...

    www.emacswiki.org/emacs/buffer-stack.el


 

Search Tips


©2013 Google