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Filling is the term used by Emacs to describe breaking lines before they get too
long and run off the screen. It describes inserting carriage return characters, i.e. ...
Filling is enabled by default (to disable it, use M-x customize-variable RET erc-
modules). When you use erc-fill-mode's default settings, messages with long
Paragraph Filling / Word Wrapping. Instead of hitting RET when your typing
approaches the right margin, you can type M-q or M-x fill-paragraph to fill the
In source-code one usually doesn't want filling to occur. On the other hand,
comments are really more like text than code. This example shows how to set up
Sep 5, 2008 ... The simplest thing is to set the fill-column to 9999 or something like that, and then
use M-q to fill the paragraph, and M-n to move to the next ...
Jul 25, 2009 ... This hack lets ERC play nicely with fill-mode on your input text. ERC will un-fill
your text before sending it, unless you had just pasted something ...
CommentingCode – introduction/overview of using comments in Emacs;
AutoFillMode – filling (code and) comments; AutomaticFileHeaders – automatic ...
If you wish to undo the filling, each paragraph filling can be undone with \\[tc-unfill
-paragraph]. An integer argument means wrap at that column instead of at ...
Jul 26, 2014 ... FillAdapt – smart paragraph filling/reflowing, much better than the builtin Emacs
filling; InfoLook – go to function documentation in info files ...
Aug 24, 2013 ... ... this is quite elegant. Lisp:really-simple-wiki.el. The original SimpleWikiMode
got incorporated into EmacsHttp?. Usage; Tags; Quotes; Filling ...