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Defining Multi-Commands the Hard Way. This section is for EmacsLisp
programmers. It gives you a taste of what is involved behind the scene when you
See Icicles - Multi-Commands. The default action is invoked on the current
candidate by 'C-RET' ( 'icicle-candidate-action' ). There are three other kinds of ...
A multi-command takes advantage of one or more action functions when cycling
candidates, as described in Icicles - Multi-Commands, Icicles - More About ...
Aug 24, 2013 ... ... command, switch to a candidate buffer, and open a candidate file, respectively.
For more information, see Icicles - Multi-Commands.
aborting input – Icicles - Multi-Commands; ` ^G^J ' separator for multi-completion
– Icicles - Multi-Completions. 'C-h' – Icicles - Key Bindings; 'C-help' – Icicles ...
In many cases for Icicles multi-commands that read a file name, you can use 'M-n'
to pick up the file name at point, or if none then the name of the file you are ...
Aug 24, 2013 ... Commands written in boldface and preceded by “(+)” are Icicles multi-commands
– see Icicles - Multi-Commands. Top-level: A | B | C | D | E | F ...
Jan 4, 2014 ... Icicles - Multi-Commands describes how you can use 'C-RET' ( 'icicle-candidate-
action' ) to choose (act on) multiple completion candidates, ...
Jun 3, 2012 ... ... 'icicle-execute-extended-command) to see the real definition. See Also: Icicles
- Multi M-x · Icicles - Multi-Commands the Hard Way ...
But some other libraries go beyond this by defining Icicles multi-commands or
otherwise making some special use of Icicles features. None of these libraries