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Jul 4, 2015 ... “Icicles” refers to a set of libraries that enhance minibuffer input, providing cycling
among completion candidates and more powerful completion.
Apr 3, 2015 ... Emacs Wiki also has a few ;; addtional pages about Icicles. In particular, if you
are new to ;; Emacs, as well as Icicles, see this page: ; ...
Load library icicles.el, turn on Icicle mode, and you're good to go. You can turn
Icicle mode off or on at any time with command 'icy-mode' . When you turn it off, ...
This page is not part of the regular sequence of Icicles doc pages, but it can give
you an idea of what Icicles offers, without all of the words. It shows the ...
This page mainly provides pointers to other sections of the Icicles doc that
describe features that can help you work with a project that involves multiple files,
Apr 2, 2014 ... This page tells you how Icicles can help you learn to use Emacs. Icicles is a set of
libraries that you can load into GnuEmacs. The libraries don't ...
Jul 4, 2015 ... Icicles lets you use the 'end' and 'home' keys to cycle through the list of candidate
prefix completions that match whatever input is present in the ...
Jul 5, 2015 ... Icicles enhances the '*Completions*' display in several ways. The following
features are available whenever buffer '*Completions*' is displayed ...
Jul 4, 2015 ... 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 ...
Libraries Ido and IswitchB are alternatives to Icicles that also enhance minibuffer
completion in various ways. Their UIs are similar to each other – Ido essentially ...