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  1. EmacsWiki: Icicles - Apropos Completions
    Because 'M-x' expects a command name, only command names are inserted into
    the minibuffer as the apropos-completion candidates for 'M-x' . Likewise, in ...

  2. EmacsWiki: Icicles - A Propos d'Apropos
    Aug 24, 2013 ... The most common mention of “apropos” in Icicles is in connection with apropos
    completion, which uses regexp matching. It is the regexp ...

  3. EmacsWiki: Icicles - Customization and General Tips
    Oct 28, 2014 ... Initially, prefix completion is used, but you can then use apropos completion,
    progressive completion, and so on. For file-name completion, the ...

  4. EmacsWiki: Icicles - Icompletion
    Apr 20, 2014 ... For example, if you use Icicles apropos completion ( 'S-TAB' ) then the candidates
    are typically not reflected in the candidates that Icomplete ...

  5. EmacsWiki: Icicles - Fuzzy Completion
    Aug 19, 2014 ... My opinion about the relative usefulness of the various methods: Basic (prefix)
    completion and apropos completion are by far the most useful.

  6. EmacsWiki: Icicles - Nutshell View
    Jan 8, 2014 ... Toggle Options on the Fly; Cycle Completion Candidates; Display Completion
    Candidates; Prefix Completion and Apropos Completion; Chains ...

  7. EmacsWiki: Icicles - Expanded-Common-Match Completion
    Icicles uses a similar notion for apropos completion. For example, if you enter '
    M-x minib' and hit 'TAB' , Emacs completes your input to 'minibuffer' , which is the

  8. EmacsWiki: Icicles - Completion in Other Buffers
    Jul 28, 2014 ... You can then use any Icicles features, such as apropos completion and
    candidate cycling. In addition, you can complete an empty prefix, ...

  9. EmacsWiki: Icicles - Key Completion
    Oct 28, 2014 ... Gotcha: 'S-TAB' uses apropos completion, by default, so remember that typing ` . '
    matches any character (except a newline). To match only the ...

  10. EmacsWiki: icicles-xmas.el
    This is the usual Emacs ;; completion. ;; ;; - Apropos completion - The input string
    is a regular expression ;; that matches somewhere (anywhere) within ;; the ...



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