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A multi-command is a command that lets you make multiple input choices in a
single command execution: a multiple-choice command. You can choose
Nov 26, 2013 ... How about a multi-command replacement for 'M-x' ? Instead of executing a single
command, it would execute any number of commands.
It can be good to know this, if only for the case where you need to define a multi-
command that has special behavior not provided by 'icicle-define-command' ...
A multi-command is any command that uses input completion and lets you
perform actions on any number of individual completion candidates without
If defining an Icicles command is trivial, so is defining an Icicles multi-command.
For the same effort it takes to define a command that acts on a single input ...
Jun 3, 2012 ... When that is the case, you can use completion on that input, and if you do that,
you can use the candidate command as a multi-command.
Feb 3, 2013 ... This is the case for all multi-commands: the candidate action function — the same
function that you apply to individual completion candidates ...
Jan 4, 2014 ... In many contexts, ` C-! ' reports on any objects that were not acted upon
successfully (in buffer '*Help*' ). All multi-commands let you use ` C-!
which is listed first and highlighted (using face `icicle-multi-command-completion'
). (The fact that you see a candidate ` ESC = ... ' here too means that 'ESC ESC' ...
Aug 24, 2013 ... ... 'icicle-search'; Icicles - Multi-Commands for more about the multi-command (
navigation) bindings – 'next' , 'C-next' , 'C-M-next' , and so on ...