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Aug 24, 2013 ... The same idea of combining multiple regexp matches is behind the Icicles
feature of progressive completion: instead of trying to come up with a ...
Aug 24, 2013 ... Though generally less useful than progressive completion, you can also widen,
instead of narrow, the current set of completion candidates, ...
... Multi-Completions; 'M-*' – Icicles - Progressive Completion, ...
Aug 24, 2013... 'next' ), apropos (regexp) completion ( 'S-TAB' ), progressive completion ( 'S-
SPC' ), help on individual candidates ( 'C-M-RET' ), and so on.
You can of course use progressive completion to match multiple regexps. Here,
for example, is a query that shows all doc strings (functions, variables, faces – a ...
Aug 24, 2013 ... Gotcha: If you use progressive completion and you have not yet typed anything
after 'M-*' or 'S-SPC' , then there is not yet a set of candidates to ...
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Progressive Completion. Expanded-Common-Match Completion.
It is far more useful when you use it together with Icicles features such as apropos
completion, progressive completion, and chipping away the non-elephant.
Nov 24, 2013 ... The most useful is “progressive completion”: use the current set of matching
candidates as the domain for a recursive minibuffer. That is, start ...
Aug 24, 2013 ... That's what Icicles progressive completion is all about. You type one part to
match, then hit 'M-*' , then type another part to match, then hit 'M-*' ...