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In Emacs, undo means undoing changes to buffers. However, this page includes
discussion of related ways to “undo” other aspects of your Emacs session.
Jun 5, 2014 ... Consecutive repetitions of 'C-/' (or its aliases) undo earlier and earlier changes in
the current buffer. If all the recorded changes have already ...
Oct 16, 2009 ... M-x toggle-debug-on-error or (setq debug-on-error t) ;; 3) Use Lisp version
instead of compiled one: (load "point-undo.el") ;; 4) Do it! ;; 5) If you ...
May 15, 2013 ... This behavior may ;; make undo/redo operations perfect, but I feel this behavior is
;; too much verbose and little bit annoying. ;; ;; The undo/redo ...
Oct 13, 2005 ... selective-undo-xmas.el ;; This file is free software ;; Xemacs port of selective undo
. (defun undo (&optional arg) "Undo some previous changes.
Sep 5, 2008 ... 2007-5-30 ;;; Derek Peschel ;;; Peek at Emacs's undo state. ;;; TO DO: make view-
undo not affect undo's idea of whether it is ;;; currently ...
Sep 5, 2008 ... The simplest thing is to set the fill-column to 9999 or something like that, and then
use M-q to fill the paragraph, and M-n to move to the next ...
Until Emacs 24.4, there is no way to save the undo history if the file is changed
behind Emacs's back. Emacs needs to re-read the file from disk and reverting a ...
You've undone all changes when the mode line shows '--' instead of '**'; redo:
after undo, C-g and then C-x u; undo unsaved changes to a buffer: M-x revert- ...
Well, the best you can do is hit undo, ^F, and undo again, ;; to get back. Hence
the "burning need" for the additional function, ;; which you might name ...