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Emacs: Seach+Replace in multiple files (Ivy, ibuffer, Dired…)

Summary:
How to use external and built-in Emacs packages to perform complex search+replace operations across multiple files/buffers. The tools I demo in this video include: `ivy’, `counsel-git-grep’, `wgrep’, `ibuffer’, `occur’, `dired’, as well as keyboard macros and `query-replace’. /// Check my dotemacs for the relevant configs: https://protesilaos.com/dotemacs.

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How to use external and built-in Emacs packages to perform complex search+replace operations across multiple files/buffers. The tools I demo in this video include: `ivy’, `counsel-git-grep’, `wgrep’, `ibuffer’, `occur’, `dired’, as well as keyboard macros and `query-replace’. /// Check my dotemacs for the relevant configs: https://protesilaos.com/dotemacs.


Protesilaos Stavrou
EU policy analyst. Philosopher. Front end developer. Free/libre software contributor. // Refer to my website for the specifics.

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