Tag Archives: Dired

Some Dired Tips

Marcin Borkowski (mbork) has a nice post on Emacs dired tips. Dired is amazingly powerful but most of us don't begin to take advantage of its capabilities. Mbork looks at a few things you can do to enhance your workflow … Continue reading

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A Screencast on Emacs Dired Basics

If you're new to Dired and like to learn visually (as compared to, say, reading about a subject), Kenny Meyer has an interesting screencast on Dired basics that you may enjoy. He covers Copying files Deleting files Renaming files Creating … Continue reading

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Searching For Blog Posts With Dired

Here's another nice trick using Dired. I sometimes want to make an update to a blog post a few days or even weeks after I published it. I have no problem finding the title of the post, if I need … Continue reading

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Some More Emacs Dired Magic

In a comment to my post yesterday about A Nice Emacs Dired Command Sue Nymme notes that in addition to 【* t】 a plain 【t】 will also toggle the marks in a Dired buffer. That brings up another Dired trick … Continue reading

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A Nice Emacs Dired Command

As I've mentioned many times, I write my blog posts in Emacs and publish them with org2blog. After I push the post to WordPress, I have a buffer and file with the HTML that I no longer need. I used … Continue reading

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