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accepted Cycling through the *Buffer List* with C-n, C-p
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asked Cycling through the *Buffer List* with C-n, C-p
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awarded  Popular Question
Oct
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accepted Hide make targets from shell when users autocomplete in bash
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29
awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Popular Question
Sep
10
comment Hide make targets from shell when users autocomplete in bash
@derobert bash, added tag
Sep
10
revised Hide make targets from shell when users autocomplete in bash
edited tags
Sep
10
revised Hide make targets from shell when users autocomplete in bash
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Sep
10
asked Hide make targets from shell when users autocomplete in bash
Sep
9
comment variable assignment from inside a bash script
that's correct; I've updated the question to make that clear.
Sep
9
revised variable assignment from inside a bash script
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Sep
9
accepted variable assignment from inside a bash script
Sep
9
asked variable assignment from inside a bash script
Sep
6
accepted Copy the last Emacs message into the current buffer
Sep
6
comment Copy the last Emacs message into the current buffer
@Gilles I guess you're right. I was confused because of it being the same spot. Thanks for updating the question.
Sep
6
comment Copy the last Emacs message into the current buffer
@Gilles correct; my use case is that I want to do a C-c+z (which I've bound to show-file-name) and then copy that content (i.e. the current file name) to my current buffer. Or that I can type in the buffer an expression like (/ 30.0 7.0), hit C-x C-e and copy the result to my buffer without having to copy the digits with the mouse.
Sep
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asked Copy the last Emacs message into the current buffer
Sep
6
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
5
revised make `find` return with a non-zero exit code if error occured
replaced {} with $file