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Questions on function usage in the context of Unix & Linux (mostly but not exclusively shell scripts). Questions on programming in Python, Perl, Ruby, etc. should be asked on Stack Overflow.

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unrelated, by I found out why these solutions don't work. I have IDO enabled, for better or worse. The (current-buffer) function described in the manual does return the name of the file in the current … buffer, but nowhere in the examples I gave above, am I evaluating elisp code. Is there a way to insert the result of the evaluation of this function in a (mini)buffer and binding this way to a shortcut …
asked Aug 9 '12 by rahmu
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I'm on Solaris 10 and I have tested the following with ksh (88), bash (3.00) and zsh (4.2.1). The following code doesn't yield any result: function foo { echo "Hello World" } find somedir … -exec foo \; The find does match several files (as shown by replacing -exec ... with -print), and the function works perfectly when called outside from the find call. Here's what the man find page say …
asked Oct 12 '12 by rahmu