Install ieditPublish date: May 25, 2022
What is iedit?
Tools for Bulk Editing
→ Select and install iedet
;;iedit (add-to-list 'load-path "~/.emacs.d/iedit") (require 'iedit)
How to use
C-; at the point where you want to edit the batch. (It’s default key bindings.)
Then you will be in edit mode, and when you are done modifying,
C-; again to finish editing.
At first, I didn’t know how to use it.
But I found it very useful to see what is going on in real time by looking at the
I looked up what Spacemacs uses and it seems that
multiple cursors is used. Which one was correct?
By the way, I installed Magit the other day. I was worried at that time, too. I asked for advice on the #emacs channel at work. Everyone was using Magit. (Incidentally, it seemed that Magit was also used in Spacemacs.)
There are many things you can do with Emacs. First, I want to use it as an editor. I want to add useful features for coding with emacs.