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According to the docu of Bookmark+ this code:

(bmkp-dired-jump BOOKMARK-NAME &optional FLIP-USE-REGION-P)

should allow to quickly jump to a dired buffer that has been bookmarked.

I try to eval (bmkp-dired-jump d_zh_tmp)
thinking it should jump to a bookmark called d_zh_tmp but instead I get an error:

eval-buffer: Symbol's value as variable is void: d_zh_tmp

Any clue what I'm missing here?

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The bmkp-dired-jump function evaluates its argument; the literal bookmark name therefore needs to be enclosed in quotation marks.

(bmkp-dired-jump "d_zh_tmp")

Alternatively, you could set the argument equal to a variable, whose value is that string.

(setq d_zh_tmp_var "d_zh_tmp")
(bmkp-dired-jump d_zh_tmp_var)
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  • Ye. All Emacs-Lisp functions evaluate all of their arguments. (Some special forms and macros do not evaluate all of their arguments.)
    – Drew
    Mar 25, 2016 at 15:40
  • thx! this works
    – zeltak
    Mar 25, 2016 at 16:17

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