I am working inside a git-repo. Here I want to apply my search operation based on the root directory of the git repo that current buffer is open.
Here I do:
find-dired "~/my_project" ... in order to replace all Python files.
(defun my-find-files () (interactive) (message "press t to toggle mark for all files found && Press Q for Query-Replace in Files...") (find-dired "~/my_project" "-name \\*.py ! -name flycheck_\\*.py ! -name __init__.py")) (global-set-key (kbd "M-z") 'my-find-files)
Instead how can I set
"~/my_project" folder path dynamically based on the current buffer's root git repo.
git rev-parse --show-toplevel returns the root of the git repository where the file lives. I was wondering would it be possible to pass its return value instead of