So I'm looking to have
helm-swoop look at all files in a project,
not just the current set of open buffers.
This is so I can use swoop to find all occurrences in a project, mark relevant ones, then edit them (in helm swoops edit mode).
I feel that there's probably a clean way to do this with Helm/Helm swoop but here's my attempt to think through a solution:
- gather filenames from projectile
- create a list of buffers from the filename list
- do the same routine as helm-multi-swoop-all besides using this new buffer list
(projectile-current-project-files), looks like it gives me the file list I'm looking for.
helm-multi-swoop-all, looks like it'd be fairly easy to copy and then tweak.
(defun helm-multi-swoop-all (&optional $query) (interactive) "Apply all buffers to helm-multi-swoop" (cond ($query (setq helm-multi-swoop-query $query)) (mark-active (let (($st (buffer-substring-no-properties (region-beginning) (region-end)))) (if (string-match "\n" $st) (message "Multi line region is not allowed") (setq helm-multi-swoop-query (helm-swoop-pre-input-optimize $st))))) ((setq helm-multi-swoop-query (helm-swoop-pre-input-optimize (funcall helm-swoop-pre-input-function)))) (t (setq helm-multi-swoop-query ""))) (helm-multi-swoop--exec nil :$query helm-multi-swoop-query :$buflist (helm-multi-swoop--get-buffer-list)))
Just replace the call to
to one that provided a list of buffers using projectiles list.
But now I'm a little stuck. I'm not sure how to create a list of buffers to feed into helm-swoop from a set of file names.
I also can't help but think there's a simpler way to achieve this, maybe without custom functions.
helm-swoop. Does doing a
wgrep-modemake it "editable"?