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Sort ripgrep results based on proximity to current buffer

I use counsel-projectile-rg to search within the project I work on. But there is my sub-project inside this big repo that most of my development is in. Is there a way to sort ripgrep results based on ...
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projectile grep file filter

I'm trying to use helm-projectile-grep function on Windows 7, but it searches in every file, though in .projectile I excluded file types which I don't want to work with. Do I have to configure grep ...
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Helm Grep within a first results set / multi line search

I would like to use helm to search for two terms which may well be on different lines. Is there a way to grep for the first term then further grep within the resulting fileset the second term? eg ...
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How to use `next-error` and `previous-error` without the compilation buffer visible

I want to be able to use grep to find matching lines and to be able to jump through them using next-error and previous-error however I don't feel the need to have the match list on screen and it takes ...
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How can I replace grep with sift or ag in helm-grep? (Not helm-do-ag)

I've currently got a custom function that I use to grep through files in helm. ;; Search for the thing that the cursor is on or that's already hilighted. If there's nothing, ;; switch back to ...
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Abort output in currently executing command in shell mode

Sometimes in shell I end up executing a command which results in too much output. For example, consider a wrong grep on a huge text file which results in 10,000 matches. The grep command completes ...
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How to make `helm-projectile-grep` do a recursive search?

I use helm with projectile and treemacs, how do I make helm-projectile-grep command to search in all project folders recursively starting at the project root. According to this page helm-projectile ...
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`find-grep` (aka `grep-find`) not finding a line when in an upper directory

[Top-posting an update] Results of deeper inquiry, after filing a bug report. It appears that the failure is related to a recent update to the cygwin environment. Where previously the single-quoted ...
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Can emacs emulate zgrep -a in zrgrep?

Currently I can grep (in command line) the gzip files I receive using the command zgrep -a something logs.tar.gz it outputs every line inside the logs.tar.gz but without the file where it was found, ...
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How to use helm to search a buffer?

I would like to use the helm machinery to search "live" a buffer's lines. Is this possible? If not how would I go about figuring out how to implement this?
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How can we save all the grep searches (using `M-x grep`) into history?

How can we save and retrieve all the grep searches that we do using M-x grep command into history ?
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How to control the way windows are opened by “next-error” and “previous-error”?

The context In the gif shown below, I demostrate that the way next-error show the current error in a new window depends on the size of the font. When using the font Fira Code 20, a single window is ...
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Moving back to previous cursor position in rg.el

I am using rg(https://github.com/dajva/rg.el) to search in a project. When I click on one of the files rg has found and go to that location I am unable to go back to the previous location. I have ...
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Grep exited abnormally when using lgrep command

Debian 10, Emacs 26.1 I want to search word "The" for each file in folder test1, by using the command M-x lgrep The [Enter] test1 And the result is zsh:1: no matches found: .[!.]* I ...
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How can I do a regex search recursively from a directory?

Basically I want a command that can do the following: find /path/dir -type f -print0 | xargs -0 grep -l "foo" Is there an emacs command to do this? If not, then is there a convenient keybinding that ...
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Search in recent files

I use helm-recentf to receive the list of recent files. I would like to have an opportunity to search over the list of recently viewed files. Can I do it with grep or helm-swoop? Is there any other ...