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`interactive` spec of an Emacs-Lisp command (function invocable using `M-x` or a key binding)

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background I had elisp code (in this very small git repo) like (defun bulk-replace-file (filepath) (interactive "FPath to file to bulk-replace: ") (bulk-replace-file-non-interactive filepath … ) ; (interactive "FPath to file to bulk-replace: ") ; should always work (interactive (concat "F" BULK-REPLACE-FILEPATH-PROMPT)) (bulk-replace-file-non-interactive filepath) ) However that fails with (in …
asked Dec 26 '15 by TomRoche
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summary Elisp newbie has been given interactive code (aka commands, called with M-x whatever) that "does stuff" on the currently-selected region in the current buffer. What is an/the "elispish way … " to scale that code up to handle all of the following (and all interactive) usecases: (current) If called with (no argument && region selected in the current buffer): do something on the text in …
asked Dec 24 '15 by TomRoche