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-* Iedit - Edit multiple regions in the same way simultaneously
-
-This package is an Emacs minor mode and allows you to edit one occurrence of
-some text in a buffer (possibly narrowed) or region, and simultaneously have
-other occurrences edited in the same way, with visual feedback as you type.
-
-Normal scenario of Iedit mode is like:
-
- - Highlight certain contents - by press C-;
- All occurrences of a symbol, string or a rectangle in the buffer or a region
- may be highlighted corresponding to current mark, point and prefix
- argument. Refer to the document of `iedit-mode' for details.
-
- - Edit one of the occurrences
- The change is applied to other occurrences simultaneously.
-
- - Finish - by pressing C-; again
-
-This package also provides rectangle support with *visible rectangle*
-highlighting, which is similar with cua mode rectangle support. But it's
-lighter weight and uses iedit mechanisms.
-
-You can also use Iedit mode as a quick way to temporarily show only the
-buffer lines that match the current text being edited. This gives you the
-effect of a temporary `keep-lines' or `occur'. To get this effect, hit C-'
-when in Iedit mode - it toggles hiding non-matching lines.
-
-Renaming refactoring is convinient in Iedit mode
-
- - The symbol under point is selected as occurrence by default and only complete
- symbols are matched
-
- - With digit prefix argument 0, only occurrences in current function are matched
-
- - Restricting symbols in current region can be done by pressing C-; again
-
- - Last renaming refactoring is remembered and can be applied to other buffers
- later
-
-There are also some other facilities you may never think about. Refer to the
-document of function `iedit-mode' (C-h f iedit-mode RET) for more details.
+* Iedit - Edit multiple regions in the same way simultaneously
+
+This package is an Emacs minor mode and allows you to edit one occurrence of
+some text in a buffer (possibly narrowed) or region, and simultaneously have
+other occurrences edited in the same way, with visual feedback as you type.
+
+Normal scenario of Iedit mode is like:
+
+ - Highlight certain contents - by press C-;
+ All occurrences of a symbol, string or a rectangle in the buffer or a region
+ may be highlighted corresponding to current mark, point and prefix
+ argument. Refer to the document of `iedit-mode' for details.
+
+ - Edit one of the occurrences
+ The change is applied to other occurrences simultaneously.
+
+ - Finish - by pressing C-; again
+
+This package also provides rectangle support with *visible rectangle*
+highlighting, which is similar with cua mode rectangle support. But it's
+lighter weight and uses iedit mechanisms.
+
+You can also use Iedit mode as a quick way to temporarily show only the
+buffer lines that match the current text being edited. This gives you the
+effect of a temporary `keep-lines' or `occur'. To get this effect, hit C-'
+when in Iedit mode - it toggles hiding non-matching lines.
+
+Renaming refactoring is convinient in Iedit mode
+
+ - The symbol under point is selected as occurrence by default and only complete
+ symbols are matched
+
+ - With digit prefix argument 0, only occurrences in current function are matched
+
+ - Restricting symbols in current region can be done by pressing C-; again
+
+ - Last renaming refactoring is remembered and can be applied to other buffers
+ later
+
+There are also some other facilities you may never think about. Refer to the
+document of function `iedit-mode' (C-h f iedit-mode RET) for more details.
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