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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 or region, and simultaneously have other occurrences
-edited in the same way, with visual feedback as you type.
+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:
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;; Copyright (C) 2010, 2011, 2012 Victor Ren
-;; Time-stamp: <2012-03-06 23:10:57 Victor Ren>
+;; Time-stamp: <2012-03-14 23:00:29 Victor Ren>
;; Author: Victor Ren <victorhge@gmail.com>
;; Keywords: occurrence region simultaneous rectangle refactoring
;; Version: 0.95
@@ -28,8 +28,8 @@
;;; Commentary:
;; This package is an Emacs minor mode and allows you to edit one occurrence of
-;; some text in a buffer or region, and simultaneously have other occurrences
-;; edited in the same way.
+;; some text in a buffer (possibly narrowed) or region, and simultaneously have
+;; other occurrences edited in the same way.
;;
;; Normal scenario of iedit-mode is like:
;;
@@ -375,8 +375,9 @@ prefix argument and variable `iedit-transient-mark-sensitive'.
If Iedit mode is off, turn Iedit mode on.
When Iedit mode is turned on, all the occurrences of the current
-region are highlighted. If one occurrence is modified, the
-change are propagated to all other occurrences simultaneously.
+region in the buffer (possibly narrowed) or a region are
+highlighted. If one occurrence is modified, the change are
+propagated to all other occurrences simultaneously.
If region is not active, the current symbol (returns from
`current-word') is used as the occurrence by default. The

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