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Re: elisp code to list interactive functions

From: Alexander Asteroth
Subject: Re: elisp code to list interactive functions
Date: Thu, 04 Nov 2021 11:49:19 +0100
User-agent: mu4e 1.4.15; emacs 27.1

Perfect, that did what I wanted more precisely:

(require 'help-fns)
(require 'seq)

(defun aa/show-interactive-commands ()
  (seq-sort-by #'length #'<
               (all-completions ""
                                (lambda (f)
                                  (commandp f)))))

Returns a list (sorted by size) of available interactive commands. I can
now make them known to i3 to integrate them on demand. Great!



On Do, Nov 04 2021, 10:44:17, Robert Pluim wrote:

>>>>>> On Thu, 04 Nov 2021 09:08:26 +0100, Alexander Asteroth 
>>>>>> <alexander.asteroth@h-brs.de> said:
>     Alexander> Dear all,
>     Alexander> I don't know if I'm right here but I don't find a group that 
> is devoted
>     Alexander> to elisp programming. I'm trying to write a little funtion 
> that I can
>     Alexander> call from emacsclient to get a list of interactive functions
>     Alexander> available. The result shoud be a list of strings or just one 
> string,
>     Alexander> more or less what the *Completions* buffer displays when 
> pressing
>     Alexander> M-x followed by <TAB>. I'm sure there must be a very simple 
> solution to
>     Alexander> this but somehow I get lost in the code in simple.el on my 
> search for
>     Alexander> it.
> You mean something like this?
> (all-completions ""
>                #'help--symbol-completion-table  
>                (lambda (f)
>                  (commandp f)))
> (that returns quite a few things)
> Robert

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