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Re: Perldo in Emacs

From: Jorgen Grahn
Subject: Re: Perldo in Emacs
Date: 3 Mar 2011 09:45:54 GMT
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On Wed, 2011-03-02, Alberto Simões wrote:
> Hello
> vim has a nice thing, it lets the user to use a command named
> 'perldo', supply some code to it, and vim will process all the file
> with perl, and include the output.
> My doubt is if there is something similar in Perl (I know we have send
You mean Emacs here.

> through pipe, but was expecting some dedicated method).
> If not, it should not be difficult to implement, but I really need
> some help with the list.
> It is a matter of running the buffer with
>   perl -i -pe ' ... '    < buffer > newbuffer
> where ... is the perl code instroduced by the user in emacs
> (minibuffer, probably).

Just an observation: I find myself using 'perl -ne' just as often as
'perl -pe', so if vim only supports the former, it's a bit too limited
for my taste.


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