git clone 'git://github.com/mhayashi1120/Emacs-wgrep.git'
wgrep allows you to edit a grep buffer and apply those changes to the file buffer.
Put this file into load-path'ed directory, and byte compile it if desired. And put the following expression into your ~/.emacs.
You can edit the text in the grep buffer after typing
After that the changed text is highlighted.
The following keybindings are defined:
C-c C-e: Apply the changes to file buffers.
C-c C-u: All changes are unmarked and ignored.
C-c C-d: Mark as delete to current line (including newline).
C-c C-r: Remove the changes in the region (these changes are not applied to the files. Of course, the remaining changes can still be applied to the files.)
C-c C-p: Toggle read-only area.
C-c C-k: Discard all changes and exit.
C-x C-q: Exit wgrep mode.
To save all buffers that wgrep has changed, run
To save buffer automatically when `wgrep-finish-edit'.
(setq wgrep-auto-save-buffer t)
You can change the default key binding to switch to wgrep.
(setq wgrep-enable-key "r")
To apply all changes wheather or not buffer is read-only.
(setq wgrep-change-readonly-file t)
This program is a forked version. the original version can be downloaded from http://www.bookshelf.jp/elc/grep-edit.el
Following added implementations and differences.