Emacs features highlighted in this video:

  • F2-t – Add a trace statement above the current statement.
  • F3-t – Add a trace statement below the current statement.
  • F4-s – Add a debug statement at the current line of magik.
  • F3-d – Toggle transmission of #DEBUG statements in Magik code.
  • Use ‘Alt-x all <Enter>’ or the icon to listEDIT all lines matching a given regexp in *All* buffer. Changes made in the *All* buffer  propagated to the original buffer. Use ‘F3-j’ from *All* buffer to go to a match in the original file. Note that changes to the `*All*’ buffer are propagated back to the original buffer.
  • Alt-s o – Show all lines in the current buffer containing a match for REGEXP.
  • F9 – Mark the current method. Repeated commands extends the marked region to include the next method as well.
  • Ctrl-Alt- – Indent selected/marked region
  • Ctrl-s Ctrl-w – to append next word or character in buffer onto the end of the search string, and search for it.
  • Alt-Spc|F5-b|Alt-F5 – set|loop|edit – series of ‘breadcrumb’ bookmarks with quick cycling though them.

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