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  1. This searches for lines matching a regular expression like the grep command. You can install this workflow by downloading the .alfredworkflow file from: https://github.com/ichitaro/alfred-grep Notes: Input files are supposed to be encoded in UTF-8. For performance reasons, please consider using Alfred's File Buffer to reduce search scope, instead of passing a large directory tree to the file action.
  2. This workflow will allow you to open the current file in Finder, Path Finder, or Commander One in Emacs. This workflow makes use of the emacsclient command. File Actions Edit in Emacs (Current Window) and Edit in Emacs (New Window) will open the file in the Alfred Browser in Emacs. Keywords: em:open This will open the currently selected file in Finder, Path Finder, or Commander One in the currently running Emacs. em:top This brings the Emacs window to the top. File Filter: em:fopen and em:fopennew will give a list of files that match the name typed by the user. The selected file is then opened in Emacs. GitHub: https://github.com/raguay/MyAlfred Packal: http://www.packal.org/workflow/emacs-workflow Version: 1.0 Date: 01/05/2016
  3. I guess I should first ask, is there an alfred workflow to smoothly interact with emacs in terminal (not the emacs gui/application)? And now, please excuse my lack of general knowledge: I currently have a very simple workflow set up that browses alfred and runs the terminal command "emacs {query}" on enter. I was wondering how hard it would be to make a workflow that checks if terminal is already open with emacs running, and if so, actually open the query as a buffer in emacs. Another question, kind of related to this (so that i could do "emacs .emacs" and such): I understand Alfred doesn't show hidden files since spotlight doesn't index them, but is there a way to make a specific hidden file findable with spotlight/alfred? (I've heard there's a way to hide files from them by adding stuff to their comments, was basically wondering if the opposite is possible too.)
  4. Here is a TODO and note capture workflow for emacs org-mode (i use emacs 24.3.2): https://github.com/alexandergogl/alfred-org-mode-workflow It is very simple to use (see syntax). It adds the entered todo or note to the specified inbox.org as a new line to the bottom of the file. Feel free to extend it You have to adjust the path to your org-mode inbox file of the applescript (that's quite easy). Syntax: todo the title of the todo entry:: the note of the todo entry note the title of the note:: the note of the note entry The ":: " separates the title from the note of the entry
  5. Thanks to a Pull Request by github user MarchLiu there's now also an Open With Emacs workflow in my github repository at https://github.com/franzheidl/alfred-workflows. Use keyword emacs to open the current Finder files/selection in Emacs or enter a path like emacs ~/Documents/myfile.txt to open myfile.txt ('~' will be expanded). Also works as a file/folder action. You can also search for files to open with emacs* [filename]. github: https://github.com/franzheidl/alfred-workflows download: Open With Emacs
  6. Hi. I'm having a problem when using Alfred's paste functionality to paste into Emacs. I'm using: OS X 10.7.5 Alfred 2.0 (137) GNU Emacs [Terminology note: (Ignore this unless you have an Emacs background!) I use the word "window" below with its normal meaning. If you are familiar with Emacs terminology, I'm talking about Emacs frames, not Emacs windows.] When I paste from the Alfred clipboard into Emacs: the text does not appear in Emacs the window into which I attempted to paste no longer responds to cursor keys; after I type some other character the cursor keys resume working This happens every time I try it. Things work fine in the other direction — copying text in Emacs results in the Alfred clipboard knowing about it. Some details of my Emacs set-up that might possibly be relevant: ELISP> x-select-enable-clipboard t ELISP> interprogram-paste-function x-selection-value Can anyone reproduce this? Does anyone have an idea of what might be happening? -Simon
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