~rgrjr/rgr-hacks

757e8441f3570f3b03a98bebcdb8db884d1726ab — Bob Rogers a month ago 1bf2d97
* rgr-elisp-hacks.el:  (rgr-make-tags-table-list-hook):  Add WebFrame
1 files changed, 6 insertions(+), 5 deletions(-)

M rgr-elisp-hacks.el
M rgr-elisp-hacks.el => rgr-elisp-hacks.el +6 -5
@@ 79,10 79,10 @@ A Lisp code line is one that is nonblank and not entirely a comment."

;;;###autoload
(defun rgr-compute-runtime-stats (start end)
  "Look for all 'real/user/sys' times in the region, and insert statistics.
These normally come from sh 'time' output, and have times of the
format '0m57.932s', separated from the name by a tab.  The 'user'
and 'sys' CPU times are added together, and the mean and standard
  "Look for all \='real/user/sys' times in the region & add stats.
These normally come from sh \='time' output, and have times of the
format \='0m57.932s', separated from the name by a tab.  The \='user'
and \='sys' CPU times are added together, and the mean and standard
deviation are inserted into the buffer at the end of the region.
The elapsed time statistics are treated separately."
  (interactive "r")


@@ 118,7 118,7 @@ The elapsed time statistics are treated separately."
;;;###autoload
(defun rgr-renumber-sharps (&optional force-one-p)
  "From point to the end of the buffer, renumber indices between sharps.
E.g. '#3# x #7# y #2# zz #7#' gets turned into
E.g. \='#3# x #7# y #2# zz #7#' gets turned into
'#3# x #4# y #5# zz #4#', preserving the value of the first number seen,
and renumbering the others sequentially thereafter, while preserving 
the correspondence of matching numbers.  If given a numeric argument, the


@@ 165,6 165,7 @@ This should be called from .emacs files."
		       "~/projects/mgi/ethanolamine"
		       "~/projects/2metdb"
		       "/usr/local/src/rogers/system/jekyll"
		       "~/projects/webframe"
		       "~/projects/system/scripts"
		       "/usr/local/src/rogers/system/scripts")
		 (let* ((site-perl "/usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/")