If you have never used wgrep with rg.el to rename a function in several files, try it | that will blow your mind

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  • deadgrep

    fast, friendly searching with ripgrep and Emacs

    Yes in this area (text search) there is many alternatives. Wilfred Hughes (author of deadgrep) has listed them in: https://github.com/Wilfred/deadgrep/blob/master/docs/ALTERNATIVES.md

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    Power Real-Time Data Analytics at Scale. Get real-time insights from all types of time series data with InfluxDB. Ingest, query, and analyze billions of data points in real-time with unbounded cardinality.

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  • rg.el

    Emacs search tool based on ripgrep

    In this post we see how to rename interactively a function that appears in several files using rg.el and wgrep!

  • Emacs-wgrep

    Writable grep buffer and apply the changes to files

    In this post we see how to rename interactively a function that appears in several files using rg.el and wgrep!

  • multiple-cursors.el

    Multiple cursors for emacs.

    Then, in *rg* buffer, we transform org-link-expand-abbrev into org-link-RENAMED the way we prefer (we have all the Emacs power, some of us might use query-replace, other might use multiple-cursors.el, other iedit, etc.). And so *rg* buffer looks like this:

  • iedit

    Modify multiple occurrences simultaneously

    Then, in *rg* buffer, we transform org-link-expand-abbrev into org-link-RENAMED the way we prefer (we have all the Emacs power, some of us might use query-replace, other might use multiple-cursors.el, other iedit, etc.). And so *rg* buffer looks like this:

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