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How to get emacs to highlight and link file paths
Is there some emacs lisp code that would automatically find /nfs file paths in the buffer and highlight/link to them? So clicking on them would open that file? Example path: /nfs/foo/bar/file.txt
Aug 12 '10 at 21:12
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