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search-wraps: preference variable

Default value: 1

Bits in this variable control whether searching wraps to the other end of the buffer when no more matches are found.

By default, when an incremental search fails, pressing Ctrl-S or Ctrl-R to continue the search in the same direction makes Epsilon wrap to the other end of the buffer and continue searching from there. The 1 bit enables this wrapping behavior.

The 2 bit controls whether Epsilon wraps during non-incremental searching, such as in the commands string-search or search-again. If set, Epsilon prompts when there are no more matches in the current direction and offers to wrap and search again. If not set, it simply reports no more matches.

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