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undo-flag: buffer-specific variable

Default value: none

In addition to buffer changes and movements, Epsilon can record other information in its list of undoable operations. Each time you set this variable, Epsilon inserts a "flag" in its undo list with the particular value you specify. When Epsilon is undoing or redoing and encounters a flag, it immediately ends the current group of undo operations, returns a special code, and puts the value of the flag it encountered back into the undo_flag variable.

More info:

Undo Primitives (Primitives)



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