On Emacs there's long been a tag,
auto-complete-mode, which corresponds to a particular (now old) Emacs package
autocomplete.el and its command/mode
For several years now, other ways to obtain autocompletion have been available in Emacs, and the use of that old package has diminished.
But the only tag for autocompletion has been
auto-complete-mode, so that tag has unfortunately been applied to lots and lots of questions that have nothing to do with package
auto-complete.el and its command
I've added a new tag,
autocompletion, for the general feature of autocompletion. And I started editing posts with tag
auto-complete-mode, to change those that have nothing to do with that package to instead have tag
autocompletion. But this is really s l o w.
What's an easy way to get this job done? It would be good to just (1) get the list of posts tagged
auto-complete-mode, which is simple, and then (2) look at each of them, and just hit a key or click something once, to replace tag
auto-complete-mode with tag
autocompletion, if appropriate.
(That's what you'd do in/with an editor - query-replace. I don't use Emacs to access Stack Exchange, otherwise I'd use it to make such a replacement.)
Is there some existing shortcut to performing such an edit on a set of posts?