allout-rebullet-heading is a compiled Lisp function in `
(allout-rebullet-heading &optional INSTEAD NEW-DEPTH NUMBER-CONTROL INDEX DO-SUCCESSORS)
Adjust bullet of current topic prefix.
All args are optional.
If INSTEAD is:
- nil, then the bullet char for the context is used, per distinction or depth
- a (numeric) character, then character's string representation is used
- a string, then the user is asked for bullet with the first char as default
- anything else, the user is solicited with bullet char per context as default
Second arg DEPTH forces the topic prefix to that depth, regardless
of the topic's current depth.
Third arg NUMBER-CONTROL can force the prefix to or away from
numbered form. It has effect only if `allout-numbered-bullet' is
non-nil and soliciting was not explicitly invoked (via first arg).
Its effect, numbering or denumbering, then depends on the setting
of the fourth arg, INDEX.
If NUMBER-CONTROL is non-nil and fourth arg INDEX is nil, then the
prefix of the topic is forced to be non-numbered. Null index and
non-nil NUMBER-CONTROL forces denumbering. Non-nil INDEX (and
non-nil NUMBER-CONTROL) forces a numbered-prefix form. If non-nil
INDEX is a number, then that number is used for the numbered
prefix. Non-nil and non-number means that the index for the
numbered prefix will be derived by allout-make-topic-prefix.
Fifth arg DO-SUCCESSORS t means re-resolve count on succeeding
Cf vars `allout-stylish-prefixes', `allout-old-style-prefixes',
and `allout-numbered-bullet', which all affect the behavior of