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[eev] find-here-links

From: Eduardo Ochs
Subject: [eev] find-here-links
Date: Sat, 16 Nov 2013 03:56:57 -0200


I have just uploaded a version of eev with a new feature that
simplifies usage signficantly. The function `find-here-links', bound
to `M-h M-h', integrates several of the functions that were used to
generate buffers with lists of hyperlinks. Now, if you are in a
manpage, or in an info page, or in a "*(find-xxx-intro)*" buffer, or
visiting a file, etc, etc, and you want to generate a hyperlink to
where you are, just type `M-h M-h', and `find-here-links' will detect
in what kind of "here" you are and will generate links accordingly.

There is some documentation on `find-here-links' here:

Look for a section called (ta-daa!) `find-here-links'.

Also, as the "H" in `M-h M-h' would also be the letter that I would
choose for "help", I did a bit of overloading: the first lines of the
buffers generated by `M-h M-h' are help links.

Note that Org has something that appears to be similar to this:

  (info "(org)Handling links")
  (find-node "(org)Handling links")
  (find-orgnode "Handling links")

I don't know how to use it yet - but I'll have to learn that and write
a comparison (help appreciated, of course!)...

   Eduardo Ochs

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