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Re: A debug mode for find-here-links

From: Eduardo Ochs
Subject: Re: A debug mode for find-here-links
Date: Tue, 28 Jun 2022 21:18:39 -0300

On Tue, 28 Jun 2022 at 17:12, Tomas Hlavaty <> wrote:
> Ah, I forgot that part as I do not use it.
> Do you maintain the table of contents manually?

Nowadays I use this:

  (find-eevfile "eev-hydras.el")

Can you try to run its tutorial and tell me if it is clear?
The instructions for running it are at the top of that file -
the are essentially this:

;;; Commentary:

;; This is a new, experimental feature that is not loaded by
;; default. It is mentioned briefly here:
;;   (find-refining-intro "5. Pointing to anchors")
;;   (find-refining-intro "5. Pointing to anchors" "but I don't touch-type")
;; It depends on the package "hydra" (from ELPA). You can install it
;; with `M-x list-packages', or with:
;;   (find-epackage-links 'hydra "hydra" t)
;; To learn how this experimental feature works, load this file and
;; run its tutorial - i.e., execute these two sexps:
;;   (require 'eev-hydras)
;;   (find-eev-index-edit-intro)
;; This code will probably change a LOT in the next months.
;; Update: I recorded a video, it's here:
;;  (find-eevvideo-links "hydraei" "2021-05-20_hydra_ei")

> Do you always have one to one relationship between the anchor with and
> without dot?

No. =)
  [[]], E.

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