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Re: Learning EEV

From: Eduardo Ochs
Subject: Re: Learning EEV
Date: Tue, 28 Jun 2022 22:57:44 -0300

On Tue, 28 Jun 2022 at 16:26, Tomas Hlavaty <> wrote:
> For example, a lot of things are redundant:
>    (find-man "find")
>    vs
>    (man "find")

Hi Tomas,

for me `find-man' is "good" is `man' is "bad", because of these

  2) calls to them can be "refined" with a pos-spec (this will
     be discussed below),

  3) they open the new buffer in the current window (to make it
     easier to "go back" after following them - see the next

  4) they don't display much output in the echo area,

that are from this bigger list here:

  (find-eval-intro "4. Elisp hyperlinks")

This is an example of a find-man with a refinement/pos-spec:

  (find-man "1 find" "\nEXAMPLES\n")

  [[]], E.

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