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[elpa] master c9432e8 12/28: README.md: describe docstring

From: Oleh Krehel
Subject: [elpa] master c9432e8 12/28: README.md: describe docstring
Date: Sun, 22 Mar 2015 16:34:42 +0000

branch: master
commit c9432e848b3dde61e85e41fedac0229f71785fec
Author: Oleh Krehel <address@hidden>
Commit: Oleh Krehel <address@hidden>

    README.md: describe docstring
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diff --git a/README.md b/README.md
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--- a/README.md
+++ b/README.md
@@ -299,6 +299,28 @@ instead of `define-key` you can use this option.
 The `:bind` key can be overridden by each head. This is useful if you want to 
have a few heads that
 are not bound outside the hydra.
+### `awesome-docstring`
+This can be a simple string used to build the final hydra hint.  However, if 
you start it with a
+newline, the key-highlighting and Ruby-style string interpolation becomes 
enabled, as you can see in
+`hydra-buffer-menu` above.
+To highlight a key, just wrap it in underscores. Note that the key must belong 
to one of the heads.
+The key will be highlighted with the color that is appropriate to the behavior 
of the key, i.e.  if
+the key will make the hydra exit, the color will be blue.
+To insert an empty character, use `^`. The only use of this is to have your 
code aligned as
+nicely as the result.
+To insert a dynamic Elisp variable, use `%`&#96; followed by the variable. 
Each time the variable
+changes due to a head, the docstring will be updated. `format`-style width 
specifiers can be used.
+To insert a dynamic Elisp expression, use e.g. `%(length 
(dired-get-marked-files))`.  If a head will
+change the amount of marked files, for example, it will be appropriately 
+If the result of the Elisp expression is a string and you don't want to quote 
it, use this form:
+`%s(shell-command-to-string "du -hs")`.
 ### `awesome-head-1`
 Each head looks like this:

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