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[elpa] master 744aeaa 1/3: Delete 2 files not needed for elpa.

From: Thierry Volpiatto
Subject: [elpa] master 744aeaa 1/3: Delete 2 files not needed for elpa.
Date: Thu, 19 May 2016 06:11:52 +0000 (UTC)

branch: master
commit 744aeaaff9c0bc0732ceee98623d6d1a932bc604
Author: Thierry Volpiatto <address@hidden>
Commit: Thierry Volpiatto <address@hidden>

    Delete 2 files not needed for elpa.
 README.md    |  149 ----------------------------------------------------------
 async-pkg.el |    2 -
 2 files changed, 151 deletions(-)

diff --git a/README.md b/README.md
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-<p><a href="http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0.txt";><img 
src="https://img.shields.io/badge/license-GPL_3-green.svg"; alt="License GPL 3" 
-<a href="http://melpa.org/#/async";><img 
src="http://melpa.org/packages/async-badge.svg"; alt="MELPA" title="" /></a>
-<a href="http://stable.melpa.org/#/async";><img 
src="http://stable.melpa.org/packages/async-badge.svg"; alt="MELPA Stable" 
title="" /></a></p>
-# emacs-async
-`async.el` is a module for doing asynchronous processing in Emacs.
-# Install
-## Install dired-async
-Add to your `.emacs.el`:
-    (autoload 'dired-async-mode "dired-async.el" nil t)
-    (dired-async-mode 1)
-This will allow you to run  asynchronously
-the dired commands for copying, renaming and symlinking.
-If you are a [helm](https://github.com/emacs-helm/helm) user, this will allow 
-to copy, rename etc... asynchronously from 
-Note that with [helm](https://github.com/emacs-helm/helm)
-you can disable this by running the copy, rename etc... commands with a prefix 
-If you don't want to make dired/helm asynchronous disable it with 
-### Debian and Ubuntu
-Users of Debian 9 or later or Ubuntu 16.04 or later may simply `apt-get 
install elpa-async`.
-## Enable asynchronous compilation of your (M)elpa packages
-By default emacs package.el compile packages in its running emacs session.
-This is not a problem when installing a new package (which is not actually 
loaded in current emacs)
-but it may create errors and bad compilation when upgrading a package (old 
version of package is already loaded
-and running in current emacs).
-You can remedy to this by allowing async to compile your packages 
-(helm and magit actually do this by default,
-so if you are using these packages they will compile asynchronously)
-to do this, add to your init file:
-    (async-bytecomp-package-mode 1)
-You can control which packages will compile async with 
-Set it to `'(all)` to be sure you will compile all packages asynchronously.
-# Usage
-The interface is intended to be very easy to use:
-## async-start
-    async-start START-FUNC FINISH-FUNC
-Execute START-FUNC (often a lambda) in a subordinate Emacs process.  When
-done, the return value is passed to FINISH-FUNC.  Example:
-    (async-start
-       ;; What to do in the child process
-       (lambda ()
-         (message "This is a test")
-         (sleep-for 3)
-         222)
-       ;; What to do when it finishes
-       (lambda (result)
-         (message "Async process done, result should be 222: %s" result)))
-If FINISH-FUNC is `nil` or missing, a future is returned that can be inspected
-using `async-get`, blocking until the value is ready.  Example:
-    (let ((proc (async-start
-                   ;; What to do in the child process
-                   (lambda ()
-                     (message "This is a test")
-                     (sleep-for 3)
-                     222))))
-        (message "I'm going to do some work here") ;; ....
-        (message "Waiting on async process, result should be 222: %s"
-                 (async-get proc)))
-If you don't want to use a callback, and you don't care about any return value
-from the child process, pass the `'ignore` symbol as the second argument (if
-you don't, and never call `async-get`, it will leave ``*emacs*`` process 
-hanging around):
-    (async-start
-     (lambda ()
-       (delete-file "a remote file on a slow link" nil))
-     'ignore)
-Note: Even when FINISH-FUNC is present, a future is still returned except that
-it yields no value (since the value is passed to FINISH-FUNC).  Calling
-`async-get` on such a future always returns `nil`.  It can still be useful,
-however, as an argument to `async-ready` or `async-wait`.
-## async-start-process
-    async-start-process NAME PROGRAM FINISH-FUNC &rest PROGRAM-ARGS
-Start the executable PROGRAM asynchronously.  See `async-start`.  PROGRAM is
-passed PROGRAM-ARGS, calling FINISH-FUNC with the process object when done.
-If FINISH-FUNC is `nil`, the future object will return the process object when
-the program is finished.  Set DEFAULT-DIRECTORY to change PROGRAM's current
-working directory.
-## async-get
-    async-get FUTURE
-Get the value from an asynchronously called function when it is ready.  FUTURE 
-returned by `async-start` or `async-start-process` when its FINISH-FUNC is
-## async-ready
-    async-ready FUTURE
-Query a FUTURE to see if its function's value is ready -- i.e., if no blocking
-would result from a call to `async-get` on that FUTURE.
-## async-wait
-    async-wait FUTURE
-Wait for FUTURE to become ready.
-## async-inject-variables
-    async-inject-variables INCLUDE-REGEXP &optional PREDICATE EXCLUDE-REGEXP
-Return a `setq` form that replicates part of the calling environment.  It sets
-the value for every variable matching INCLUDE-REGEXP and also PREDICATE.  It
-will not perform injection for any variable matching EXCLUDE-REGEXP (if
-present).  It is intended to be used as follows:
-    (async-start
-       `(lambda ()
-          (require 'smtpmail)
-          (with-temp-buffer
-            (insert ,(buffer-substring-no-properties (point-min) (point-max)))
-            ;; Pass in the variable environment for smtpmail
-            ,(async-inject-variables "\\`\\(smtpmail\\|\\(user-\\)?mail\\)-")
-            (smtpmail-send-it)))
-       'ignore)
diff --git a/async-pkg.el b/async-pkg.el
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-;; Generated package description from async.el
-(define-package "async" "1.9" "Asynchronous processing in Emacs" 'nil :url 
"http://elpa.gnu.org/packages/async.html"; :keywords '("async"))

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