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[elpa] master 4823f53 55/62: Added section for a basic setup

From: Ian Dunn
Subject: [elpa] master 4823f53 55/62: Added section for a basic setup
Date: Sat, 9 Dec 2017 14:34:06 -0500 (EST)

branch: master
commit 4823f532473cde2f1b8f83efdfad5857c6eecb9a
Author: Ian Dunn <address@hidden>
Commit: Ian Dunn <address@hidden>

    Added section for a basic setup
    * paced.el (Basic Setup): New section
      (Selective Dictionaries): Mention using `t' as a key.
 paced.org | 19 ++++++++++++++++++-
 1 file changed, 18 insertions(+), 1 deletion(-)

diff --git a/paced.org b/paced.org
index 218f5fc..b34f179 100644
--- a/paced.org
+++ b/paced.org
@@ -112,6 +112,21 @@ After that, add the following to your init file (typically 
 (add-to-list 'load-path "/full/path/to/paced/")
 (require 'paced)
+** Basic Setup
+:DESCRIPTION: The simplest setup
+Paced needn't have a lot of setup to run.  In fact, the simplest setup is as
+1. Create a new dictionary, "Default" (See [[dictionary_creation][Creating a 
+2. Set paced-global-dict-enable-alist to ~((t . "Default"))~ (See 
[[selective_dictionaries][Selective Dictionaries]])
+3. Run ~M-x global-paced-mode~
+4. To add a file to the dictionary, use ~M-x 
+This will create a default dictionary and populate it from buffers you specify.
 * Dictionaries
 :DESCRIPTION: Paced's bread and butter
@@ -119,6 +134,7 @@ After that, add the following to your init file (typically 
 ** Creating a Dictionary
 :DESCRIPTION: First steps
+:CUSTOM_ID: dictionary_creation
 Now that you've got paced installed, it's time to create a new dictionary.
@@ -154,6 +170,7 @@ documented in the edit buffer.
 ** Selective Dictionaries
 :DESCRIPTION: Enabling certain dictionaries under certain conditions
+:CUSTOM_ID: selective_dictionaries
 Paced provides a mechanism called the "enable list", that allows a user to
@@ -169,7 +186,7 @@ The conditions are one of the following:
   dictionary should be active in any mode derived from that mode.
 - A symbol, in which case the named dictionary is active whenever the value of
-  that symbol is non-nil.
+  that symbol is non-nil.  This includes the symbol ~t~.
 - A function symbol, in which case the function is called with no arguments to
   determine if the given dictionary should be enabled.  If the function returns

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