Commit 3f724e9a authored by Dave Love's avatar Dave Love
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(Emulation): Mention TPU.

(Hyperlinking): New.
parent ba075df5
......@@ -1842,7 +1842,7 @@ new major mode which provides a command to switch back. These
approaches give you more flexibility to go back to unfinished tasks in
the order you choose.
@node Emulation, Dissociated Press, Recursive Edit, Top
@node Emulation, Hyperlinking, Recursive Edit, Top
@section Emulation
@cindex emulating other editors
@cindex other editors
......@@ -1915,6 +1915,11 @@ and @kbd{S-insert} respectively.
The @code{s-region} package provides similar, but less complete,
facilities.
@item TPU (DEC VMS editor)
@findex tpu-edt-on
@cindex TPU
@kbd{M-x tpu-edt-on} turns on emulation of the TPU editor emulating EDT.
@item vi (Berkeley editor)
@findex viper-mode
Viper is the newest emulator for vi. It implements several levels of
......@@ -1959,7 +1964,123 @@ not use it.
keybindings.
@end table
@node Dissociated Press, Amusements, Emulation, Top
@node Hyperlinking, Dissociated Press, Emulation, Top
@section Hyperlinking and Navigation Features
@cindex hyperlinking
@cindex URLs
@cindex navigation
Various modes documented elsewhere have hypertext features whereby you
can follow links, usually with @kbd{mouse-2} or @kbd{RET} on the text of
the link. Info mode, Help mode and the Dired-like modes are examples.
The Tags facility (@pxref{Tags}) links between source files.
Other non-mode-specific facilities are available to follow links from
the current buffer in a context-sensitive fashion.
@table @asis
@item Browse-URL (follow URLs)
@cindex World Wide Web
@findex browse-url
@findex browse-url-at-point
@findex browse-url-at-mouse
@vindex browse-url-browser-function
@cindex Browse-URL
@cindex URLs
The Browse-URL package provides facilities for following URLs specifying
links on the World Wide Web. Usually this works by invoking a web
browser, but you can, for instance, invoke @code{compose-mail} from
@samp{mailto:} URLs. Packages such as Gnus may make active links from
URLs themselves. Otherwise you can use @kbd{M-x browse-url} to follow a
link, defaulting to the URL at point. Other commands are available
which you might like to bind to keys, such as @code{browse-url-at-point}
and @code{browse-url-at-mouse}.
You can customize Browse-URL's behaviour via various options in the
@samp{browse-url} Customize group, particularly
@code{browse-url-browser-function}. You can invoke actions dependent on
the type of URL by defining @code{browse-url-browser-function} as an
association list. The package's commentary available via @kbd{C-h p}
provides more information. Packages with facilities for following URLs
generally should use Browse-URL, so customizing the Browse-URL group
should be sufficient to determine how they all work.
@item Goto-address (activate URLs)
@findex goto-address
@cindex Goto-address
@cindex URLs, activating
You can arrange to activate URLs in any buffer with @kbd{M-x
goto-address}. It may be useful to add @code{goto-address} to hooks
invoked when buffers are displayed in particular modes.
@code{rmail-show-message-hook} is the appropriate hook if you use Rmail,
or @code{mh-show-mode-hook} if you use MH.
@item FFAP (find at point)
@findex ffap
@findex find-file-at-point
@findex ffap
@findex ffap-bindings
@cindex FFAP
The package @samp{ffap} provides functions for finding files and URLs at
point. Specifically, @code{find-file-at-point} (abbreviated as
@code{ffap}) can be used as as replacement for @kbd{M-x find-file}. A
set of default bindings can be set up by the function
@code{ffap-bindings}. The package's commentary available via @kbd{C-h
p} provides more information.
@item Find-func (find function and variable definitions)
@findex find-function
@findex find-function-on-key
@findex find-variable
@findex auto-compression-mode
@cindex examples of Lisp functions
@cindex Lisp examples
@cindex Find-func
@cindex Lisp definitions
@cindex definitions, locating in sources
@cindex tags
The Find-func package provides convenient facilities for finding the
definitions of Emacs Lisp functions and variables. It has a somewhat
similar function to the Tags facility (@pxref{Tags}) but uses Emacs's
introspective facilities which maintain information about loaded
libraries. In contrast to Tags, it only works for functions and
variables with definitions which are already loaded but it relates to
the code actually running and doesn't require maintaining tags files.
You need to have the Lisp source (@samp{.el}) files available on your
load path along with the compiled (@samp{.elc}) versions for this to
work. The sources may be compressed if you turn on
@samp{auto-compression-mode}.
The commands available include @kbd{M-x find-function} to find the
definition of a named function, @kbd{find-function-on-key} to find the
definition of the function bound to a key and @kbd{find-variable} to
find a variable's definition. These only work for things defined in
Lisp source files, not primitive functions or variables defined
primitively in the Emacs layer implemented in C.
Find-func is useful for finding examples of how to do things if you want
to write an Emacs Lisp extension similar to some existing function.
@item Imenu (indexing in a buffer)
The Imenu package provides navigation amongst items indexed in the current
buffer. @xref{Imenu}.
@item Info-lookup (finding documentation of items)
@cindex Info
@cindex documentation lookup
The Info-lookup package provides a major mode-sensitive facility for
looking up definitions in Info indexes. @xref{Documentation}.
@item Speedbar (navigation bar)
@findex speedbar
@cindex browser
Speedbar maintains a frame in which files, and locations in files are
displayed. @xref{Speedbar}.
@end table
@node Dissociated Press, Amusements, Hyperlinking, Top
@section Dissociated Press
@findex dissociated-press
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