This program enables you to write annotation in Help and third-party help systems. When we do programming, we often use Emacs help system (ie. describe-function). Do you want to take a note in the Help buffer and want Emacs to show your note later? In other words, integration of Emacs help and your memo!
Annotation files are stored below ~/memo/umemo by default. Its subdirectories are categories. And their subdirectories are entry annotation files. Because annotation files are read in each case, you can generate annotation files automatically.
describe-function describe-variable slime-documentation (slime.el) slime-describe-symbol (slime.el) slime-describe-function (slime.el) ri (ri-ruby.el) lh-refe (langhelp / ReFe)
usage-memo is general-purpose: it is easy to support other help systems.
If you support other help systems, add
‘define-usage-memo’ sexps in .emacs or redefine
This looks great, new user here . Just one question: I think it would be useful, if this functionality could be extended to info pages. I have no insight into the interna of help and info, it could be very simple or just impossible. … So I just have to ask . – Memnon Anon