Summary: add tips for using tramp to open couchdb document
> If couchdb-document.el is loaded before tramp.el, `file-name-handler-alist' will then changed by tramp and Emacs will try to use tramp to load couchdb document, so it's necessary to call `couchdb-document-register-file-name-handler' after load tramp.el, a typical config will looks like below:
> (require 'tramp)
> (when (featurep 'couchdb-document)
Filename to document map:
"/couchdb:host#port:/db/docid" => document with 'docid' in data base 'db' of couchdb server 'host:port'. "/couchdb:host:/db/docid" => 'port' is optional if it is `couchdb-document-port'(default 5984). "/couchdb:/db/docid" => 'host' is also optional if it is `couchdb-document-host'(default '127.0.0.1).
Usage of couchdb-document-text
(require 'couchdb-document-text) (find-file "/couchdb:/db/aaa.txt") ;; write something, then C-x C-s
;; or (find-file "/couchdb:/db/xxx.org.gpg") ;; write something, then C-x C-s
If couchdb-document.el is loaded before tramp.el,
‘file-name-handler-alist’ will then changed by tramp and Emacs will try to use tramp to load couchdb document, so it’s necessary to call
‘couchdb-document-register-file-name-handler’ after load tramp.el, a typical config will looks like below:
(require 'tramp) (when (featurep 'couchdb-document) (couchdb-document-register-file-name-handler))
‘find-file’to open a couchdb document will cause unexpected result.
‘insert-directory’of couchdb document are not implemented, so it not works with dired.