EmacsMeteo is a general emacs interface to provide meteorologic data. Although it is currently in alpha status, the code feels ready for public usage. Don’t blame me if something does not work, blame the code instead .
At the moment, EmacsMeteo cannot provide a list of weather stations. Instead, you need to find them on the web (or whatever) yourself and insert an appropriate URI.
Check it out via our gnu arch archive: email@example.com at http:/arch.gna.org/emeteo/archive
tla register firstname.lastname@example.org http://arch.gna.org/emeteo/archive
tla get email@example.com/emeteo--dev--1.0
cvs -d:pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvs/emeteo co emeteo
Put in your .emacs:
and some of the frontends, for example:
M-x emeteo-modeline RET
Emeteo is intended to work as a backend. Any actual functionality visible to the user is provided by frontend modules.
Currently there are following frontend modules: