Some markers for the work at hand

As a challange to myself on my journey of learning elisp, I implemented something that I have not found so far. A way to quickly set some markers (called bookmarks in some editors) in a buffer or two. Probably temporary for the work at hand. Does not need to persist between emacs sessions.

Emacs bookmarks and registers are excellent and featureful things for saving locations to jump back to. Sometimes you just want to jump around in the current buffer. For that, not many features are required.



Get the lisp for this at Lisp:spin-markers.el. Put it in a location that is also in your LoadPath. See the simple configuration required in the commentary. Find some really quick key-bindings for the two functions necessary.