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Copying and distribution of this file, with or without modification, are permitted in any medium without royalty provided the copyright notice and this notice are preserved. gpicker support for function documentation ------------------------------------------------- Erlang documentation is quite inconvenient to use. So I decided to use gpicker for quick browsing of available modules/functions and navigation to their corresponding html documentation. I've recently extended this code to ri (ruby 1.8 only), man and devhelp documentation. You will need recent gpicker (at least 2.0.0). From http://savannah.nongnu.org/projects/gpicker. Building from sources at http://git.savannah.gnu.org/cgit/gpicker.git or http://github.com/alk/gpicker is possible too. You will also need 'cdb' tool from tinycdb package. You'll need to pre-process documentation. Adjust Makefile and run make. Note that erlang documentation indexer relies on structure of html pages of function's documentation, so it may fail for older or newer versions of Erlang. Patches are welcome. Run 'make install' to install supermegadoc into /usr/local/bin. It is now usable as a standalone program. But there's also a Emacs integration. Place supermegadoc.el in a place where emacs will find it and arrange it's loading. My .emacs has following lines: (autoload 'supermegadoc-erlang "supermegadoc" nil t) (autoload 'supermegadoc-ri "supermegadoc" nil t) (autoload 'supermegadoc-devhelp "supermegadoc" nil t) (autoload 'superwoman "supermegadoc" nil t) (autoload 'supergo "supermegadoc" nil t) (add-hook 'erlang-mode-hook #'(lambda () (local-set-key (kbd "s-q") 'supermegadoc-erlang))) (add-hook 'go-mode-hook (lambda () (local-set-key (kbd "s-q") 'supergo))) This arranges autoload of supermegadoc and binds supermegadoc-erlang Super-q. Super is 'a button with flag' on most keyboards and Command on mac's. NOTE: Current supermegadoc.el also relies on w3m for displaying of html. Change *erdoc-browse-url-function* to browse-url to use default browser.