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NOTE: I HAVE "ABANDONED" THIS SOFTWARE. I AM NO LONGER AN EMACS USER, SO THIS IS NO LONGER USEFUL TO ME. THAT SAID, IF ANY ONE WANTS TO OFFICIALLY TAKE OVER THE PROJECT, EMAIL ME hurley AT <my github username> DOT org AND WE WILL GET THINGS SET UP. THAT SAID, HERE'S THE ORIGINAL README ========================================================================== ABOUT Are you tired of using the endless keystrokes of 'C-y M-y M-y M-y ...' to get at that bit of text you killed thirty-seven kills ago? Ever wish you could just look through everything you've killed recently to find out if you killed that piece of text that you think you killed, but you're not quite sure? If so, then browse-kill-ring.el is the emacs extension for you. Originally written by Colin Walters (Debian Developer, Emacs hacker, SELinux hacker, and general Free Software Guru Extrordinaire), I am the new maintainer of browse-kill-ring.el. INSTALLATION Installation is simple. First, put browse-kill-ring.el somewhere in your emacs 'load-path'. Next, add the form (require 'browse-kill-ring) to your ~/.emacs file. Optionally, you can make it so all you need to do is type M-y to use browse-kill-ring by adding the form (browse-kill-ring-default-keybindings) to your ~/.emacs, or another key of your choice by using the form (global-set-key (kbd "key combination") 'browse-kill-ring). Simple, no?