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-*- Text -*- This is the README file for Emacs Muse. The terms "Emacs Muse", "Emacs-Muse", and "Muse" are used interchangeably throughout this document to refer to this software. Synopsis ======== Emacs Muse is an authoring and publishing environment for Emacs. It simplifies the process of writings documents and publishing them to various output formats. Emacs Muse consists of two main parts: an enhanced text-mode for authoring documents and navigating within Muse projects, and a set of publishing styles for generating different kinds of output. Directory contents ================== The directory structure is as follows. etc :: Miscellaneous files like the emacs-wiki migration guide, the list of ideas for the future, and a RelaxNG schema for Muse XML. contrib :: Files that are not a part of Muse proper, but are useful enough to be bundled with Muse. examples :: Example configuration files for use with Muse, a publishable quickstart guide, and miscellaneous helper stuff. experimental :: Source code that is not yet considered stable. lisp :: Muse source code. scripts :: Scripts that are used when compiling Muse and publishing the QuickStart document; they might prove useful if you want to automate the building of Muse documents. texi :: The manual (muse.texi) and any supplemental sections. Getting started =============== Prerequisites ------------- You need either Emacs (21.1 or greater), XEmacs (21.4 or greater), or SXEmacs (warning: Muse has not been tested with SXEmacs). The current maintainer recommends using Emacs. Compilation ----------- This is an optional step, since Emacs Lisp source code does not necessarily have to be byte-compiled. It may yield a slight speed increase, however. A working copy of Emacs or XEmacs is needed in order to compile the Emacs Muse. By default, the program that is installed with the name `emacs' will be used. If you want to use the `xemacs' binary to perform the compilation, you must copy `Makefile.defs.default' to `Makefile.defs' in the top-level directory, and then edit `Makefile.defs' as follows. You can put either a full path to an Emacs or XEmacs binary or just the command name, as long as it is in the PATH. EMACS = xemacs SITEFLAG = -no-site-file # Edit the section as necessary install_info = install-info --section "XEmacs 21.4" $(1).info \ $(INFODIR)/dir || : Running `make' in the top-level directory should compile the Muse source files in the `lisp' directory, and generate an autoloads file in `lisp/muse-autoloads.el'. Installation ------------ Muse may be installed into your file hierarchy by doing the following. Copy `Makefile.defs.default' to `Makefile.defs' in the top-level directory, if you haven't done so already. Then edit the `Makefile.defs' file so that ELISPDIR points to where you want the source and compiled Muse files to be installed and INFODIR indicates where to put the Muse manual. You may use a combination of DESTDIR and PREFIX to further determine where the installed files should be placed. As mentioned earlier, you will want to edit EMACS and SITEFLAG as shown in the Compilation section if you are using XEmacs. If you are installing Muse on a Debian or Ubuntu system, you might want to change the value of INSTALLINFO as specified in `Makefile.defs'. If you wish to install Muse to different locations than the defaults specify, edit `Makefile.defs' accordingly. Run `make' as a normal user, if you haven't done so already. Run `make install' as the root user if you have chosen installation locations that require this. Insinuation ----------- Two things need to happen in order for Muse to be usable with your version of Emacs or XEmacs. 1. The location of the Muse directory needs to be added to the load path so that your variant of Emacs can find it. 2. You need to load whichever Muse files you wish to make use of. A quick example that accomplishes both of these follows. ;; Add this to your .emacs or .xemacs/init.el file. (setq load-path (add-to-list 'load-path "/path/to/muse")) (require 'muse-mode) (require 'muse-publish) (require 'muse-html) ;; and so on Documentation ------------- The Muse manual may be generated by running `make doc'. It will produce two files: an Info file called `muse.info' and an HTML document called `muse.html'. Both of these will be created in the `texi' directory. This manual is also available online in several forms. - PDF: http://mwolson.org/static/doc/muse.pdf - HTML (single file): http://mwolson.org/static/doc/muse.html - HTML (multiple files): http://mwolson.org/static/doc/muse/ QuickStart ---------- Type "make examples" to generate a quickstart guide for Muse. An HTML document called QuickStart.html, an Info document called QuickStart.info, and a PDF file called QuickStart.pdf will be created in the `examples' directory. If you do not have a working LaTeX installation with the proper fonts, the PDF file will not be successfully generated. To see the document that is interpreted in order to generate these files, take a look at `examples/QuickStart.muse'. To view the generated Info document from within Emacs, try the following. C-u M-x info RET /path/to/muse/examples/QuickStart.info RET Further Documentation ===================== Please consult http://www.emacswiki.org/cgi-bin/wiki/EmacsMuse to find more information on bugs, unimplemented features, and user-contributed tweaks. The current maintainer's webpage for Muse is at http://mwolson.org/projects/EmacsMuse.html. If you wish to participate in the development of Muse, or track the latest development changes, please read the `Development' section of the Muse manual (in the `Obtaining Muse' chapter) for instructions. Mailing Lists ============= Mailing lists for Muse exist. muse-el-announce :: Low-traffic list for Muse-related announcements. You can join this mailing list (email@example.com) using the subscription form at http://mail.gna.org/listinfo/muse-el-announce/. This mailing list is also available via Gmane (http://gmane.org/). The group is called gmane.emacs.muse.announce. muse-el-discuss :: Discussion, bugfixes, suggestions, tips, and the like for Muse. This mailing list also includes the content of muse-el-announce. You can join this mailing list (firstname.lastname@example.org) using the subscription form at http://mail.gna.org/listinfo/muse-el-discuss/. This mailing list is also available via Gmane with the identifier gmane.emacs.muse.general. muse-el-logs :: Log messages for commits made to Muse. You can join this mailing list (email@example.com) using the subscription form at http://mail.gna.org/listinfo/muse-el-logs/. This mailing list is also available via Gmane with the identifier gmane.emacs.muse.scm. muse-el-commits :: Generated bug reports for Emacs Muse. If you use our bug-tracker at https://gna.org/bugs/?group=muse-el, the bug reports will be sent to this list automatically. You can join this mailing list (firstname.lastname@example.org) using the subscription form at http://mail.gna.org/listinfo/muse-el-commits/. This mailing list is also available via Gmane with the identifier gmane.emacs.muse.cvs. License ======= Emacs Muse is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 3, or (at your option) any later version. Emacs Muse is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details. You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with Emacs Muse; see the file COPYING. If not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301, USA. The Muse manual is available under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.2 or any later version published by the Free Software Foundation; with no Invariant Sections, and with the Front-Cover texts and Back-Cover Texts as specified in the manual. A copy of the license is included in the section entitled "GNU Free Documentation License" in the Muse manual. All Emacs Lisp code contained in the manual may be used, distributed, and modified without restriction. The PNG images included in the examples/ directory may be used, distributed, and modified without restriction. The contents of the contrib/blosxom and contrib/pyblosxom directories are available under the terms of other licenses. Please consult the header of each file for the appropriate license text.