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explain-pause-mode

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v0.2 is the current development release. See vNext for more details on what's coming next.

How to use

explain-pause-mode is very lightweight; you can leave it running all the time. Turn it on after requiring it:

(explain-pause-mode)

explain-pause-top shows a top-like view of the things Emacs has been doing:

Installing

There are 2 ways right now to install. (Melpa coming soon!)

Straight.el

If you are using straight.el, then you can use a normal receipe to install:

(straight-use-package
 '(explain-pause-mode :type git :host github :repo "lastquestion/explain-pause-mode"))
(explain-pause-mode)

You might be using use-package with straight.el, then you can install and enable at the same time:

(use-package explain-pause-mode
  :straight (explain-pause-mode :type git :host github :repo "lastquestion/explain-pause-mode")
  :config
  (explain-pause-mode))

From sources

If you are interested in contributing, you might want to directly install from sources. Just git clone and then make install. make install will bytecompile and install the sources to a path you specify, which should be on your emacs load path. It is important to bytecompile and optimize explain-pause-mode for normal use, as the package hooks into many operations that happen on every command or keypress.

vNext

v0.3 major features roadmap:

Contribute

Feel free to take a look at the issues board, development is tracked openly on it and the the project board.

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