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Added more info into readme, and provided the package

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theodorewiles committed Sep 21, 2012
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  1. +15 −1 README.md
  2. +2 −5 org-latitude.el
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@@ -10,4 +10,18 @@ todo-items tagged with that location.
Requires curl to scrape the data.
-This is my first-ever elisp project, so don't expect anything special.
+This is my first-ever elisp project, so don't expect anything special.
+
+To figure out your google user id, go to:
+https://latitude.google.com/latitude/b/0/apps/. The userid will be the third
+line, after user=
+
+To use org-latitude, add the .el file to your load path and put something
+like the following in your .emacs:
+
+(require 'org-latitude)
+(setq lat/userid "---Insert USERID here---")
+(setq lat/email "---Insert where you want the notification emails sent----")
+(setq lat/matchingTODO "TODO")
+
+To add more locations to be searched for, change lat/storedlocations variable.
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@@ -17,7 +17,7 @@
)
(defvar lat/storedlocations '(("home" . [38.007 -122.273])
- ("work" . [37.498 -122.376])
+ ("work" . [37.498 -122.376]))
"This variable holds the coordinates of your stored locations"
)
@@ -163,7 +163,4 @@
(cancel-timer lat/timer))
(setq lat/timer nil))
-;; (setq lat/current-location [0 0])
-;; (lat/timer-run-once)
-;; (lat/timer-start)
-;; (lat/timer-stop)
+(provide 'org-latitude)

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