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org-rich-yank

https://melpa.org/packages/org-rich-yank-badge.svg

Do you often yank source code into your org files, manually surrounding it in #+BEGIN_SRC blocks? This package will give you a new way of pasting that automatically surrounds the snippet in blocks, marked with the major mode of where the code came from, and adds a link to the source file after the block.

org-rich-yank.gif

Installation

MELPA

If you use MELPA, you can just do M-x list-packages, find org-rich-yank in the list and hit i x.

Manual

Just put org-rich-yank.el somewhere in load-path.

Usage

Manual, loading on startup:

To use, require and bind whatever keys you prefer to the interactive function:

(require 'org-rich-yank)
(define-key org-mode-map (kbd "C-M-y") #'org-rich-yank)

With use-package, enabled after org:

If you prefer use-package, the above settings would be:

(use-package org-rich-yank
  :ensure t
  :demand t
  :bind (:map org-mode-map
              ("C-M-y" . org-rich-yank)))

The :demand t in there is because we never know when the user will hit C-M-y, so we always have to store the current buffer on kills. You can remove the :demand t and have lazy/deferred loading, but then the first time you hit C-M-y after startup, you’ll get a message that you have to kill the selection again.

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