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This is an interface using w3m with Qt API documents. Prerequisites: To use qtref.el, you need to have w3m installed in your system. Also you need to get Qt API documentation and have it placed in your system. Installation: Just place qtref.el (this file) anywhere on your load path, and add the following to your emacs setting file: (require 'qtref) The first time qtref is called, it asks you in minibuffer about the root directory in which your Qt documentation resides. So please specify that diretory. In most Linux-like systems, it's probably /usr/share/qt4/doc/html or something like that. Alternatively, you could specify the root directory in your emacs setting file. Example: (require 'qtref) (setq qtref-docroot "/usr/share/qt4/doc/html") Choosing default behavior: Custom variable `qtref-default-behavior' determines the default searching behavior if you just hit Enter when asked in the minibuffer about which of class or function to search for. The default value is class, so if you want it to search for functions in the default mode, set this variable. Example: (setq qtref-default-behavior 'function) Usage scenario: M-x qtref [RET] [c]lass or [f]unction: f ; searching for function doc Function: addToolBars [RET] Another case: M-x qtref [RET] [c]lass or [f]unction: c ; searching for class doc Class: QWidget [RET] Finally, binding qtref to some key, for example \C-c\C-q, is a good idea, I think. I hope this will help. Thanks.