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Re: Helo for defun/macro arguments list in minibuffer when in org-babel
Re: Helo for defun/macro arguments list in minibuffer when in org-babel src blocks?
Sun, 25 Jul 2021 10:05:05 +1000
mu4e 1.5.14; emacs 28.0.50
when you are editing source blocks are you using org-edit-special,
bound to C-c ') or are you just editing the source blocks directly
The functionality you are referring to sounds like eldoc minor
If you open a dedicated buffer to edit a file in the same language
source blocks, do you see the behaviour you want. For example,
open a file
called test.el and edit some Emacs lisp. If you don't see the
after, you need to configure emacs-lisp-mode to load eldoc mode.
Try typing M-x
eldoc-mode <ret> and see if you then get the behaviour your after.
If you do,
then read up on eldoc-mode and how to enable it.
The environment you get with a dedicated buffer and that you get
org-edit-special should be roughly the same. So the trick is to
working how you like them using a dedicated *.el buffer and then
org-edit-special whenever you need to edit source blocks. There is
good reason to use org-edit-special - there are some situations
where org needs
to add some special escaping characters in source blocks to enable
things to be
parsed correctly. Using org-edit-special ensures this occurs when
Editing the source blocks directly does not.
Arthur Miller <email@example.com> writes:
I have been doing quite some programming with elisp in org mode,
thing I am missing is this help that Emacs shows in minibuffer
functions and macros. You can see the example in the attached
am not sure what I have to enable (or disable? :)) to get it to
babel src blocks? Or is it even possible?
Some few days ago I stumbled on a blog post by J. Kitchin about
orignal mode maps in src block:
That was another thing I was missing, and that one work really
Thank yuu John!
Can that hack be used to enable this help to pup up in
well. I am not familiar what causes that lookup, but I see it
even when Emacs is started with -Q option, so it is something
and enabled by default, probably in elisp-mode itself.
Last thing I miss is company doing it's thing. I can complete by
pressing TAB, but I would still like it to happen automatically.
just me being noob and not enabling something, or is it bit more
coplicated than so?
Sorry for the long writing, but basically what I ask is, can we
of usualy elisp stuff hanpening in babel src blocks?
/For gor sake stop laughing, this is serious!/