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Re: Check/find/locate the customized function/command of a specific proj
Re: Check/find/locate the customized function/command of a specific project in Emacs conveniently/quickly/efficiently.
Mon, 05 Jul 2021 23:32:54 +0200
Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/27.2 (darwin)
Hongyi Zhao <email@example.com> writes:
>> It seems like use-package! is a macro defined by Doom Emacs, so you can
>> do C-h f use-package! RET to read its documentation. Similarly,
>> +latex-symbols-company-backend seems like a Lisp variable added by Doom
>> Emacs, so you can get help by doing C-h v +latex-symbols-company-backend
>> Alternatively, you can type C-h o (describe-symbol) to get documentation
>> about any symbol (variable, function, etc.).
> To use the above method, I must have installed Doom Emacs, but that's
> not the case on my side - I just want to inspect Doom Emacs'
> configurations source code for learning some mechanisms developed by
In that case, as the ELisp code is not part of the environment, you
could try any of the following features:
- Create a TAGS file for the files in the Doom project. Read (info
"(emacs) Tags Tables") for more information.
- M-x grep or M-x rgrep to use grep or a similar tool to search for
a regular expression.
- If you want something a bit more sophisticated that understands ELisp
better, you could try the ELPA package el-search