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Mon, 22 May 2017 08:21:09 +0200
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Alex Kost wrote:
if you don't like to read "info", Emacs-Guix manual is available
html sure is better workable than the "info" format.
But then, some GNU documentation suffers from lack of ability to explain
things to folks who do NOT know it all already.
case in point:
if you expected to be told how to invoke an eshell, forget it.
That whole manual is only useful if you ALREADY know that you need to
press ALT-x eshell RETURN and the menus (where in a real editor such a
function would be available) will let you down, so don't even bother to
search eamcs menus for "eshell". So instead of reading the GNU manual on
eshell you better do what you always do: google it and often times succeed.