One of those monumental days ........

Sacha Chua sacha-ctE++fEYmiYdc6zLPptBHg at
Thu Nov 10 05:30:59 UTC 2005

Ian Zimmerman <nobrowser-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w at> writes:

> But the best way to read info files is from Emacs: you get the info
> bindings by default, but as it is Emacs you can also change them to
> anything you like.  And in Emacs, you can actually do a search across

... and with Planner you can easily create tasks and notes that are
hyperlinked to info pages (and a whole lot of otherthings), which I
find pretty handy. <grin>

Info is fine. I write info docs for Planner. They're certainly a lot
more useful than manpages, and they're easier to bring up than stuff
buried under /usr/share/doc.

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