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Revision as of 07:09, 10 April 2012


Usage

This template is used for adding a Emacs Packages to the wiki and formating a nice bit of boiler plate and auto-categorisation. Parameters include:

  • name - Name of package
  • description - One line description
  • author - Author Name
  • maintainer - The maintainer
  • source - Where the source code lives
  • (optional) in_emacs - When the package was included in emacs


edit-server.el
Description Provide an edit server for Chrom(ium) browser extensions
Author Alex Bennée
Maintainer Alex Bennée
Source https://github.com/stsquad/emacs_chrome/blob/master/servers/edit-server.el

By using this template to declare a package you automatically include the page in the Emacs Package category

The sample box shown here is defined using:

{{Package
|name=edit-server.el
|description=Provide an edit server for Chrom(ium) browser extensions
|author=Alex Bennée
|maintainer=Alex Bennée
|source=https://github.com/stsquad/emacs_chrome/blob/master/servers/edit-server.el
}}