emacs-which-key 3.4.0-1 source package in Ubuntu


emacs-which-key (3.4.0-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * New upstream version 3.4.0
  * Migrate to dh 12 without d/compat
  * Refresh patch to clean documentation
  * Add patch to fix version number
  * d/control: Declare Standards-Version 4.4.1 (no changes needed)
  * d/control: Drop emacs25 from Enhances
  * d/copyright: Bump copyright years

 -- Lev Lamberov <email address hidden>  Mon, 20 Jan 2020 10:45:23 +0500

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Debian Emacsen team on 2020-01-20
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elpa-which-key: display available keybindings in popup

 `which-key' is a minor mode for Emacs that displays the key bindings
 following your currently entered incomplete command (a prefix) in a
 popup. For example, after enabling the minor mode if you enter C-x
 and wait for the default of 1 second the minibuffer will expand with
 all of the available key bindings that follow C-x (or as many as
 space allows given your settings). This includes prefixes like C-x 8
 which are shown in a different face.