Eev.el is a simple Emacs Lisp library that lets you treat portions of a text file as shell commands, chunks of code for programming languages or as hyperlinks; its intention is to let people record into plain ASCII files their interaction with the computer, and to let them edit and play back any block of code in those files easily. The hyperlinks can point to places in manpages, Info pages and text or HTML files, and they are seen as comments by all programming languages; using them you can place pointers to all relevant online sources of information inside the code.
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Release Notes: The dependency on weird characters ("glyphs") was removed and now eev.el will work on X and on any terminal. Lots of comments and docstrings were added to the source, and there is now a tutorial.
Release Notes: Simpler installation, a way to interact with any program that takes input from stdin has been added, along with documentation improvements.
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