[PATCH] emacs: Add notmuch-hello.el, a friendly frontend to notmuch
cworth at cworth.org
Mon Apr 26 11:38:53 PDT 2010
carl.d.worth at intel.com
On Mon, 26 Apr 2010 19:03:35 +0100, David Edmondson <dme at dme.org> wrote:
> > What about advanced users? I really want my notmuch front page to just
> > be a particular saved search. The notmuch-hello looks neat, but I don't
> > really see myself ever using it, since I can access all the
> > functionality I need already. All I really want from a front page is
> > the main search that I look at all the time ("tag:inbox and not
> > tag:deleted"), have it *not* close if I accidentally hit 'q', and a way
> > to pop back to it from wherever I am. Could we make it configurable so
> > that the front page is either the hello page, or the special search page
> > I describe?
> (global-set-key "\C-ci" '(lambda () (interactive) (notmuch-search "tag:inbox and not tag:deleted" notmuch-search-oldest-first)))
It's really close, I think.
It doesn't add the "not close if I hit 'q'" feature, though.
And I agree that that feature is really important for using a default
search as the "primary landing page" of notmuch. I really wanted that
feature when I was using the original `notmuch' command as my primary
The idea is to allow the user to basically just keep hitting 'q' to
quickly pop back up to the primary search.
As far as "could we make it configurable?": Of course! This is emacs
after all. ;-)
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