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;;; hydra-autoloads.el --- automatically extracted autoloads
;;; Code:
(add-to-list 'load-path (directory-file-name
(or (file-name-directory #$) (car load-path))))
;;;### (autoloads nil "hydra" "hydra.el" (0 0 0 0))
;;; Generated autoloads from hydra.el
(autoload 'defhydra "hydra" "\
Create a Hydra - a family of functions with prefix NAME.
NAME should be a symbol, it will be the prefix of all functions
defined here.
BODY has the format:
DOCSTRING will be displayed in the echo area to identify the
Hydra. When DOCSTRING starts with a newline, special Ruby-style
substitution will be performed by `hydra--format'.
Functions are created on basis of HEADS, each of which has the
(KEY CMD &optional HINT &rest PLIST)
BODY-MAP is a keymap; `global-map' is used quite often. Each
function generated from HEADS will be bound in BODY-MAP to
BODY-KEY + KEY (both are strings passed to `kbd'), and will set
the transient map so that all following heads can be called
though KEY only. BODY-KEY can be an empty string.
CMD is a callable expression: either an interactive function
name, or an interactive lambda, or a single sexp (it will be
wrapped in an interactive lambda).
HINT is a short string that identifies its head. It will be
printed beside KEY in the echo erea if `hydra-is-helpful' is not
nil. If you don't even want the KEY to be printed, set HINT
explicitly to nil.
The heads inherit their PLIST from BODY-PLIST and are allowed to
override some keys. The keys recognized are :exit, :bind, and :column.
:exit can be:
- nil (default): this head will continue the Hydra state.
- t: this head will stop the Hydra state.
:bind can be:
- nil: this head will not be bound in BODY-MAP.
- a lambda taking KEY and CMD used to bind a head.
:column is a string that sets the column for all subsequent heads.
It is possible to omit both BODY-MAP and BODY-KEY if you don't
want to bind anything. In that case, typically you will bind the
generated NAME/body command. This command is also the return
result of `defhydra'.
\(fn NAME BODY &optional DOCSTRING &rest HEADS)" nil t)
(function-put 'defhydra 'lisp-indent-function 'defun)
(function-put 'defhydra 'doc-string-elt '3)
(if (fboundp 'register-definition-prefixes) (register-definition-prefixes "hydra" '("hydra-" "defhydra")))
;;;### (autoloads nil "hydra-examples" "hydra-examples.el" (0 0 0
;;;;;; 0))
;;; Generated autoloads from hydra-examples.el
(if (fboundp 'register-definition-prefixes) (register-definition-prefixes "hydra-examples" '("hydra-" "org-agenda-cts" "whitespace-mode")))
;;;### (autoloads nil "hydra-ox" "hydra-ox.el" (0 0 0 0))
;;; Generated autoloads from hydra-ox.el
(if (fboundp 'register-definition-prefixes) (register-definition-prefixes "hydra-ox" '("hydra-ox")))
;;;### (autoloads nil "lv" "lv.el" (0 0 0 0))
;;; Generated autoloads from lv.el
(if (fboundp 'register-definition-prefixes) (register-definition-prefixes "lv" '("lv-")))
;;;### (autoloads nil nil ("hydra-pkg.el") (0 0 0 0))
;; Local Variables:
;; version-control: never
;; no-byte-compile: t
;; no-update-autoloads: t
;; coding: utf-8
;; End:
;;; hydra-autoloads.el ends here