Multi-project simplifies working with different projects in Emacs by providing support for creating, deleting, and searching with projects. Multi-project
supports interactively finding a file within a project by using a TAGS file.
|Autor||Shawn Ellis <shawn.ellis17@gmai...>|
Updated the documentation to explain how to create a new project.
|@@ -5,14 +5,22 @@|
|5||5||Multi-project supports interactively finding a file within a project or|
|6||6||automatically switching the TAGS file for symbol lookup.|
|8||-To use multi-project just add the following lines within your|
|8||+Add the lines below in your .emacs file to use multi-project:|
|15||+## Creating a New Project ##|
|17||+1. Type C-x pn to create a new project.|
|18||+2. Provide the name of the project, project directory, and the initial cursor position within the project. For example, a src directory could be used for the initial cursor position.|
|19||+3. C-x pj to jump to the new created project.|
|16||21||## Switching Projects ##|
|23||+The image below shows the selection of a project from the project window and|
|24||+then using the multi-project find-file to filter the project files.|