Display mode line indicator with notmuch-count output
This document contains the release notes for each tagged commit on the project's main git repository: https://git.sr.ht/~protesilaos/notmuch-indicator.
The newest release is at the top. For further details, please consult the manual: https://protesilaos.com/emacs/notmuch-indicator.
1.1.0 on 2023-10-14
The indicator now works over TRAMP
In previous versions, the counters of the
would be omitted from the mode line if the refresh would happen while
the user was browsing a remote file system with TRAMP. They would be
restored once the user would switch to a local buffer. This was done
as a precaution, as I had not yet developed a mechanism to retrieve
the data relative to the local user.
Counters are now always on display and are pointing to the local
user's configuration. The package furnishes two new users options,
which make this possible: the
Their respective value is set at the time the
feature is loaded (such as with
Advanced users may wish to display different indicators depending on the TRAMP environment. In principle, this is done by setting the aforementioned options to the appropriate values. If anyone has such a use-case, please contact me as I am eager to make the package more flexible.
The mouse hover of counters has a better style
One of the nice features of the
notmuch-indicator-mode counters on
the mode line is that they are clickable: a mouse click produces a
notmuch.el buffer with the same search terms as those that populate
Before, the face used to indicate the mouse hover state was the
highlight which can differ from the
(depending on the theme). We now use the latter to make sure that the
styling is consistent.
- The documentation of
notmuch-indicatoris now available on my website as well as an Info manual together with the GNU ELPA package. On my website: https://protesilaos.com/emacs/notmuch-indicator.
I did not keep a
CHANGELOG.orgfor this package, though I am doing it from now on. This file's corresponding web page is this one: https://protesilaos.com/emacs/notmuch-indicator-changelog.
At any rate, I always publish release notes on my coding-related blog. The previous publications from oldest to newest: