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You need to set the value of
zettel-directory to someplace writable
by emacs, it is set to
~/zettel/ by default. You need to include
the trailing slash.
Notes are plain text files. You can make links to other notes |that-look-like-this|. You can make tags #like-this.
Here are the commands that you'll want to bind to suit your needs:
zetteljumps you into your root zettel directory
zettel-spanking-new-notemakes a new note
zettel-browse-tagssearch for a tag (using emacs'
completing-readthen displays all notes with that tag
zettel-search-notesopens a browse buffer displaying links to notes containing a search term
zettel-browse-notes-linking-hereshows you "reverse links" to the note you are currently looking at.
zettel-jump-backjumps back to the last note you were looking at
zettel-browse-notessearch for a note by title, using emacs'
zettel-browse-notes-days-agoshows notes that were touched in the last few days, you supply the period of time. Good for reviewing your week of thought.
I have each of the above bound to suit my needs in my
In zettel mode, when looking at a zettel file, you can press Enter on any note or tag. Pressing enter on a tag will dislplay a tag browse buffer. Pressing enter on a note will jump to that note.
Tags an Note Names should autocomplete as you type them.
I have bound
zettel-prev-thing-in-buffer. Each of these will advance the cursor
to the next or previous link in the buffer, respectively.