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5 Function Reference

remember.el defines the following interactive functions:

— Function: remember &optional initial

Remember an arbitrary piece of data. With a prefix, it will use the region as initial.

— Function: remember-other-frame &optional initial

Like remember, but uses a new frame.

— Function: remember-region &optional beg end

If called from within the remember buffer, beg and end are ignored, and the entire buffer will be remembered. If called from any other buffer, that region, plus any context information specific to that region, will be remembered.

— Function: remember-clipboard

Remember the contents of the current clipboard. This is most useful for remembering things from Netscape or other X Windows applications.

— Function: remember-finalize

Remember the contents of the current buffer.

— Function: remember-destroy

Destroy the current remember buffer.

— Function: remember-mode

This enters the major mode (see Major Modes) for output from remember. This buffer is used to collect data that you want remember. Just hit C-c C-c when you're done entering, and it will go ahead and file the data for latter retrieval, and possible indexing.

— Function: remember-notes &optional switch-to

This returns the notes buffer, creating it if needed, and switches to it if called interactively (or if switch-to is non-nil). The notes buffer visits remember-data-file, and is named remember-notes-buffer-name. It uses remember-notes-initial-major-mode and remember-notes-mode minor mode.

— Function: remember-notes-mode &optional arg

This is a minor mode for the notes buffer. It sets buffer-save-without-query so that save-some-buffers will save the notes buffer without asking. Use C-c C-c to run the command remember-notes-save-and-bury-buffer.

— Function: remember-notes-save-and-bury-buffer

Save (if it is modified) and bury the current buffer.