The library can maintain a global history list tracking URLs accessed.
URL completion can be done from it. The history mechanism is set up
url-do-setup when it is configured to be on.
Note that the size of the history list is currently not limited.
The history “list” is actually a hash table,
url-history-hash-table. It contains access times keyed by URL
strings. The times are in the format returned by
This function updates the history table with an entry for url accessed at the given time.
nil, the library will keep track of all the URLs
accessed. If it is
t, the list is saved to disk at the end of
each Emacs session. The default is
The file storing the history list between sessions. It defaults to
The number of seconds between automatic saves of the history list.
Default is one hour. Note that if you change this variable directly,
rather than using Custom, after
url-do-setup has been run, you
need to run the function
Parses the history file fname (default
and sets up the history list.
Saves the current history to file fname (default
You can use this function to do completion of URLs from the history.