Now with an Android App!
The app is free, and available here. As you'll notice, it requires no permissions at all, so you should feel safe to use it.
What is this?
This is not a copy of the Emacs manual, or the elisp reference.
This is a list of all functions, variables and faces defined in
the latest Emacs version, with links to their respective
built-in documentations. This documentation is the one you
Wait, so everything in here is already inside Emacs?
Yes, the information contained here is easily accessible from inside Emacs. In fact, it is generated directly from the latest stable version of Emacs.
Then what's the point?
The point is that this information wasn't available anywhere online. Many functions are documented in the elisp reference, and others are explained in the Emacs manual, but most weren't described anywhere at all.
By making it available here you can easily link to it from your geeky Emacs blog (see lunarsite, for instance).
I frequently missed having this information at hand, because even when I'm away from the computer I'm usualy thinking about Emacs (obsessive, I know). That's why I decided to make it available somewhere outside Emacs.
Can I borrow this from you?
The information contained here is not mine, being a part of Emacs it is available under the GPL License. I didn't write these documentations, I simply generate the HTML pages and maintain this website.
If you want to use the HTML files for something, download links are below, but please reference where you got them.
I found a missing/buggy/outdated page, how do I help?
Thanks a lot for the help. Just open an issue here on github.