GNU ELPA - hook-helpers

hook-helpers

Description
Anonymous, modifiable hook functions
Latest
hook-helpers-1.1.tar, 2017-Apr-27, 70.0kB
Maintainer
Ian Dunn <dunni@gnu.org>
Home page
https://savannah.nongnu.org/projects/hook-helpers-el/
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To install this package, run in Emacs:

M-x package-install RET hook-helpers RET

Full description

Often times, I see people define a function to be used once in a hook.  If
they don’t do this, then it will be an anonymous function.  If the anonymous
function is modified, then the function can’t be removed.  With a function
outside of the `add-hook' call, it looks messy.

Hook Helpers are a solution to this.  A "hook helper" is an anonymous,
modifiable function created for the sole purpose of being attached to a hook.
This combines the two commonly used methods mentioned above.  The functions
don't exist, so they don't get in the way of `describe-function', but they
can be removed or modified as needed.