Lightning Completion home page

Lightning completion is an improvement on whatever completion Emacs does already; it incorporates ``dynamic completion'': completion without having to hit the TAB key or anything else. This is very useful when added to commands like find-file or switch-to-buffer or describe-lisp-function.

Here is html documentation for the lightning completion package. The documentation is also available as a dvi file.

Download the package here: light.tar.gz. Or if you want, just get a copy of the emacs lisp file: light.el.

The most recent version of the package is 0.72, posted on 30 September 2005.

Here is my attempt at keeping a list of recent changes, but I'm afraid I'm not very diligent about it. (See also the ChangeLog file in the distribution for a more complete, but less friendly, description of the changes.)


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John H. Palmieri, Department of Mathematics, University of Washington
Padelford C-538, (206) 543-1785, palmieri@math.washington.edu