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archwiki.el is a utility for navigating the Arch Wiki from Emacs. It
is strongly advised for users of ArchLinux and ArchLinux derivates to
This package is geared towards ArchLinux in particular, but any Linux distribution that has a local copy of the Arch Wiki can be compatible with this package.
As mentioned above, you will absolutely need a local copy of the Arch
Wiki available to Emacs. You can install the
arch-wiki-docs package if
you are running ArchLinux or a derivate Linux distribution (ArcoLinux,
ArchCraft, Manjaro,…), or refer to the readme of its repository.
A couple of options are available for installing
first one is to clone the repository in your
load-path and add the
following to your
.emacs or your
In my case, I prefer using
(use-package eshell-info-banner :ensure t :defer t :straight (archwiki :type git :host nil :repo "https://labs.phundrak.com/phundrak/archwiki.el"))
I personally also added
:build t in the straight recipe to ensure
Emacs compiles my package, both to
.eln files (I am on Emacs
feature/native-comp got merged into
There is probably a similar way to install it with pure
quelpa, but I’m not knowledgable enough for that, feel free to create
a PR to add some more installation instructions!
There is currently no plans of making this package available on MELPA or non-gnu elpa.
A couple of variables can be edited by the user in order to configure
Where your local copy of the Arch Wiki is located.
nil, use the Emacs Web Wowser for viewing the Arch Wiki pages, otherwise use an external program.
External program to use to view the Arch Wiki pages. If the value is
nilor an empty string, or if the executable cannot be found by Emacs, use
xdg-open, otherwise use this program. This can be a path to an executable or the name of an executable available on your
archwiki.el is available under the GNU GPL-3.0 license. You can find
the full text in LICENSE.md.