Is there a way to get
info to display the current node in any of
buffer-list/ibuffer/helm-buffers, especially when there are multiple
info buffers ? Ideally
uniquify should be sufficient to distinguish amongst multiple info buffers, but currently I only see
*info*<n> (n being a natural number). My
uniquify-buffer-name-style is set to
post-forward-angle-brackets if it makes any difference.
Since emacs makes it relatively hard to open multiple info buffers, I am assuming my scenario is not idiomatic. I would prefer for a way to get uniquify do the right thing automatically, though I would be happy to hack something if someone can point to me the right way.
I want to identify individual info buffers when switching in the buffer-list, preferably in the same manner as uniquify does.
EDIT: Previously, I was not seeing the node name in the modeline as well and phrased the question as such. But turned out a modeline customization was overwriting it. So Drew's answer
info+.el only solves the previous iteration of this question caused by a misconfiguration on my part. I have now emphasized my actual question.