In a buffer with widgets how can I find out what functions widgets call?
Let's say I position the cursor on a widget, I execute
M-x widget-browse-at and know now that the widget is of class "link".
From experiments I know that activating the widget (i.e. pressing
RET on it) creates an new buffer, but what function calls it for this?
describe-key gives me only
wid-edit as a function, but somehow
wid-edit then must call the real action function.
How can I find out which function that is?
Is there something like an action table for widgets?
Some more details:
1) When I am on the widget and call
M-x widget-browse-at I get a buffer like this:
Widget object browser. Class: link :args :value "Open" :notify [show] :button-overlay #<overlay from 316 to 322 in *ein:notebooklist http://127.0.0.1:8989*> :from [show] :to #<marker at 322 in *ein:notebooklist http://127.0.0.1:8989*>
2) When in that buffer I am on the [show] widget of the
:notify property and I call
M-x widget-browse-at I get:
Widget object browser. Class: push-button :args :value [show] :tag "show" :action [show] :button-overlay #<overlay in no buffer> :from [show] :to #<marker in no buffer>
M-x widget-browse-at again doesn't give anything new.
M-x widget-browse-at doesn't seem to point me to the function eventually called (which in this case probably is