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Is there an equivalent of M-x package-list-packages for those libraries? The el-get package manager supports installation from the EmacsWiki; after doing M-x el-get-emacswiki-build-local-recipes, M-x el-get-list-packages will show packages from EmacsWiki as well. Is there an equivalent of (use-package foo), which I could put in my init file? (el-get-...


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That <!DOCTYPE is your clue that you did not download the Emacs-Lisp files (*.el). Instead, you downloaded an HTML file - e.g., an HTML file that describes or displays an Emacs-Lisp file. Try downloading the source files again (*.el). Then check their content to see if they look like Lisp code or HTML code. If the latter then you are still downloading ...


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No. As far as I know, there is no equivalent of package-list-packages or use-package for libraries uploaded to the Emacs Wiki Elisp Area. In general, you download the file(s) for a library to a local directory that is in your load-path, and then require the library feature name or main-file name (e.g. (require 'isearch+). Questions about things such as best ...


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M-x list-packages C-h P (describe-package) (Minibuffer Completion for packages' names) https://melpa.org/ https://elpa.gnu.org/packages/ https://github.com/emacs-tw/awesome-emacs Google


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