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XMonad.Prompt.Email
Portabilityunportable
Stabilityunstable
Maintainer<byorgey@gmail.com>
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Description
A prompt for sending quick, one-line emails, via the standard GNU 'mail' utility (which must be in your $PATH). This module is intended mostly as an example of using XMonad.Prompt.Input to build an action requiring user input.
Synopsis
emailPrompt :: XPConfig -> [String] -> X ()
Usage

You can use this module by importing it, along with XMonad.Prompt, into your ~/.xmonad/xmonad.hs file:

 import XMonad.Prompt
 import XMonad.Prompt.Email

and adding an appropriate keybinding, for example:

  , ((modMask x .|. controlMask, xK_e), emailPrompt defaultXPConfig addresses)

where addresses is a list of email addresses that should autocomplete, for example:

 addresses = ["me@me.com", "mr@big.com", "tom.jones@foo.bar"]

You can still send email to any address, but sending to these addresses will be faster since you only have to type a few characters and then hit 'tab'.

For detailed instructions on editing your key bindings, see XMonad.Doc.Extending.

emailPrompt :: XPConfig -> [String] -> X ()Source
Prompt the user for a recipient, subject, and body, and send an email via the GNU 'mail' utility. The second argument is a list of addresses for autocompletion.
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