12.201 emacspeak-url-template

It is often useful to have “parametrized hot list entries” i.e., hotlist entries that are “templates” for the actual URL. The user provides values for the parametrized portions of the URL e.g. the date. See See URL Templates, for details on the URL templates that are presently defined.

12.201.1 Emacspeak-Url-Template Commands emacspeak-url-template-fetch

Command: emacspeak-url-template-fetch (&optional documentation)
C-e u
Fetch a pre-defined resource.
Use Emacs completion to obtain a list of available resources.
Resources typically prompt for the relevant information
before completing the request.
Optional interactive prefix arg displays documentation for specified resource.

(fn &optional DOCUMENTATION) emacspeak-url-template-help

Command: emacspeak-url-template-help
Display documentation for a URL template.
Use Emacs completion to obtain a list of available
resources. emacspeak-url-template-load

Command: emacspeak-url-template-load (file)
Load URL template resources from specified location.

(fn FILE) emacspeak-url-template-nls-add-to-wishlist

Command: emacspeak-url-template-nls-add-to-wishlist (book)
Add book under point to wishlist.

(fn BOOK) emacspeak-url-template-save

Command: emacspeak-url-template-save (file)
Save url templates.

(fn FILE)

12.201.2 emacspeak-url-template Options

Variable: User Option emacspeak-stock-tickers
Set this to the stock tickers you want to check. Default is
the current fab-7!. Tickers is a list of stock symbols sorted in lexical order
with duplicates removed when saving as a list of string.

Default Value:

("aapl" "amzn" "goog" "meta" "msft" "nflx" "nvda")