QualTA - Qualitative Text Analysis@Emacs
QualTA is a collection of Elisp files that assists users in working with
texts. The file
textcoding.el can be used for doing qualitative text
remarks.el, and some features of
(non-intrusive excerpts) rely on
file-properties.el sometimes messes up its data, which could result in
a loss of all information. See also CompEmacsFileproperties.
File properties (i.e. excerpts, remarks, textcodings etc.) are saved
when a buffer is being killed, not when the file is being saved. Call
`file-properties-write' to force writing the properties file.
Extraxt text from other files and
insert it in a main file.
Show text statistics.
Generate a concordance table.
Add non-intrusive annotations/remarks/links.
Support for doing qualitative
text analysis. Mark certain regions with codes and add structured
annotation. Summarize these codes.
Maintain time-stamped backups.
Save and restore file
local variables and overlays.
Work with filesets -- a bundle of
files belonging to one project. (This is a slightly enhanced version of
the file included with FSF Emacs.)
A simple mode for displaying the
output of dictionary programs like
Extended find-file syntax. Allows to jump to
a file position via file-name mangling, which is especially useful when