Edit desc and note on how neotree differs from dired and speedbar.

parent 3877d7fc
emacs-neotree (0.5.2-2) UNRELEASED; urgency=medium
* debian/control: Update team name, and use the new lists.debian.org
email address directly rather than the lists.alioth.debian.org alias.
* debian/control:
- Update team name, and use the new lists.debian.org email address
directly rather than the lists.alioth.debian.org alias.
- Polish description and add additional note on how neotree differs from
dired and speedbar.
* debian/copyright: Add maintainer apparent as Upstream-Contact.
-- Nicholas D Steeves <nsteeves@gmail.com> Thu, 09 May 2019 12:52:58 -0400
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......@@ -18,10 +18,13 @@ Recommends: emacs (>= 46.0)
Enhances: emacs
Description: directory tree sidebar for Emacs that is like NERDTree for Vim
NeoTree is a modern, themeable alternative to the Emacs builtins
dired and speedbar. Like speedbar, it auto-refreshes without needing
to type "g". Like dired, but unlike speedbar, it creates a new
Dired and Speedbar. Like Speedbar, it auto-refreshes without needing
to type "g". Like Dired, but unlike Speedbar, it creates a new
window as a sidebar and not a whole new frame (eg: not a new X11
application window with its own window decorations).
application window with its own window decorations). NeoTree shows a
file system tree relative to the users' $HOME, where both Dired and
Speedbar default to showing the contents of the current directory.
Thus it provides a hierarchical rather than a modal view.
.
Neotree is similar to Vim's NERDTree plugin.
.
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