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|org-roam-search.el||1 day ago|
|org-roam-search.org||1 day ago|
org-roam is great, but the basic searching functions leave much to be desired.
This hacky bit of elisp allows you to search through your org-roam database, for text strings/regexp within your org-roam nodes.
All results are displayed in a separate buffer, with links to open what you are looking for directly.
For now, the simplest way to add this to your install is to clone this repo, and place the following into you emacs config:-
Be sure to put in the correct path for where your copy of
org-roam-search.el is saved.
If you are doing any hacking on the main org file, another option is:-
to have it automatically tangled and loaded on startup.
org-roam-search can be launched interactively, it will ask you for your search term in the mini buffer then display all results in a separate buffer.
The required search can also be passed as an argument from other elisp:-
(org-roam-search "just a test")
If no results are found, a message will appear in the mini-buffer and the search results buffer will not open.
The main logic of this function relies on calls to the shell commands
cut - beyond that it is basic elisp. It should work fine on the following operating systems:-
Any more esoteric systems might work, but I have neither the means nor the motivation to test if these are supported.
And it should go without saying, that a properly setup
org-roam environment needs to be in place!
If you plan to hack on this at all, please mmake any code changes in the
org-roam-search.org file, and tangle that to the
Feel free to send pull requests etc, I'm sure there are many stupid things I've done here that have better ways of being implemented, I'm still finding my feet with elisp (and lisp in general!)
org-roam-search is licensed under the GPLv2, see included LICENSE file for details.