* nroam-backlinks.el (nroam-backlinks--hide-drawers): Use `let*’ as `elt’ is used in other let forms.
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nroam is a supplementary package for org-roam that replaces the backlink side buffer of Org-roam. Instead, it displays org-roam backlinks—as well as unlinked references—at the end of org-roam buffers.
One of the ideas behing nroam is to remove the friction and effort it takes to consult backlinks. I consider backlinks to be a very central piece of information about a note. Backlinks can even be the most important content of a note, for instance when using page links as tags.
It is easy to miss backlinks when they are not always visible with the main content of a note. The side buffer will not always be open, and even if it is, the information it contains is visually far away from the note you're looking at.
By making them an integral part of the org buffer, backlinks also become more powerful. You could for instance make a sparse tree—see
org-sparse-tree — to filter the contents of a note and its backlinks at the same time.
To setup nroam for all
org-mode buffer, evaluate the following:
(add-hook 'org-mode-hook #'nroam-setup-maybe)
The linked references section will be updated after each buffer save.
It can also be manually updated by typing
C-c C-c anywhere in the linked references section.
This package is in its infancy. Be careful when using it as it modifies your
org-mode buffers—it should not modify your files though. Backup your data often.