Generate and download GNU Emacs init file.
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- Great idea but I'm not sure about its usefulness. I hope it will find its users.Nov 2, 2013
- New user to GNU Emacs often find it hard to setup Emacs init. I'm sure this will at least give them a quick start.Nov 2, 2013
- Agreed, but what about snippets such as 'Hide dot files', 'Google', 'Youtube' etc.? they have to still hand written. Let people come here and share their tweaks.Nov 2, 2013
- I personally think it's a great idea. Getting people started with emacs is the hardest part.
Consider posting this to http://reddit.com/r/emacs, it's pretty active.Nov 2, 2013
- I think this is great. While I don't care to generate a new conduit file, this seems like a much better interface than the wiki for sharing Emacs snippets! I think the key will be to make sure tagging works well and that there is a search.
I can totally see this as being a great way to learn about cool snippets. I hope you can get all the people who blog these snippets like magnars to post them here too. Or if you could allow these snippets to embed in blog posts.
I wonder how well it would work to leverage gists on Github like http://bl.ocks.org this is a website that loads d3.is gists. But you could do the same and only add metadata and the conduit building functionality, yet get all your snippets from gists. Yet done people hate Github.Nov 3, 2013
- Thanx Guys.
I m planning to include bundle support for modes(like Python), take for example Python-jedi, which requires 'deferred', 'concurrent' & 'epc'. It will be easier for users to select a 'bundle + configs' and download it as a tar-ball then extract it to HOME and then they are ready to go. All the 'load-path' and 'require' will be auto generated.
What say ?Nov 3, 2013
Thanx, I posted their.Nov 3, 2013
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