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Which packages would you recommend for #python development?

There's so much choices, which most modern, lightweight, working out of the box (e.g. I like enh-ruby-mode and projectile-rails for ruby&rails)?
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Go for elpy. Works out of the box!
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Sylver Stone

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Hi gang,
Just wondering whether (or not ~~`) would anyone know to refer to any tutorial on using web-API's or web-queries in Emacs. 
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Sachin

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Yeah. I just started it as a  tiny code snippet. It is very useful for me. I have no plans to present it yet
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Imran Munshi

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I don't know how but company completions for arduino just stopped working. Now it doesn't even complete the previously used phrases and variables.

How could this be fixed?
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+Imran Munshi

As per your comment company-arduino stopped working. You should raise an issue here: https://github.com/yuutayamada/company-arduino/issues/new

Else: https://github.com/bookest/arduino-mode/issues

I'm sure you will get a reply from repository maintainer. 
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Adam Sjøgren

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If you're like me, you often select a filename from a terminal or logfile with the mouse to open it in Emacs.

That can be fiddly, and you have to go to the line number indicated in the error message yourself afterwards. Annoying.

I have created find-file-from-selection to help - git it a try: https://github.com/asjo/fffs


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Daniel Povey's profile photoAdam Sjøgren's profile photo
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+Daniel Povey
I am happy to report that the church of Emacs have devotees exhibiting varying levels of faith :-) (I would never `tail -f` a huge logfile within Emacs, for instance.)
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Yuriy Pitometsu

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Even #VIM have nice modern #ObjC syntax highlight support ;(
As a special service "Fossies" has tried to format the requested source page into HTML format using (guessed) vimscript source code syntax highlighting (style: standard) with prefixed line numbers. Alternatively you can here view or download the uninterpreted source code file.
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SublimeText too, but their plugin has no open source. Why my favourite text editor have so awful #ObjC support???
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Emacs can become quite slow with newer glibc versions, apparently. And there is work to get rid of the problem, although for future versions of Emacs only.
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A little review I wrote that may be of interest to Emacs/Orgmode folks:

https://plus.google.com/101259893197207137401/posts/EPGJ5DhiLnP
Word to folks: If you need to learn something, get on Youtube. In 6 hours, I learned more about Org-mode (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Org-mode) and… - Kantuck Nadie Nata-Akon - Google+
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Charles-H. Schulz

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mu 0.9.18 offers a number of improvements across the board. For example, people with huge maildirs can use a special "lazy-checking" mode to speed up indexing; it's now possible to view rich-text message in an embedded webkit-view, and the release adds support for org-mode
9.x. Some specific improvements have also been brought to the handling of encrypted messages. There also many small fixes and tweaks in mu4e, all based on user-feedback.

For all the details, see <https://github.com/djcb/mu/blob/master/NEWS.org>
Download and fork mu 0.9.18 here: <https://github.com/djcb/mu/releases>

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After updating from 0.9.17 to 0.9.18, it does better to show rich-text message. Previously, I cannot view google+ notification from mu4e, but now, it works well~
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Hi there.

What is the simplest way to jump back through buffers to where you started?

If I follow a method to a class all the way until I find the right method, how do I easily jump back to the original buffer? I guess it's basically a question of jumping back in buffer history.

/Bernhard
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Nils Harrison's profile photoMichael Bernhard Arp Sørensen's profile photo
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+Nils Harrison, that's awesome. I couldn't imagine a simpler solution. Thanks, man!!!!!
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Ingolf Schaefer

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Just gave Remacs a try. It is an Emacs fork that aims to reimplement Emacs in Rust. It build nicely and seems to work so far. I am not sure how much has already been ported, but it seems to be a very interesting project.

What are your opinions?


https://github.com/Wilfred/remacs#building-remacs


remacs - Rust :heart: Emacs
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Roman Kashitsyn's profile photoJohn Corbett's profile photo
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One benefit is testing how well Rust works for a proven real-world application. The Emacs code is an excellent basis for comparison.
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Andy Cowling

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Blogged - Gnus now unbelievably speedy

An everyday tale of one idiot's experiments with Gnus, Gmane, Gwene, getmail, Dovecot and Solr to handle every single type of damned 'message'.
how to read mail, news, RSS and blogs using Gnus
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Andy Cowling's profile photoNick Alcock's profile photo
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There are many things I could call Gnus (it's probably the single most crucial piece of software to my working life, bar Emacs itself), but 'unbelievably speedy' is not one of them, mostly thanks to the summary-buffer opening delays and the need to wait for that every time you want to check for new mail. It's even slower with IMAP :(
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Nakazo Moto

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What do i need to do to get company-tern working and get compliment for JavaScript? I installed both the company-tern and tern package from melpa and configure them like the readme said but still get no completions​ after importing a library. 
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Nakazo Moto's profile photoThomas Regner's profile photo
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Let me/us know if you succeeded
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Q:
Probably really simple but I can't figure out how to do it.
I want to change the variable org-preview-latex-process-alist and the property :image-size-adjust for the dvipng program to something other than (1 . 1) and I just can't figure out how to get in to the nested structure.
I get half way with (alist-get (alist-get 'dvipng org-preview-latex-process-alist))

Anyone able to get me there?
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Andreas Tjärnberg's profile photoWin Treese's profile photo
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Don't worry about it! This one was especially twisty. Most things are much more straightforward.
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How can I create similar mode for #Emacs?
Here #clang ( #llvm ) based syntax highlighter for #VIM
chromatica.nvim - Clang based syntax highlighting for Neovim
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George Jones

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+Xah Lee any thoughts on tablet-phone-keyboardless-friendly versions of emacs? Ergo-touchpad keyebindings and drop-downs?

from http://media.bemyapp.com/stupid-emacs-tricks/

"Emacs has
a smaller memory footprint than your average tablet app. It would be easy to port, if it weren’t for the
fact that it demands an IBM-PC sized keyboard and about thirteen fingers at a time to operate."


Next to vi, Emacs is one of the oldest text editors out there, and yet it's popular as ever in 2016. Let's learn a few stupid Emacs tricks, shall we?
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David “goo.gl/LuFkzX” Tweed's profile photoGeorge Jones's profile photo
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I guess the question is, can a tool that was created fundamentally to exploit the advent of addressable video displays AND keyboards remain useful when the keyboard is gone/reduced.
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Txe Llenne

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Lisp immersion!
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I have decided that it's time to learn Python since I'm working a few Raspberry Pi projects, and I like emacs for the development tool because it's available for Windows, Linux and Android. Most of my coding will hopefully be done on Android directly, and some on the Pi vis SSH on Android. Almost all of my editor experience is from office suites and Windows, so I know the keyboard commands from that environment best. My question is, how can I make emacs follow the "standard" windows keyboard commands that I'm already familiar with? I'm pretty lazy, so if I can make emacs respond to what I already know, that's one less thing for me to learn. And a related question, is there a config file that I can transport to different emac installations so emacs will work my way no matter the OS I'm using it on? 
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Erik Sjöstrand's profile photoMichael Lockhart's profile photo
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Dropping you in the deep end of spacemacs is not my intention! Just take a look at my keybindings.el for some ideas and how-to. These are mostly bound to the "super" key in emacs, which on Windows is the windows logo key, so it's not perfect (WIN-C to copy, not CTRL-C) but it also won't clash with Emacs defaults and will port to other OSes. Also heed my tale of woe in the comments... The rabbit hole goes deep. You would put code like this into %USERPROFILE%\.emacsrc or similar on Windows. Read the manual about how emacs configuration works.
github.com - dotspacemacs
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