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Andy Cowling

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Suspect I would learn a lot by reviewing this list 
bug-gnu-emacs Archives. Archives are refreshed every 30 minutes - for details, please visit the main index. You can also download the archives in mbox format. Search String: [How to search] Display: 10, 20, 30, 50, 100. Description: normal, short. Sort: by score, in reverse chronological order ...
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Andy Cowling

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Again, focus on how to report useful bug report. 
To report Emacs bugs, use 'M-x report-emacs-bug' in Emacs – simple as that. Do not hesitate to report a bug. The Emacs developers will help you determine whether there is really a bug or not. When you report a bug, start with 'emacs -q --no-site-file' (or just 'emacs -Q' in recent Emacs ...
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Andy Cowling

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I love and owe a lot to Lars but, as the title suggests, this post is aimed at developers...

How does a mere mortal review the list of current Emacs bugs ?
Emacs switched the version control system from Bazaar to git yesterday, so now is the time to start hacking away at Emacs. Emacs: The Best Thing Since Sliced Bread If It Wasn’t For The Fact T…
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Andy Cowling

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I'd genuinely like to help out here as I don't grok elisp and I can't fix bugs in core but, as Emacs 25 is on the horizon, maybe I could help weed out legacy cruft bug reports, user errors (like the ones I make :-) or fix/clarify documentation issues.

However, having been immersed in Emacs/Gnus for a month and for many years as a grateful user, I still feel most mere mortals thing 'I'm not clever enough, I'm not worthy, my patch/feedback would be summarily dismissed'.

However, having heard +John Wiegley make a similar request on a chat with +Sacha Chua asking foir more ordinary end users to attack the bug list, I may be wrong. I normally am.

Until you try, you will never know....
I had cold recently (well, I still have), so I amused myself by going through the Emacs bugs database and fixing documentation related bug reports. Should be safe enough to do even with a fever. A…
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I'd say give it a go - just trying to fix a small niggle will often either be accepted or someone might step up and show how to fix it "right".
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耿嵩

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Is anyone know how to set function hint for golang? Thanks.
P.S. By function hint, I mean when I type a "." after an imported package, like fmt, it could popup some candidates functions, such as "println".
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Sinisa Gujic

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The best org-mode intro/tutorial for beginners: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sQS06Qjnkcc
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Mike Zamansky

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On City Center Encores! and God Bless You Mr. Rosewater - Secco Recit: hhttp://seccorecit.blogspot.com/2016/07/god-bless-city-center-encores.html?spref=tw
Encores! Off-Center at City Center just finished its run of Alan Menken and Howard Ashman's God Bless You Mr. Rosewater, based on the Kurt Vonnegut novel of the same name. I saw the show yesterday, and was duly impressed. I v...
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ke zhong

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hi all,

I try to collect most used shortcut of Spacemacs in my daily life in the github. https://github.com/zhongke/spacemacs_shortcut/blob/master/shortcut.org

If you have any recomendation, please let me know. Please follow the rule to give the detailed introduction then all the guys can use it.

Here is a series of useful shortcut about spacemacs I would like to share them one by one with some pattern

Index Category Description Dependency Shortcut Screenshoot

Thanks.
BRs Kevin


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Thanks for your comments, actually, I had watched all the video from theBB. That's a good material to learn. But here I would like to record the most often used shortcut here.
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Andy Cowling

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Potentially useful. Filters on various classes of bugs. Might be useful to attack ancient, dead, obsolete bug reports 
Emacs has a bug tracker using Debian's bug tracking software. http://debbugs.gnu.org/cgi/pkgreport.cgi?package=emacs. There is information on reporting and querying bugs from the main page. http://debbugs.gnu.org/. Here are some useful preset queries of the bug database.
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Andy Cowling

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Still researching. This seems to be the source of truth but slightly intimidating for a newcomer. Not a criticism, just my observation. 
GNU Bug Tracker. This is a bug tracker for the GNU Operating System. We use this to keep records of bug reports, as well as feature requests and patches, submitted by users and developers. Each issue is given a number, and is kept open until it is marked as having been dealt with.
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Andy Cowling

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Reading Stefan Monnier's word of wisdom·
What about Wontfix bugs? Shouldn't we close these? >> Usually they're good and valuable as documentation. > Closed bugs are still there if you want to look at them. I see bugs as being in a few different states: - untriaged: we got the report and nothing else happened.
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Andy Cowling

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Reviewing. Lots of info on how to log a bug. Not so much on how to close one.
Deniz Dogan writes: >> I wish we could have a Festival of Bug Triage, where each of us (how >> many are there? 20?) pledge to close five bug reports per day. That's >> like a thousand in three weeks. :-) > > The festival sounds like a great idea.
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To be fair this thread is 5 years old.....
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Bin Felix Liu

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Plink comint mode in emacs: Text read only etc.
emacs putty plink
i want to use a new comint mode for plink(putty), i put the code in init.el.

But if M-x run-plink, i got "Text is read-only " and "comint-send-input: Current buffer has no process". There is no prompt Symbol and i can't input. I just want to have a new comint mode for plink(putty).

I'm new with emacs. Can somebody please see that?


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George Jones

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When an 8 processor box named "octo" dies and looses 2 processors, somehow "vi" seems like an appropriate hostname.
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ErgoEmacs

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+Xah Lee​++
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Gabriel Pozo

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What is the best setting to work with ReactJS?

*Edited*
I finally ended up using this:
http://cha1tanya.com/2015/06/20/configuring-web-mode-with-jsx.html
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Nothing wrong, but I like sorting, grouping, showing (with more packages) VC/Git status and the few things ibuffer brings.
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George Jones

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Because you can...

george@octo elisp [master] $ ./hello.el world

"GNU Emacs 25.1.50.1 (x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu, GTK+ Version 2.24.23)
of 2016-06-23"

"I did it. you passed in (world)"
george@octo elisp [master] $
george@octo elisp [master] $
george@octo elisp [master] $ cat hello.el
:;exec emacs -batch -l "$0" -f main "$@"
; http://kitchingroup.cheme.cmu.edu/blog/2014/08/06/Writing-scripts-in-Emacs-lisp/

(defun main ()
(print (version))
(print (format "I did it. you passed in %s" command-line-args-left)))

;; Local Variables:
;; mode: emacs-lisp
;; End:
Chemical Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University
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Mike Zamansky

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Hehe.. many thanks... now i got work todo :)
actually im also very in to emacs im using Emacs-keysetting for eclipse for example

i still got a lack of setting things up and so on.. i guess your blog and the links will help :-)
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