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Chris Patti

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Nano How-To explaining how to setup a root file system with only emacs.
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Those libraries are mostly optional -- Eli would be most unhappy if they were mandatory. :)
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Sachin

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GNU Emacs can be much more than just a text editor. Learn how to get started.
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Lisp, Elixir, Ruby & JavaScript programmer, hacker at the university of bern, open source contributor, dance teacher, rare soul & funk music digger
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Xi Xiao

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If any emacs user, who happens to use Windows system with sticky keys feature enabled, wants to swap keys. I have a up-to-date article talking about how to achieve this goal.
http://xixiao001.blogspot.de/2015/08/swap-ctrl-and-alt-keys-in-windows-for.html
To avoid emacs users' pinky problem at the first place, I have enabled sticky keys feature and forced myself to rebuild muscle memory for ctrl-alt-swapping in qwert keyboard. What I want: In Windows system, swap both left an...
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User-selected packages and dependency management in Package.el in Emacs 25.1.
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ErgoEmacs

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This page shows a emacs lisp command to change letter case by title convention. For example, “A Tale of Two Cities”, not “A Tale Of Two Cities”. (defun xah-title-case-region-or-line (φp1 φp2) "Title case text between nearest brackets, or current line, or text selection.
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Steve Smith

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I wrote up some notes on my work blog about using Emacs as your editor from IntelliJ IDEA...
As I've mentioned before, I'm gradually working towards my grey-beard badge so for most of my programming I tend to use Emacs. However when I moved into the order-systems team I adopted IntelliJ IDEA, which is our weapon of choice for Java development at Atlassian. This is because while Emacs is ...
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You do not have to script that -- just use "emacsclient +LINE:COLUMN FILENAME" syntax (for example http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3139970/open-a-file-at-line-with-filenameline-syntax).

So in JIdea just provide those params as:
+$LineNumber$:$ColumnNumber$ $FileName$
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I posted this over in the Org-mode community, but I don't know how much overlap there is between the two communities, and I thought people here might be interested as well.
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+Katherine Cox-Buday Oh I should have asked for this, I did not knew such site exists. Thank you for the pointer.
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#ZSH -like auto-completion for file paths in #Helm !
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UPD: see https://github.com/emacs-helm/helm/issues/1266#issuecomment-222141761 suggestions here for any part of directory name matching.
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Emacs rich-text mode: coloring and styling plain text. I use emacs a lot for taking notes, during meetings, while watching lectures in a MOOC, or while researching something. But one place where emacs falls short is highlighting. For instance, if I paste a section of something I'm researching, ...
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George Jones

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C-x M-c M-butterfly. Nice, but I'm sure +Xah Lee​ has a better keybinding :-)
 
#xkcd   #old  








Real programmers set the universal constants at the start such that the universe evolves to contain the disk with the data they want.
[[A man sits at a computer, programming. Another man behind him looks over his shoulder.]] Man: nano? REAL programmers use Emacs. [[A dark haired woman appears behind him.]] Woman: Hey. REAL programmers use Vim. [[Another man appears behind her.]] Man: Well, REAL programmers use ed.
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+Jean-Noel Avila Awesome. I didn't know about that :) Hahaha... nice easter egg.
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A bit of a monologue on turning your init file into a blog.
When this blog was conceived, I decided that I wanted it to be entirely contained in a single org file, and that this would also be my Emacs init file. On the blog’s very first post I explained how to implement the latter, an init file that also serves other purposes. Today, Endless Parentheses turns 1 year old, and it’s time to explain the former, how to turn a file into a blog.
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+Artur Malabarba thanks !!!
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An introduction to Programming in Emacs lisp by Robert J. Chassell is very good manual to get started on learning emacs lisp. It comes in-built within Emacs. Here is my review along with solution to exercises.
Learning Emacs Lisp(a.k.a elisp) helps in understanding how Emacs works, customizing Emacs and writing extention packages for Emacs. Emacs Lisp Intro is excellent manual for getting started on Emacs Lisp
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New article about Alchemist "Elixir documentation right at your fingertips with Alchemist" http://t.co/6Nr5CdvYrM #emacs
We all enjoy the IEx.Helpers which we use in our daily adventures with Elixir’s interactive shell IEx.
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*Vim is almost 4 times more used than #Emacs   *
Then using emacs makes me...more special?
Where do developers live? How much do developers earn? Vim or Emacs? Tabs or spaces? This is the most comprehensive software developer survey on earth.
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Isnt what you make with your tools more important? I know coders who still edit in Ultraedit
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Rene Froger

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https://emacs.zeef.com/

The best reference card that I found yet on the internet....
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awesome
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Now that you’ve started your journey on the Typography Express by using round double quotes, take a seat and extend that to your apostrophes as well. This snippet binds a round apostrophe to the ' key, but also inserts a pair of single round quotes with a prefix.
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smartparens-mode good for this case.
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