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Yuriy Pitometsu

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#ObjC mode looks cool
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Oh sorry, I see: completion isn't dynamic, and fontlock not enhanced as well... Sad.
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Yann Hodique

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I'm writing quite a few documents with reStructuredText these days, but tables are mostly a pain.
Fortunately, Org provides orgtbl-mode to be able to leverage the awesome table editor in arbitrary modes, by using mode-specific translators.

There's not ReST translator that I know of, so I quickly wrote a simple one. Nothing fancy, and I made a few assumptions on the shape of the Org table, but it's good enough for my purpose (as long as I don't have to realign those stupid cells, I'm happy).
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Michael Lockhart

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I'm re-factoring my .emacs.d...

It's gotten much faster now that I do my library loads myself (rather than using the ESK training wheels):  2 seconds (or, about 40 if you remove all elpa and make it download and recompile all my stuff)

That's actually pretty respectable. Remember when 40 second start times were the norm?
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great work :)
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Arne Jørgensen

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Font Awesome and some local flymake function hacking and I now have thumbs up / thumbs down in my mode line when flymake is happy / unhappy!
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My favorite font is Anonymous Pro. 
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Yuriy Pitometsu

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just idea: use eshell-virtual-targets for redirection output from eshell to /dev/pastebin
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Leo D'Angelo

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Recently I spent some time getting address autocompletion working for notmuchemail.  I wrote a short post on how it works here...  Hopefully someone besides me will find it useful ;^)
1 Notmuch Address Completion One of the few things that annoyed me about using notmuch from emacs has been the lack of address completion while composing a message. This post explains how I implemented address completion. T...
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Malyshev Artem

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Hi everybody! I have another trick for projectile users. Now you can filter buffers which has file or run process. Here is this code snippet:

(eval-after-load "projectile"
  '(progn
     (defadvice projectile-project-buffers (around file-proc-filter activate)
       "Get a list of project file/proc buffers."
       (setq ad-return-value
             (--filter (or (buffer-file-name it)
                           (get-buffer-process it))
                       ad-do-it)))))

No more trash like dired and helm buffers.
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Maybe temporary overriding projectile-require-project-root to nil will do this trick? But I'm not sure.
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Sylver Stone

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I wanted to include, at least the paredit-kill shorcut (¹) in my R-for init file. I had a look at the paredit.el(²) script for whether I could extract the function code but got some lost. Any clue?  I'd appreciate it?
REF.
(1) http://image.slidesharecdn.com/pareditpreso-091204073451-phpapp01/95/slide-39-728.jpg
(2) http://mumble.net/~campbell/emacs/paredit.el
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Lukasz Stafiniak

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Any of you have rebound `C-x C-c'? Exiting Emacs is something I only wish to do once a day, and although it doesn't happen often, my finger has just slipped off the `x' key...
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Two points:

1) I'm leery of binding C-x C-c to anything useful, since that raises the chance of me accidentally quitting if I'm on someone else's setup.

2) I always open a second frame and minimize it to keep from accidentally quitting by closing the active frame (either with C-x 0 or via the GUI).
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ErgoEmacs

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#emacs make ido display choices vertically
 (setq ido-separator "\n")

http://ergoemacs.org/emacs/emacs_buffer_switching.html
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+Epo Jemba i haven't really use helm. :( and not Icicle neither.
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Erik Pischel

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How to create a new buffer quickly
I love to use Emacs, mostly for org-mode. I also use Notepad++ as an text editor (when using MS Windows), although I would like to use Emacs more. I noticed I choose Notepad++ when I quickly need an editor buffer to paste some text to because Notepad++ has this "New" icon in its toolbar that creates a new buffer quickly. Emacs is easily extendible, so how about creating a "quick new buffer" ...
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Thank you, this will be very useful to me!
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Juan Alberto Sanchez

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if you haven't tryed use-package and req-package you should it's great :)
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Having a customizable multiline comment indentation style in Scala mode is important to me. Fortunately, scala-mode2 has just such a setting as illustrated below. The extra space in the Scaladoc style was throwing me off when working with other IDEs. The style can be toggled by setting a boolean value.

/**
 * My Javadoc style multiline comment here.
 * (setq scala-indent:use-javadoc-style t)
 */

/**
  * My Scaladoc style multiline comment here.
  * (setq scala-indent:use-javadoc-style nil)
  */

#Javadoc   #Scaladoc   #comments #Emacs
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孑影

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getting started emacs 24 but my old config can't work for new emacs
use cc-mode &  hs-minor-mode  format code have some problem
who can share me emacs 24 config
* develop for C/C++ in Linux
* work in Linux
* need not vim keyboard
* cedet support
#emacs24  
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+Artur Malabarba
thx  !
some error from cedet
the problem i search from google ,
i fix it ,but some features of instability
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Anler Hp

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I made this simple script to connect to an Emacs daemon from the terminal if I'm inside it, or from a new frame if using an app launcher such as dmenu.
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Hey, interesting indeed. I'm just reading on this question from some time now but I still cannot tell differences or proper proceeding in my case.. here some more, mmm "recipes" on this matter.. ;P
http://devblog.avdi.org/2010/04/23/daemonic-emacs/
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making +Org-mode for Emacs and auto-complete-mode interact more nicely.
 
keep auto-complete from competing with !orgmode structure-templates: http://draketo.de/english/emacs/auto-complete-org-mode-templates !emacs
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Eric S. Johansson

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Apologies if I've asked this before but I looking for a variation on narrow to region. What I want behaves exactly like narrow to region except instead of hiding the rest the file, the rest of the file has a different visual appearance.
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fancy narrow is almost perfect. The font vacation problem doesn't bother me because it deemphasizes everything outside of the region. I haven't noticed it not coming back to normal when I leave fancy narrow state but then again, I'm focused on other things usually. :-)

unfortunately, you guessed it, I found a bug. All recent off the bug report. The symptom is that if you define a region, and then fancy-narrow, you can't insert anything before the first character.

Oh bloody hell. :-) And here I was hoping I could give you a short demonstration video.
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Any Arch Linux users? Search and download AUR packages from Emacs
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ErgoEmacs

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Yuriy Pitometsu

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Found very interesting EMACS config with some ObjC support things
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+Dmitry Gutov unfortunately I didn't found any detailed description as well. So I'll spend some time for practical investigation.  But I'm afraid that my knowledge of Elisp still is not so good, as author's of config.
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