Time saving tip by getting Emacs to generate a list of your most recently viewed files.
Posts By: rob
After a couple of hours playing around with Awesome Window Manager, Lua and the Clicky API I hack together a Clicky widget for Awesome.
Version control your .emacs.d configuration directory, and share it on GitHub
Emacs is vast. I’m going to make an attempt to delve deeper into the depths by learning a new Emacs tip each week and then blogging about it.
I’ve head a lot of stuff about Tumblr recently and how easy it is to update. As you can see from the blog you’re reading right now, I need all the help with keeping things up-to-date so I thought I’d give it a try, so I did. Obviously, being the lead tech geek at Jabbakam… Read more »
Following from my dependency hell problems the other day my new version of MySQL seems to have all its stored procedures corrupted, displaying the following message when any of them are executed: Cannot load from mysql.proc. The table is probably corrupted After a bit of research, I found the simple fix is to run mysql_upgrade Problem… Read more »
Installing NodeJS v0.4.0 on Arch Linux when you have both Python v3 and Python v2 installed
Testing the wordpress admin Android app. The text area looks pretty small, I’m not sure that anything lengthy could be written with this app. End.
Three useful blogs for everyday Emacs tips and tricks
It has been many months since I last posted. But this is just a quick update to let you know that I haven’t abandoned this blog, it is very much still on my mind. Unfortunately (or fortunately depending on your point of view) I have been really busy these past few months with Jabbakam and… Read more »