After watching a chat between Sacha Chau and John Wiegley about Emacs, I’ve gone on an Emacs rampage. I tweaking my init script to use org-mode (probably more on that another day) and generally getting things ticking along quite nicely. I use three different computers (desktop at office, desktop at home and laptop) and all my… Read more »
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I have just installed Org2Blog so testing it out. Increasingly my life is being consumed by Emacs and org-mode.
Lot of fun stuff going on with the Emacs Wiki. Last week, Bozhidar Batsov wrote a controvertial post called Die EmacsWiki Die. Which made me think somewhat of Sideshow Bob, (especially as I’m in Germany and sometimes I get some Deutsch posts coming up on my reader). This sparked a flurry of debate, on HackerNews… Read more »
Following my last article about possibly making the heretical move to Vim from Emacs, I’ve been trying to use Vim as much as I can. I can now safely say that I will not be making the switch. There are a number of reasons to this. Firstly, and most importantly I can’t quite make the conceptual leap… Read more »
As my regular reader will know, I’m a heavy Emacs user (have been now for over two years). So why this heretical thinking then? A number of reasons. Firstly, I find I’m spending more and more time editing directly on a server. Obviously Emacs can handle this with Tramp mode. Yes, that’s true, but it would be much… Read more »
If like me you are constantly bouncing about between different places within a file, or even between multiple buffers then you should save a lot of time by using Registers. Registers are a handy little tool that enable you to save a snippet of information for the length of your session. This snippet of information can… Read more »
The Emacs tip this week isn’t about highlighting all the useful features Org-Mode has to offer, but instead more of a “How-to-Learn” rather than a “How-To”.
Time saving tip by getting Emacs to generate a list of your most recently viewed files.
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.