I always think of my Emacs configuration as a Japanese garden: it’s always underway but never reaches perfection. The other day, I saw this tweet:
— /r/Emacs (@EmacsReddit) February 11, 2018
and followed the link hoping to discover something else I could replace with Emacs.
It’s amazing how many applications people have replaced with Emacs but sadly the list of things people had replaced fell into two categories:
- Things I had already replaced;
- Things I hadn’t replaced because I don’t use them.
Still, I haven’t given up hope and will continue searching for things I can bring under the Emacs umbrella. After all, the point of a Japanese garden is that it is never finished.