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Zamansky 37: Treemacs

Mike Zamansky has a new video up. This time he discusses the Treemacs file browser. The idea is to recreate file browser side tab that editors like Atom popularized. You can watch the video to see its features and how … Continue reading

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Emacs Rocks! #16

After 3 years, Magnar Sveen has smiled upon us with a new episode of Emacs Rocks! For newcomers, Emacs Rocks! episodes are short videos of 2 or 3 minutes that explore some aspect of working with Emacs. If you haven’t … Continue reading

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Emacs as a Cloud Service

Next step: #emacs as a service in the cloud — ▶️️ (@davidradkowski) September 10, 2017 Yeah, this is probably a joke but if there is one thing I don’t want from Emacs, this is it.

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Emacs 25.3

Jeez! A guy can’t be away from the Internet for a couple of days without everything changing. One of those changes is that a new version of Emacs, version 25.3, has been released. This is an emergency release to fix … Continue reading

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Reading EPUBs in Emacs

In yet another win for moving your digital life into Emacs, wasamasa has released nov.el, a package for reading EPUBs in Emacs. Until now, I have always opted to get digital content as PDFs rather than EPUBs or MOBIs because … Continue reading

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Webster and Emacs

Yesterday, I mentioned that the 1913 + 1828 Webster’s Revised Unabridged Dictionary that used to be hosted by the University of Chicago appears to be permanently offline. Back in January, I wrote that I had emailed the site asking whether … Continue reading

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Emacs Lisp Development Tools

I just stumbled across a video of John Wiegley’s talk at the 2013 Emacs Lisp Development Conference on Elisp development tools. Wiegley covers some of the tools he uses in his own development. Many of those tools will be familiar … Continue reading

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A Little Red Meat for Emacsers

I don’t have anything interesting to say today so here’s a little red meat for Irreal’s Emacs lovers: Functional programmers who #Lisp need #Emacs and #ParEdit.Non-functional programmers want them.Dysfunctional programmers dislike them. :) — amen zwa ကျော်ဇွာ (@AmenZwa) August 17, … Continue reading

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A Personal Emacs Package Repo

As longtime Irreal readers know, I don’t worry about my init.el very much. Rather than organize my configuration into separate, function-specific files like my more organized colleagues, I just throw everything into a single init.el. I keep thinking I should … Continue reading

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Finding Unbalanced LaTeX Delimiters in Emacs

Here’s a handy tip from John Cook’s Tips Twitter feed (see here): Trying to find an unbalanced delimiter in LaTeX? If you're using Emacs you can run tex-validate-region to narrow down where the problem is. — TeX tips (@TeXtip) August … Continue reading

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