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Another Emacs/GCal Solution

Last month, I had three (1, 2, 3) posts on how people are integrating their Google Calendars with Emacs. The common idea was to be able to see some or all of the calendar items in Emacs. Mike Zmansky’s solution … Continue reading

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When Will I Learn All of Emacs?

Never, apparently I started using EMACS with Gosling Emacs in 1987. I'm still learning useful new key chords 30 years later. #oldcoder #emacs — awadelewis (@awadelewis) February 7, 2017

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Emacs 25.2 RC1

Emacs 25.2 is on its way. Nicolas Petton has announced that Emacs 25.2 RC1 is out.

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Choosing Emacs

Chris Siebenmann has made up his mind1. He was deliberating whether or not to give up Emacs and switch to Vim. He does a lot of sysadmin work and prefers Vim for that (although I think Tramp would go a … Continue reading

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Identifying an Emacs Commit

Marcin Borkowski (mbork) posted a handy bit of knowledge that I didn’t know about. If you’re one of the public benefactors willing to use the development versions of Emacs and report the bugs you find, you’ll want to submit the … Continue reading

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Emacs Quotes

I don’t have anything interesting to say today so here’s some amusing Emacs quotes for your entertainment. I especially like Sean McGrathi’s.

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A Reminder about Emacs Keybindings on MacOS

Recently, I’ve seen tweets such as this one: Some emacs commands work in OS X text fields https://t.co/iEjCjcHAVa #emacs — /r/Emacs (@EmacsReddit) January 14, 2017 It’s been a few years since I last wrote about that so here, as a … Continue reading

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Capturing Gcal for Display in Emacs

Ben Maughan has a post that represents another way of integrating Gcal into Emacs. In my first two posts on this, we looked at how Rainer König and Mike Zamansky imported their Google Calendars into their Org agendas. Maughan has … Continue reading

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Terminal vs. GUI Emacs

The Emacs subreddit has an excellent thread on terminal versus GUI for Emacs. It started when iamquah asked if there were any large disadvantages to running Emacs in a terminal rather than using the GUI version. He’s a recent convert … Continue reading

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Devops with Emacs

Alexey Koval has a nice post illustrating some of his devops workflow using Emacs. In a way, devops brings together most of the chores that folks use Emacs for. You edit files on remote machines to adjust configurations, you write … Continue reading

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