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An Emacs Tutorial Series

Mickael Kerjean has an interesting series of Emacs tutorials over at his blog. He approaches the tutorials from the point of view of the learning path that he would have liked to follow when he learned Emacs. The tutorials are … Continue reading

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Some Common Items for Your Emacs Configuration

Xah Lee has a nice page describing some common configuration settings that you can add to your init.el. It covers such things as how to show line numbers, have sentences end with a single space, and many others (see below). … Continue reading

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Replacing Scrivener with Emacs

If you’re a writer who’s been using Scrivener, here’s a video on replacing Scrivener with Emacs and Org mode. The author is really a Vim guy so he’s using Evil but that’s really just a detail. His configuration as well … Continue reading

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Karl Voit's Emacs Configuration

Karl Voit is an expert on organizing and storing information. One of his basic building blocks is Emacs and Org mode. It’s interesting, therefore, to see the history of how he’s organized his Emacs configuration. If you follow the link … Continue reading

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Another Emacs Mail Solution

I’ve recently blogged about Emacs solutions to handling email. As most of you know by now, I’ve settled on mu/mu4e and have been extraordinarily happy with it. Still, not everyone has the same workflow or likes the same things. Andy … Continue reading

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How to Read the Commentary Section of Emacs Packages

Alexandro de Oliveira has a problem that I’ve also experienced. He wants to know how he can read a complete description of a package such as that given on its Elpa page. He asked on Stack Exchange and gave as … Continue reading

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A Company-wide Emacs Configuration

Daniel Gopar over at Emacs.el has another of his Emacs chats up. This time he talks to Charles Lowell from Frontside Software. What’s interesting about Frontside is that they have a company-wide, shared Emacs configuration. All the developers use the … Continue reading

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LSP Coming to Emacs?

Those of you who follow the Emacs scene will remember that last year there was a big kerfuffle about whether or not GCC should export its AST so that Emacs, for instance, could use it to provide better syntactic and … Continue reading

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Arjen Wiersma's Emacs Configuration

I was trolling through the Emacs tweets when I saw one entitled “Emacs 25.2 Released” with a link to a video. I thought it was going to be a discussion of the new things in Emacs 25.21 but it turned … Continue reading

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Ogbe's Literate Emacs Configuration

Dennis Ogbe is an EE PhD student at Purdue whom I’ve written about before (1, 2, 3). He’s very good at leveraging Emacs and Org mode in his workflow, both in his studies and his blog. Recently, I saw this … Continue reading

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