Tag Archives: Emacs

Fontifying Completed Checkbox Items

Matus Goljer (Fuco1) has another excellent suggestion in his latest blog posting. A recent project required a large list of tasks to be completed, which he tracked with Org mode checkboxes. The problem was that it was visually confusing and … Continue reading

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A Nice Trick for Literate Configurations

Marco Wahl has a nice Emacs literate configuration that’s worth taking a look at for some of his ideas. What I really like, though, is his trick for making the tangled init.el read-only to remind himself and others not to … Continue reading

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Using Org Mode for Writing

Over at the Emacs subreddit, willmhorne asks how people use Org’s outlining capabilities for essays, books, and other long-form writing. Most Org users have their own answers to this but it’s very interesting and useful to see what others have … Continue reading

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Importing Tables to Org with Pasting

Ben Maughan over at Pragmatic Emacs has a nifty animation showing how easy it is to import data from a PDF by pasting it into a buffer and then using Emacs’ excellent tools to reformat it to the desired form.

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A DSL for Elfeed

As Irreal regulars know, I’m now reading my feeds with Elfeed. It put one more frequent task under Emacs and generally makes organizing and dealing with the feeds easier. Because of my Elfeed adoption, I’ve been paying more attention to … Continue reading

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35 Coding Habits to Avoid

Christian Maioli Mackeprang has an interesting post on 35 habits that can negatively affect your coding. I’ll let you read them and make your own judgments as to their value for your situation but I’d like to comment on two … Continue reading

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A Clojure Workflow

Manuel Uberti has a nice post that describes his Clojure workflow. What struck me is how generally applicable it is. Sure, if you aren’t doing Clojure you won’t care about Cider but everyone can profit from packages like, Projectile, Smartparens, … Continue reading

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Quick Check on Files With counsel-ag

The more I use swiper and counsel to more impressed I become. On reddit’s Emacs subreddit, the_whalerus asks how he can take a peak at files he found with counsel-ag to decide which one he wants to work on. As … Continue reading

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Dumb-jump in Action

The other day I wrote that I was considering installing dumb-jump and giving it a try. I did that and have been using it since I watched Mike Zamansky’s video on Projectile and Dumb-jump. It really is the sweet spot … Continue reading

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Org 9.0.7

Org mode has a bug fix out. I track Org on Melpa but if you don’t, now is a good time to update. If you do track Org on Melpa, the new version is there and ready for update. #emacs … Continue reading

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