Tag Archives: Emacs

Configuring Emacs for PHP

Ben Simon has a nice post on setting up Emacs for PHP. I don't write in PHP and have no plans to start but Simon says it's hard to get an intelligent setup for it that works for all PHP … Continue reading

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Resistance is Futile...

…you will be assimilated: What is the opposite of #emacs evil-mode? I mapped Ctrl-A & Ctrl-E in #Vim to beginning/ end of line did I do something dirty? — Thom Nichols (@thom_nic) August 10, 2016

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Data Sharing in Publications

John Kitchin has a really interesting article in ACS Catalysis on Effective Data Sharing in Scientific Publishing. In it, Kitchin discusses various strategies for embedding supporting data—such as tables and processing code—in a publication's PDF or source file so that … Continue reading

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Say What?!?

I don't have the words… Beyond #Emacs vs. VIM: a colleague who runs Notepad++ using WINE on Ubuntu GNU/Linux. — Emre Sevinç (@EmreSevinc) August 19, 2016

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Reading Code with Emacs

I have long believed that one of the best ways to move from journeyman to master coder is to read the code of the masters. I learned most of my advanced C techniques by reading the Unix source code. Other … Continue reading

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Scimax

The ACM Technews newsletter has a short piece on John Kitchin's Scimax project. Here's the CMU article on Scimax, which gives an overview of the project. Basically, Scimax is the collection of (mostly) Elisp utilities that Kitchin has put together … Continue reading

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Mark Rectangle

If you're like me you don't often have occasion to mark rectangles so it's easy to forget how simple it is to do. Here's a nice reminder from Tony Garnock-Jones. TIL C-x space, "rectangle-mark-mode". All these years. #emacs — Tony … Continue reading

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Capturing BibTeX Entries with Google Scholar

Brad Collins has a nice post on collecting BibTeX citations. As he notes, there are plenty of articles on how to generate a citation in Org mode from a BibTeX entry but not on how to gather the entries to … Continue reading

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König #28: Publishing

Rainer König has posted the latest video in his Orgmode Tutorial series. This time he looks at publishing. Publishing is a sort of generalization of exporting that allows you export whole projects at a time. König begins by showing us … Continue reading

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Abo-abo Screencast

Abo-abo has a new screencast up that demonstrates his refactoring workflow. Watch it and be amazed at how fast he navigates through his code. Part of the demonstration is the best non-trivial use of keyboard macros that I can remember. … Continue reading

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