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Handling 4 Kinds of Return in Org Mode

You might want more than a few ways to “return” when inside of Org; I did.

You Probably Want org-return-indent Bound to Return

Started questioning why after hitting RETURN while in lists I have to hit TAB to get indented properly. Kind of a dead giveaway that I should be return-and-indenting! Looked at org-return to find that it has an argument about indenting and then saw that org-return-indent passes it for you. With that in mind, RETURN is […]

VIM is a Perfect Configuration of EMACS

VIM is a perfect configuration of EMACS that has replaced Elisp with Vimscript and heavily utilizes transient keymaps and/or Hydras.

The Purpose of EMACS

The purpose of EMACS is to provide an environment for the unlimited expression of your creativity in which you can revel in the definition of as many boundaries as you wish, and then exceed them, repeatedly.

How to backward delete a word in Emacs

M-DEL

Eclim: The power of Eclipse in your favorite editor

Eclim provides the ability to access Eclipse code editing features (code completion, searching, code validation, and many more) via the command line or a local network connection, allowing those features to be integrated with your favorite editor. Eclim provides an integration with Vim, but third party clients have been created to add eclim support to […]

Emacs, Calendars, Google, and Org Mode

This post has a few nice links. emacs-calfw is calendar framework for Emacs. google-maps displays Google Maps directly inside Emacs. org-gcal.el synchronizes org-mode with Google Calendar.

key-combo and the Spread of Great Ideas

I love watching great ideas percolate through the file editor ecosystem. My cup of tea is Emacs, so I notice it most there, but it happens all over the place. For example EasyMotion appeared in VIM and jumped to Emacs AceJump and then to IntelliJ (and all its children). If you are an Emacs user […]

Nice HTML Slide Export in Org-Mode with org-ioslide

Here is the project. Link via reddit.

How to Type the OSX “Pretzel” Key in Unicode

Emacs tells you everything that you need to know about it using describe-char: position: 927 of 1056 (88%), column: 33 character: ⌘ (displayed as ⌘) (codepoint 8984, #o21430, #x2318) preferred charset: unicode (Unicode (ISO10646)) code point in charset: 0x2318 script: symbol syntax: . which means: punctuation category: .:Base, j:Japanese to input: type “C-x 8 RET […]