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The Emacs configuration for normal operations on my system has loads of useful and powerful packages loaded. Sometimes they interfere with the normal operation of org-html-export-to-*, though. The simplest way to address those issues is to generate two confirmation files: one for full-blown Emacs use and another just for doing exports. With literate programming in […]
It would be nice to have a lovingly supported CLIPS mode along with org-mode literate programming (babel) and a clear legal pedigree.
Cask is the best way to manage your Emacs packages and MELPA is the best place to find them. Because not all packages are set up to be run specifically with the packaging in mind, a lot of feature are still loaded manually (additionally, I am to be blamed for setting them up incorrectly and […]
org-indent-mode immediately struck me as perfect, but my personal preference is to limit text width something around 80 columns. Making org-hide-leading-stars true is the perfect balance. orgmk seems to simplify org-mode exporting. org2blog/wp looks very interesting, but manually posting is easy enough for now. Some users visualize source block delimeters differently. Those visualizations might be […]
Wanting to set up a pleasant shell environment in Emacs, I invested in getting Eshell happy. Everything went well but the fact that directory name completion doesn’t work. The error message appeared: Invalid variable reference Lately I’ve been learning more about how to develop (or re-learning depending upon how you look at it) so I […]
Wanting to learn literate programming in org-mode I figured that my Emacs configuration would be the simplest place to start. In that regard I was right, it just took a lot more work then I had expected, and that is OK. It was a non-trivial effort and I learned a lot. In my mind, the […]
You can also just call org-insert-link with a “C-u” prefix. That will give you the regular find-file interface, and then insert a link to whatever file you find. Very useful! – Eric Abrahamsen