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A must-see of advanced babel usage in org with R

This post is a must-see of advanced babel usage in org with R

Perl regex builder in emacs

Perl regex builder in emacs Read the wiki and there are 2 options Best is this Roughly confirmed that is the best and newest Set up an el-get for it tonight Played around for while can’t get el-get to load it I can’t even load it myself Probably my fault Posted ticket on github page […]

Edit a source block with its name shown in org

My preference is to rely upon heading property inheritance to define source block names. That way, you can just do your work knowing “where” you are working and keep it simple by not having to name everything. That was just fine until I wrote a document where I needed to name each source block. It […]

R Markdown

R Markdown is an authoring format that enables easy creation of dynamic documents, presentations, and reports from R. It combines the core syntax of markdown (an easy-to-write plain text format) with embedded R code chunks that are run so their output can be included in the final document. R Markdown documents are fully reproducible (they […]

zk-phi releases two perhaps necessary packages for Emacs

You may not be totally sure why, but you will immediately feel like you ought to install the following two packages for Emacs: [indent-guide] show vertical lines to guide indentation [highlight-stages] highlight staged (quasi-quoted) expressions

Problems installing (M)ELPA packages

In Problems installing (M)ELPA packages Sebastien wrote: While using `package.el’ fulfills a long-awaited dream for easily adding and upgrading Emacs libraries, I now feel upgrading packages is much more complex than what I anticipated. At least two of the packages I use daily (Org and Helm) require to be installed from inside a fresh Emacs […]

elpakit

elpakit Let’s you build repositories and archives of repositories. Via reddit.

Testing Emacs Packages: surprisingly non-awful

Testing Emacs Packages: surprisingly non-awful is a nice example of one approach to testing Emacs Lisp.

A progress indicator for code blocks in org-mode

A progress indicator for code blocks in org-mode courtesy of John Kitchin: ;; give us some hint we are running (defadvice org-babel-execute-src-block (around progress nil activate) (set-face-attribute ‘org-block-background nil :background “LightSteelBlue”) (message “Running your code block”) ad-do-it (set-face-attribute ‘org-block-background nil :background “gray”) (message “Done with code block”))

The Go Developers Almanac

Go is a very enticing language. Not having taken more than a light jump into it, it has all the brevity of what I remember as a student learning C combined with the modern library support of Python today. Wanting to find the Go equivelant of The Java Developers Almanac, I ended up at socketloop.com. […]