Send the current line to the REPL, evaluate it and move to the next line. Works for lots of languages and does the
right thing navigating to the next line.
If you learned this in ESS then you already love it. If you didn’t then you probably will now
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Whether you use Org-Mode Literate Programming to manage your Emacs startup or not, you will enjoy testing your configuration files changes in
another Emacs instance:
alias ets="emacs --debug-init --no-init-file --no-splash --background-color white --foreground-color black --vertical-scroll-bars --eval '(switch-to-buffer \"*Messages*\")' --name TEST --title TEST --load ~/src/help/.emacs.el &"
For Sun workstation bootup nostalgia the buffer has black text on a white background.
Have you spent hundreds of hours configuring and thinking about Emacs?
And despite that your fondness for it only continues to grow?
And when you can’t explain to your friends why you love Emacs you chalk it up to your own poor communication skills.
But here is
I dare you to watch all eleven minutes.
Alternate title: “Emacs: You Came For A Bargain And Left With A Treasure”
It might be hard to admit it for us Emacsers but most of us are pretty comfortable using Excel (or its clones) for data management. Maybe the fun stops there but it doesn’t have to.
Here are the two most important functions for getting the most out of working together with Org-Mode data tables and Excel (without having to use literate programming):
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Here is how to keep Emacs healthy and happy on macOS on my machine.
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Here is the best Occur configuration that I’ve ever had on my machine.
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ox-epub let’s you export Org-Mode documents to EPUB.
Org-Mode mailing list.
Move the buffer contents and cursor up or down by one line
"M-p") (kbd "C-u 1 C-v"))
(global-set-key (kbd "M-n") (kbd "C-u 1 M-v"))
They say that Emacs was inspired by real LISP machines from Symbolics and more. Here are two of those Symbolics machines for sale on eBay:
A Mac with a LISP machine inside of it is pretty cool.