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Half-day emacs workshop with RMS !

http://www.pubbs.net

«...RMS visit of our capital has been discussed on this list before, and I'm sure those of you who want to attent the public lecture next week, have already registered etc. The reason for my writing, however, is not to remind people of this, but to bring to your attention the rather unique opportunity to participate in a half-day workshop given by the man himself on our favorite text editor.

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guile and emacs and elisp, oh my!

https://jugglingbits.wordpress.com

«Emacs would be faster, more powerful, and have the ability to access all of Guile's facilities -- the Scheme language, other languages implemented for Guile (Javascript, Lua, ...), a proper ffi, dynamically loadable libraries, a module system, the numeric tower (rationals, bignums, etc), Guile's existing libraries, delimited continuations (!), fast bytevector access, native threads, etc.» &mdas

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ANNOUNCE: spread.el, a Spread Toolkit client for Emacs

http://lists.spread.org

"Hi, Announcing an implementation of the Spread Toolkit client protocol for Emacs Lisp: ..."

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Banish mouse pointer on emacs

http://puntoblogspot.blogspot.com

"In ratpoison and stumpwm, there's a 'banish' command that exiles the mouse pointer to a corner of the screen. It's quite useful when you don't want the mouse to distract you or clobber the text you are writing [...] emacs has a more sophisticated way to do it..."

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wanderlust tips and tricks

http://emacs-fu.blogspot.com

"Earlier, I spoke of the wonderful Wanderlust e-mail client. After years of using mutt, I am a quite happy Wanderlust-user now. Now, it's few months since my conversion, time to discuss some of the customizations I did. Not all the defaults are so well-chosen (in my opinion), but fortunately, the package is very configurable..."

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Emacs Lisp revived

http://lists.gnu.org

"Hi all, I finally started real work on implementing the elisp compiler and just pushed a first start-off code to branch elisp. It is however not yet usable for anything, but also already has some very few things done..."

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Working With Multiple Database Using Emacs

http://www.squidoo.com

"In my experience it is rare that you will work with a single database. even if you have data in only one region, you will hopefully at least have a QA database. Therefore to be a serious tool, you need to have some way of making it easy to query multiple databases. Can we extend sql-mode or db-mode to do what we need?

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The Power That is GNU Emacs

http://sigusr2.net

"If you've never been convinced before that Emacs is the text editor in which dreams are made from, or that inside Emacs there are unicorns manipulating your text, don't expect me to convince you [...] You see, Emacs isn't a text editor. Emacs is a programming language that you can use to write your own text editor..."

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Extensibility in Vim and Emacs

http://items.sjbach.com

"Emacs and Vim both provide facility for extension. But as they represent divergent philosophies — Vim following the “small is beautiful” and “do one thing well” precepts of Unix, Emacs coming from a belief that the editor is an operational hub — they have different objectives here..."

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Interactive HTML development in Emacs

http://people.internetconnection.net

"I accidentally discovered mozrepl today. It’s clearly designed for JavaScript development, but I thought it might be interesting for HTML development as well, and hacked the following together: ..."

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AutoComplete.el : Python Code Completion in Emacs

http://www.enigmacurry.com

"A friend of mine and I like to show off to each other little Emacs tips and tricks we learn. Today, he introduced to me the very cool AutoComplete.el package.

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Extending Emacs with Advice

http://www.enigmacurry.com

"The greatest single thing about Emacs is it's extensibility. If you think Emacs is missing something, or don't like how something works, you can change it. But that's true of any free software.

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The Hitchhiker’s Guide to an Ioke Dev Env From Source (part 3: emacs-starter-kit)

http://martin.elwin.com

"...The emacs-starter-kit is a set of base configuration for Emacs. It contains a bnumber of useful elisp libraries, with a slight focus on dynamic languages. To install it, perform the following steps..."

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ELisp best practices?

http://andreasjacobsen.com

"I’ve spent some time looking at Emacs Lisp lately and there’s a weird ecosystem going on there. ELisp (and I’m thinking primarily about Emacs configuration here) tends to grow organically, because it’s paced by a person’s learning of the editor. Every now and then someone needs a new function, and they either search or ask around for something similar.

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mediawiki.el - Emacs mode for editting MediaWiki pages

http://www.openweblog.com

"...if you use Emacs and edit MediaWiki pages, check out mediawiki.el and let me know what you think. I'm especially interested in bug reports from anyone."

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