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Extending ERC with Emacs Lisp

http://keramida.wordpress.com

"ERC is an IRC client written in Emacs Lisp. This makes ERC very easy to extend, customize and otherwise adapt to your personal style. A nice features of the standard ERC distribution is that you can extend the set of commands available on your IRC prompt by writing short Emacs Lisp functions. When you define a function called “erc-cmd-XXX” it instantly becomes available as an IRC command..."

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Automatically Inserting Matching Parentheses for LaTeX in Emacs

http://siliconfunda.blogspot.com

"My use of emacs varies, but a good chunk of my time is spent writing in LaTeX for mathematical formulae. AuCTeX simplifies my life quite a bit, and whizzytex makes it awesome. But one feature that would really save me some typing is auto-completion of matching parenthetical symbols..."

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js-comint.el - an interactive javascript mode for use with js2-mode.

http://community.livejournal.com

"...Js-comint.el is a javascript comint mode which lets you run a javascript interpreter from within emacs. It's hosted on http://sourceforge.net/projects/js-comint-el and has a web page which can be found here: http://js-comint-el.sourceforge.net/ ..."

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A Brief Introduction to Emacs psvn

http://www.tedcarnahan.com

"...As the resident Emacs guru, I was recently asked by a coworker to write up some tips on using the Emacs psvn mode for doing integrated work on Subversion repositories and Trac. You can download the latest copy here: psvn.el ..."

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Elisp Wrapper For Perl Scripts - Xah Lee, 2008-10

http://www.xahlee.org

"This page shows a example of writing a emacs lisp function that process text on the current region, by calling a external perl script. So that you can use your existing knowledge in a scripting language for text processing as emacs commands..."

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Emacs: newsticker 1.99

http://lists.gnu.org

"This is version 1.99 of newsticker, an RSS and Atom reader (sometimes called "aggregator" or "Feed Reader") for Emacs. Newsticker is part of GNU Emacs. This version has been integrated in Emacs' CVS repository..."

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Adventures in Haskell

http://micah.cowan.name

"So, the last few weeks I’ve been learning the Haskell programming language, and thought I’d share my thoughts on it. Haskell is a pure functional programming language that supports lazy evaluation (I’ll explain all that in a moment), which has been gaining popularity in some circles (and particularly among academia and computer lingusts).

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Emacs and W3M: Toggling between work and the Web

http://sachachua.com

"Here's a handy shortcut that toggles between the W3M web browser and other buffers you're working on. I use it to quickly switch between code and documentation (or your favorite timewasting site, as it also makes a handy boss key).

Define the function by adding the following code to your ~/.emacs: ..."

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ES4 is Dead. Long Live ES4!

http://ejohn.org

Thomas Lord: «...The more urgent issue concerns the emerging W3C-based world: what will GNU have to offer there?» --
Miles Bader: «Hopefully, an alternative...» --

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Why browse the Web in Emacs?

http://sachachua.com

"With Emacs' reputation for including everything _and_ the kitchen sink, you probably won't be surprised to hear that there's more than one way to surf the Internet using your text editor. With today's Javascript- and image-heavy websites, it can be hard to believe that anyone would use a text-based browser with limited support for many of the things we take for granted.

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GNU needs to embrace the web !!

http://lists.gnu.org

Thomas Lord: «...The more urgent issue concerns the emerging W3C-based world: what will GNU have to offer there?» -- *

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Talk at MPI Cologne: Emacs in Scientific Research

http://www.davids-world.com

"I'm giving a talk at the Max Planck Institute for Neurological Research in Cologne on Monday 3 August, 1.30-3pm. Here's the abstract: Emacs in Scientific Research ..."

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Mode-Aware Google Help in Emacs

http://davidavraamides.net

"While surfing the other night, I ran across a nice Emacs Lisp function for using Google to do context-sensitive help from inside Emacs.I liked how simple it was, and had always been curious about writing some Emacs lisp code (my .emacs file is a random collection of snippets I egregiously pilfered from various locations), so I thought I would enhance the solution by making it aware of what major-

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IDE Skeleton

http://lists.gnu.org

"Ide-skel is a skeleton (or framework) of IDE for Emacs users. Like Eclipse, it can be used as is with some predefined plugins on board, but is designed to extend by Emacs Lisp programmers to suite their own needs. [...] http://www.emacswiki.org/cgi-bin/wiki/IdeSkel [...] The only currently known external plugin for ide-skel is SqlPlus (http://www.emacswiki.org/cgi-bin/wiki/SqlPlus)."

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Emacs Gnus: Filter Spam

http://sachachua.com

"(draft for an upcoming book called Wicked Cool Emacs)

Ah, spam, the bane of our Internet lives. There is no completely reliable way to automatically filter spam. Spam messages that slip through the filters and perfectly legitimate messages that get labelled spam are all part of the occupational hazards of using the Internet..."

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