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Integrating package.el & Packaging on Emacs

http://technomancy.us

«...I've just implemented support for multiple package sources in package.el. Right now it is preconfigured to use ELPA, but the following snippet will let it pull in packages from my own archive source as well...» — via Phil Hagelberg

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install(Erl) ->

http://langnostic.blogspot.com

"...Turns out that Erlang comes with its own Emacs mode. I guess the guys and gals over at Ericsson labs are all Emacs hackers too. (As an aside, I also found one post from a user who highly recommended the Erlang emacs mode, even to users of other editors. His advice ran something like "What you'll want to do is type $> vim ~/.emacs and edit that file to include your Erlang path".

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GNU Emacs for Nokia N900

http://sumoudou.org

"I've compiled GNU Emacs 23.1.1 for use on the Nokia N900 GNU mobile phone. There are two ways to install it: ..." — via John Sullivan

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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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Emacs: a tutorial for beginners

http://www.tuxradar.com

We're all set to put our feet up and wait for Santa to deliver nice presents, but before we do that we have a present for you: an all-encompassing Emacs tutorial that takes you from getting started all the way through customisation and how to use it for different purposes.

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Rudel: a collaborative editing environment for GNU Emacs

http://technomancy.us

"Rudel is a collaborative editing environment for GNU Emacs. It supports multiple backends to enable communication with other collaborative editors using different protocols (most notably Gobby)..."

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Emacs: Org-mode release 6.31

http://lists.gnu.org

"Hi, I have released Org-mode 6.31. Biggest news is the inclusion of Org-babel. Thanks to Eric Schulte and Dan Davison for their work on this..."

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Emacs: Upstream has merged CEDET branch to trunk

http://lists.gnu.org

"I have merged most of the CEDET branch into the trunk. You may need to bootstrap; please let me know if there are any build failures..."

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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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My Emacs for Rails

http://blog.wyeworks.com

"I’d like to share with the community my emacs init file and a set of plugins to give a nicer experience on Ruby on Rails development, which you can checkout from ..." --

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Using GDB with Emacs

http://sa-swargam.blogspot.com

People starting to program with GNU/Linux often asks whether there exist a good IDE in GNU/Linux world. Well, there are; like the Eclipse, nothing comes in front of Emacs. Here is how GDB (GNU Debugger) can be used with Emacs.

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SELF News August 2009

http://selfproject.eu


1. End of the EC funded period - Wouter Tebbens (FKI)
2. News from the development team - Nagarjuna G. (HBCSE)
3. UOC to use SELF at their new Master Programme on Free Software...
4. FKI and UOC setting up the Free Technology Academy - David Jacovkis (UOC)
5. Vía Libre collaborates in the organisation of Wikimania 2009
6. Join SELF!

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[e|c]tags With Emacs and Vim

http://www.serverwatch.com

The exuberant-ctags package offers some of the source code navigation features of an IDE within Emacs or Vim.

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Created by lando 5 years 3 weeks ago – Made popular 5 years 3 weeks ago
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Bash Shell Course: Text Editors

http://beginlinux.com

The focus of this 10 page mini-course is to provide a foundation for using basic text editors. At some time everyone who uses Linux will need a text editor. One of the most important reasons for learning vi is that it is loaded on every Linux distro by default whereas others like nano or emacs are not. So whatever text editor you choose be sure you load it and use it before you need it.

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Created by aweber 5 years 4 weeks ago – Made popular 5 years 4 weeks ago
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