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eproject

http://blog.jrock.us

«For a long time, I've had a hack in my local elisp directory that let me easily visit related files in my perl projects [...] Now that I've started programming more frequently in other languages, I've missed having this feature. Instead of hacking something together for every other language I might use, I decided to generalize the concept of a "project" and "related files".

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Getting UTF-8 working in Emacs inside a terminal SSH session

http://skybert.wordpress.com

"I can’t believe this can be so difficult! I’ve for a long time used Emacs and VM for one of a couple of email accounts. It’s great, fast and wonderful. However, Emacs VM doesn’t deal with IMAP that well and I decided last month to ditch it for Mutt [...] So now, I get full UTF-8 support as well as Emacs shortcuts when running Mutt/Emacs inside an SSH session! "

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Write or Die: Now on Emacs!

http://hackjam.blogspot.com

"For those of you that write, or wish you wrote, or otherwise procrastinate while performing text-based activities, try out write-or-die [...] However, I use emacs; and switching from my carefully-tuned text-editor extraordinaire to a javascript-based text-box is a bit of a disappointment.

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Effective Emacs

http://steve.yegge.googlepages.com

A must read from Steve Yegge, published Jan 23, 2005, last update, Mar 12, 2006 ;-)

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How I Use Emacs ansi-term

http://jfm3-repl.blogspot.com

"Paddy Mullen asked about ansi-term in the comments to an unrelated post. Here is how I use ansi-term. What I need initially is a way to get an ansi-term up right away, so I started by binding ansi-term to F2..."

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The Emacs Way

http://patricklogan.blogspot.com

«I had a good beer talk this week with Merlyn about IDEs and Emacs. Merlyn's been playing with Clojure, a Lisp for the JVM [...] After the meeting, over at the Side Door, with a good, draft Pilsner in hand, I was asked by Merlyn, "What's the fundamental difference between an IDE like IntelliJ or Eclipse and Emacs?" ...»

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EMACS: The Extensible, Customizable Display Editor - by Richard Stallman, 1981

http://www.gnu.org

"EMACS(1) is a real-time display editor which can be extended by the user while it is running. Extensibility means that the user can add new editing commands or change old ones to fit his editing needs, while he is editing. EMACS is written in a modular fashion, composed of many separate and independent functions.

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New versions of ruby-mode.el and inf-ruby.el

http://groups.google.com

"Hello fellows. I'm in the process of submitting ruby-mode.el and inf-ruby.el to Emacs and ELPA. I've made some pretty wide-sweeping changes to inf-ruby.el to make it conform a little more closely to Emacs coding conventions, and I've made a few changes to ruby-mode.el as well..."

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Ejacs: a JavaScript interpreter for Emacs

http://steve-yegge.blogspot.com

"Ejacs is an Ecma-262 compliant JavaScript interpreter written entirely in Emacs Lisp. It should work in GNU Emacs versions 22 and higher..." via http://code.google.com/p/ejacs/

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from Vim to Emacs - part 2

http://upsilon.cc

"A while ago I've blogged about my switch from Vim to Emacs, promising a blog post series, quite a mouthful :-) nevertheless, it's time to continue the series. The first part was about why I think that nowadays Emacs is ready to be switching to. This second part is about flawed Vim design choices which substantially contributed to my choice..."

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Calling org-remember from inside conkeror

http://tsdh.wordpress.com

"I use Carsten Dominik’s great emacs package org-mode for project planning, appointments and TODOs... One cool feature is that it integrates nicely with the remember package. So when an idea comes into my mind I need to remember for later, I hit M-x org-remember RET which presents me a buffer with a custom template, I type my note and hit C-c C-c.

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Sun Microsystems Type 6 USB keyboard, Ubuntu GNU/Linux, Emacs and flexibility

http://ileriseviye.org

"It was time for a better keyboard because the one I plugged to my Lenovo 3000 N100 laptop was an IBM keyboard with a very strange layout, putting the PgDn, PgUp, Home, End and Ins keys in very strange places. The situation was no more bearable.

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StumpWM: A Minimalist Window Manager

http://funpro.blogspot.com

"StumpWM is a window manager implemented entirely in Common Lisp. After using GNOME and then KDE for a very long time, I decided to try StumpWM..."

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stumpwm mail/message notifications from Emacs Jabber - walkthrough

http://www.hackerbliss.org

"Over the weekend, I got to install the stumpwm window manager on SBCL, and its absolutely brilliant. A tiling, fully keyboard controlled extensible window manager..."

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blog.el - 0.1 - WordPress client for Emacs

http://lists.gnu.org

"Hi all, I'm a new Emacs LISP programmer, and I've created a blog client similar to weblogger-mode, but it allows one to type posts in muse-mode. The client is still in primitive stage but at least it allows one to post to web-log. It requires muse-mode{,-html}.el and xml-rpc.el Emacs LISP libraries to be present somewhere in load-path. To use it, follow the instructions below: ..."

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