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Emacs Day 0 - A friendly introduction to Emacs

Hello friend (in Elliot Alderson’s voice),

A difference to many of the articles, beginner’s guides, and tutorials, I have not been using Emacs for a while. 1,015 more words


Emacs is hurting Clojure 

Emacs is a very powerful text editor and its popularity amongst Clojurians is easily understood. Emacs has a long tradition in the Lisp communities as it’s written, in a big part, in a flavor of Lisp called Emacs Lisp. 312 more words


How to delete an unused server from GNUS

OK – the summary:

  1. Kill all groups in that server
  2. remove it from gnus.el config file
  3. quit gnus
  4. quit emacs
  5. restart emacs and gnus
  6. and the server is (hopefully) gone.
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EMACS 25.1 + SLIME on Windows 10

Here is my Lisp Development Environment setup on Windows 10:

  1. Clozure Lisp http://ccl.clozure.com/
    Unzip the Windows Zip ftp://ftp.clozure.com/pub/release/1.11/ccl-1.11-windows.zip
    Add the Lisp path to PATH variable.
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GNU Emacs

An extensible, customizable, free/libre text editor — and more.
At its core is an interpreter for Emacs Lisp, a dialect of the Lisp programming language with extensions to support text editing.


Play hidden arcade games in emacs

Who doesn’t like retro gaming? No honestly, who doesn’t? This might not be the right article for you if you don’t like them, but there is a way to play nice hidden mini games, that come with the terminal text-editor emacs, for everyone else. 290 more words


Emacs 25.1 has been released

As announced on emacs-devel mailing list:


“Highlights of this release include:

  • Emacs can now load shared/dynamic libraries (modules)
  • Experimental support for Cairo drawing
  • Enhanced network security (TLS/SSL certificate validity and the…
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