Posts Tagged ‘ editor ’

Emacs adventures | HCoder.org

November 30, 2011

As you know, emacs rocks. This blog post give us an “Emacs Sitemap” for the newbies, and I stress…(edited content…) EmacsWiki: you probably already know this one, but it’s pretty useful for a variety of reasons. EmacsRocks / @Emacsrocks: it’s a series of screencasts showing off cool, advanced Emacs features. Each screencast is...

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Emacs 23 is out!

July 30, 2009

“After only 2 years since the previous version, now emacs 23 .1 is available. It brings many new features, of which the support for anti-aliased fonts on X may be the most visible. Also, there is support for starting emacs in the background, so you can pop up new emacs windows in the blink...

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yasnippet – Google Code

July 6, 2009

YASnippet is a template system for emacs. It allows you to type a abbrevation and automatically expand the abbreviation into function templates. Bundled language templates includes: C, C++, C#, Perl, Python, Ruby, SQL, LaTeX, HTML, CSS and more. Yasnippet system is inspired from TextMate’s template system. You can use a tool to import any...

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[emacs] save a macro « /home/edivad

December 26, 2008

Once you have recorded a macro, you can save it for later usage on a file (or within your .emacs). The steps to follow in order to get this work, is (1) give a name to the macro, (2) insert it into a buffer. M-x name-last-kbd-macro RET my-cool-macro-name then (what I usually do), open...

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FAQ

December 21, 2008

What is  about Gioorgi.com? Last Update: May 2011 We try to write a series of articles focused on the  programming languages and freedom. The subject is vast, our mayor articles are about software, economy and politic (mostly italian politic, anyway), As a  plus, our old and evil italian and greek teachers (we have done...

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Site Update: Happy new editor!

February 28, 2007
Site Update: Happy new editor!

(First published on 2007-01-20) Hi all, ObjectsRoot now has correct story ordering ontags view! I am happy to announce I have just installed tinymce on my site. TinyMCE is a very nice javascript editor, also used in Drupal. What makes tinymce very nice in my humble own opinion, is its easy installation. You do not...

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