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Tag Archives: emacs
Emacs Repeat complex command
A very useful friend to make a elisp function starting from your….last command C-x ESC ESC (translated from C-x <escape> <escape>) runs the command repeat-complex-command (found in global-map), which is an interactive compiled Lisp function in ‘simple.el’. It is bound … Continue reading
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Emacs absolute minimum setup
Sometimes I need a very very fast start on emacs. If you have the same need, put this in your init.el and live happy: (cua-mode) (setq select-active-region nil) (setq mouse-drag-copy-region t) (global-set-key [mouse-2] 'mouse-yank-at-click)
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Emacs Multi cursor!
Some “new” shiny IDE feature smart multi line editing, for instance for easily copy-past a block of code and then modifying it “live”. Sublime text has some feature like this…. and Emacs? Emacs has a package for it called…Multiple cursors! This … Continue reading
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Emacs insert series
In Excel you can easily fill in a column with a list of values. Some times also in Emacs you my need to write down a bunch of similar code. The dotimes function with the “elsp eval” M-x : (Esc … Continue reading
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Emacs 64bit for windows
Okey, getting emacs working on Windows is a pain, but we deserve a better editor for us(tm). I havce found a bunch of emacs alternative distributions, and this 64bit build seems a nice shot
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Userful Commands: keep-lines sort-lines For more similar options, see this “working with lines” For playing with rectangles of text, see this tip
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Did you know? Emacs supports killing rectangles of text! Issuing “C-x r k” (kill-rectangle) will kill a rectangular area of text. This can be very useful when you have fixed-string text you must process. yank-rectangle “C-x r y” will paste it where … Continue reading
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