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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)
Today I took a light rail with my son, to bring him to school. That tram is 90 years old. It has been maintained for 90 years. Milan city sold some of them to San Francisco too.
Pandoc is an universal document converter to convert Markdown, Org-Mode, Html, Word documents from one markup format into another After using different tools, (including GNU info and SGML). I find out pandoc vert handy.
Ops I did it again. Although I repeatedly said I didn’t love emacs Lisp, I finally managed to learn it. So I want to share with you my tips, to help entering in the Emacs Lisp world in a fast, … Continue reading
I like a lot of programming languages. I do not love them with the same intensity. I do not love Lisp for its ((syntax))), but Lisp rocks for its purity: in a tiny bag of concept, you get a lot … Continue reading
Book review by Stefano Fago: This book introduce one of most interesting language of new wave of functional programming. You will find a complete overview of clojure language focusing in functional paradigm that can be the real obstacle for a … Continue reading