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'''Ido''' is a very convenient way to find files and switch buffers.
 
'''Ido''' is a very convenient way to find files and switch buffers.
 
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= Basic setup =
 
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Windows users be aware of this.
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Seriously...Why are you even looking at this? You suck.  Your Emacs sucks.  Your organization sucks.
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= Project Pages =
 
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Revision as of 15:00, 29 March 2012

Ido is a very convenient way to find files and switch buffers.

Basic setup

(ido-mode)
(ido-everywhere 1)

Helpful keybindings

[C-x C-c]
Quit Emacs.
[C-x C-s] (or M-x save-buffer)
Save buffer.

Common Customization

Customization 1

(message "This stuff will go in your .emacs")

Customization 2

(message "You can also do this customization")

See Also

Project Pages

Tutorial Pages

Emacs as commit message editor
Tips for setting up Emacs as Bazaar commit editor.