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'''{{{1}}}''' is a wonderful mode which does wonderful things.
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= Basic setup =
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Install these third party libraries or read this section before proceeding.
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= Helpful keybindings =
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; {{Keys|C-x C-c}}
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: Quit Emacs.
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; {{CommandKeys|C-x C-s|save-buffer}}
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: Save buffer.
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= Common Customization =
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== Customization 1 ==
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<source lang="lisp">
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(message "This stuff will go in your .emacs")
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</source>
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== Customization 2 ==
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<source lang="lisp">
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(message "You can also do this customization")
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</source>
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= [[GNU/Linux]] =
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== GNU/Linux Notes 1 ==
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== GNU/Linux Notes 2 ==
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== OS X Notes 1 ==
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== OS X Notes 2 ==
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Windows users be aware of this.
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== Windows Notes 2 ==
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= [[Emacs-24]] =
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Emacs-24 specific notes.
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== Emacs-24 specific notes 1 ==
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= [[Emacs-23]] =
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Emacs-23 is not as great as Emacs-24. You will have these problems and you can workaround it this way.
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== Emacs-23 specific notes 1 ==
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= [[Emacs-22]] =
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Seriously...Why are you even looking at this? You suck.  Your Emacs sucks.  Your organization sucks.
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== Emacs-24 specific notes 1 ==
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== Emacs-24 specific notes 2 ==
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= Recommended Reading =
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= Project Pages =
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* [http://bazaar.canonical.com/en/ Bazaar]
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;[http://wiki.bazaar.canonical.com/EmacsTips Emacs as commit message editor] 
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:Tips for setting up Emacs as Bazaar commit editor.
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See info pages on ispell.
 
See info pages on ispell.
  

Revision as of 02:47, 28 March 2012

{{{1}}} is a wonderful mode which does wonderful things.



Basic setup

Install these third party libraries or read this section before proceeding.

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")


GNU/Linux

GNU/Linux Notes 1

GNU/Linux Notes 2

OS X

OS X Notes 1

OS X Notes 2

Windows

Windows users be aware of this.

Windows Notes 1

Windows Notes 2

Emacs-24

Emacs-24 specific notes.

Emacs-24 specific notes 1

Emacs-24 specific notes 2

Emacs-23

Emacs-23 is not as great as Emacs-24. You will have these problems and you can workaround it this way.

Emacs-23 specific notes 1

Emacs-23 specific notes 2

Emacs-22

Seriously...Why are you even looking at this? You suck. Your Emacs sucks. Your organization sucks.

Emacs-24 specific notes 1

Emacs-24 specific notes 2

Recommended Reading


Project Pages


Tutorial Pages

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


See info pages on ispell.

Ispell replacements

Current favorites appear to be aspell and hunspell.

Point to the ispell replacement:

(setq-default ispell-program-name "hunspell")

You might already have the required dictionary files in your browser or openoffice directory tree.

Windows XP difficulties

Links to precompiled binaries are dead at time of writing.

I got RPMs from openSUSE, but hunspell.exe aborted after not finding a dll file. After that dll was added, another dll was not found. I gave up after several iterations. This was with mingw32-hunspell-1.3.2-1.98.noarch.rpm and later mingw32-hunspell-1.3.2-1.99.noarch.rpm (and associated lang and tools RPMs).

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