Emacs is the one.
My name is Xue Fuqiao. I have been a GNU/Linux user since 2008. I've been an Emacsite since 2009 and began to write programs in Emacs Lisp since 2011. Started with XEmacs, switched to SXEmacs, back to XEmacs, and now I'm using GNU Emacs and Guile-based Emacs. I don't like using the Emacs Lisp package manager. Instead, I like install additional Lisp packages by hand, which is flexible. I prefer to learn new things from reference manuals, instead of tutorials. My favorite font is proggy_tiny. Currently I use GNU Emacs on a laptop with a Colemak layout.
I'm a software developer and software freedom activist. And I’m currently a student of NCUT. My major is Communication Engineering.
I'm a Free Software Supporter.
My GNU Emacs Installation
./configure --with-x-toolkit=no --without-toolkit-scroll-bars --with-wide-int
My GNU Emacs Invocation
emacsclient -c -a ""
- Stack Overflow
Started physiotherapy on June, 2012.
- There is no system but GNU, and Linux is one of its kernel.
- I've used Emacs for many years now, but have never reached its maximum potential.
- It is a logical impossibility to make a language more powerful by omitting features, no matter how bad they may be.
My Init Files
Emacs.bitmapIcon: off Emacs.font: ProggyTinyTT-12 Emacs*menubar.margin: 0 Emacs*toolBar: 0 Emacs.useXIM: off
- Tramp mode