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hpr0861 :: Emacs Part 3: The Reckoning.

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Hosted by klaatu on 2011-11-20 is flagged as Clean and is released under a CC-BY-SA license.
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A small mini series (three parts) on GNU Emacs; Klaatu tells you how to use it, when to use it and when not to, why you'd want to use it, and most of all - how to become a pro on it! Not a sales pitch for Emacs, just a harmless introduction. First try is free.


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Comment #1 posted on 2011-11-21T17:38:12Z by Scott Cann


The rule of "emacs dinners" is you don't talk about "emacs dinners".
Great series Klaatu, I've been using emacs for a few years and I still learned some stuff.

Comment #2 posted on 2011-11-22T12:43:09Z by Klaatu

Moar Emacs

Hey, thanks Scott! Had to go back a listen to the episode to get your dinner joke :-P

Emacs is pretty great and there seems to be no end to what it can do. I've been doing a lot of org-mode usage lately, and have been messing around with abbreviation-completion lately. Heck, SO many potential features. There probably could be an emacs-cast out there, although admittedly it would be a bit dry.

Happy hacking. and all that.

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