Got my PocketCHIP yesterday. And here it is running Emacs, with a Racket REPL via Geiser. I have to say, this has been the dream for a long time … a cheap, portable device that runs Linux, has Emacs, git, rsync etc. And I can actually write and run Lisp on it. It has a […]
Deciphering Glyph : Your Text Editor Is Malware
Seriously? I just opened an SVG file in emacs :
I know I’m really (stupidly) late about this, but I’ve only just got into writing snippets in Emacs. I’ve obviously known this was possible, like, forever. But somehow never got round to actually sitting down and learning how to do it and using them. But … damn! That’s useful. Why didn’t I bother to figure […]
Having decided that this year was my Haskell year, I now find myself dabbling with … er … Clojure. Why? Well, basically because of Quil which is a wrapping of the Processing library for Clojure. I need to do some Processing-like graphics, and I want to learn the FP way of doing it. Haskell would […]
I should really start watching these Emacs Rocks! videos.
This looks very interesting : I laughed when I first saw it, said “it’s like Emacs”. Seems Emacs is involved somehow. Also reminds me of Enso.
Sweet! Emacs on a touch-screen.
I’m expounding my usual “late-bound” tabs model of IDEs again, over on StackOverflow. … late binding between the buffer in the editor and actual concrete thing you’re working on, gives the editing environment more flexibility and power. Think this is out of date? One place where the idea is back with a vengeance is in […]
Aza Raskin dreams of easier Firefox extensions. Let’s hope that he’s working on it. Also, interesting to compare Steve Yegge on the Firefox vs. Emacs war.