emacs-wiki-markup-word (March 25, 2003, 0) - I use (defun emacs-wiki-markup-word ()) to squelch all the bad markup I’m getting lately.
Publishing absolute URLs in RSS feeds (April 17, 2004, 0) - - ../../notebook/emacs/emacs-wiki-config.el
(defvar sacha/emacs-wiki-use-absolute-url-flag nil
"Non-nil means publish absolute URLs.")
(defadvice planner-rss-add-note (around sacha/absolute-urls activate)
"Publish absolute URLs."
(let ((sacha/emacs-wiki-use-absolute-url-flag t))
(defadvice emacs-wiki-markup-link (around sacha activate)
"Resolve the matched wiki-link into its ultimate form.
Images used the tag."
;; avoid marking up urls that appear to
Lost pictures (April 18, 2007, 0) - Note to self: never ever ever ever ever store thing in /tmp ever ever
ever again, as Ubuntu is smart and deletes things.
Random Emacs symbol: gnus-article-strip-all-blank-lines – Command: Strip all blank lines.
Hate is as useful as love (January 4, 2007, 0) - … sometimes even more so.
I’m beginning to hate the stress I feel about this thesis. The best
way to deal with it is not to fight a long, protracted war. Nor is it
to give up and walk away. No, the best thing to do is to finish it as
quickly as possible so that I can get
ri-mode bug when there is no current word (February 4, 2005, 0) - I replaced the stock implementation of ruby-default-ri-entry with the
following code so that I could use it even if I didn’t have a current
(defun ruby-default-ri-entry ()
(setq word (or (current-word) ""))
(if (string-match "[._]+$" word)
(setq word (substring