real-binding (June 3, 2003, 0) - If REAL-BINDING is a symbol and has a non-`nil’ `menu-enable’
property, that property is an expression that controls whether the menu
item is enabled. Every time the keymap is used to display a menu,
Emacs evaluates the expression, and it enables the menu item only if
the expression’s value is non-`nil’. When a menu item is disabled,
Last week (November 25, 2007, 0) - And if you’re wondering what happened last week and why I hadn’t
gotten around to writing a weekly review – my mom was in town for my
convocation! =D She flew into Toronto on Thursday with Tita Gay, a
family friend. They attended my convocation on Friday morning, saw the
UToronto lab and IBM at 120 Bloor East, and
Hmm. Problem. (February 6, 2007, 0) - No adapter for cellphone.
No alarm clock.
Random Emacs symbol: menu-bar-ediff-misc-menu – Function: Prefix command (definition is a keymap associating keystrokes with commands).
Driving lessons II (January 17, 2007, 0) - I can still make U-turns. And park. And deal with inclines. And park.
I’m too polite, though! <laugh> Whenever I saw a pedestrian
trying to cross the street (and this is Manila, so that happens every
few feet or so), I stop. My instructor had to tell me several times
that sometimes it’s not safe to slow down for