two-mode-mode: Multiple modes in one Emacs buffer (January 12, 2005, 0) - two-mode-mode allows you to switch between two major modes in a single
buffer. You can find it at
http://www.dedasys.com/freesoftware/files/two-mode-mode.el If you need
to deal with more modes, check out Multiple Major Modes at
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Problem with footnote.el and auctex (March 21, 2004, 0) - From Rainer Volz:
In case anybody has the same problem, I (probably) found the source and a
The error “Symbol’s function definition is void: TeX-add-style-hook” is caused
by the footnote-mode, which in turn is loaded by muse-mode, as a default minor
mode in “Muse/Muse Mode/Muse Mode Hook”.
Turning footnote-mode off lets me enter muse-mode (and planner-mode) without
the error. Since I
TODL, variation on LISP for cyborgs (February 24, 2004, 0) -
Joe Corneli (email@example.com)
Re: displaying one character per line.
Tue Feb 24 03:47:55 2004 +0800
I want to be able to switch between different list views of a
document. For example, one might want to look at a text document as
a list of characters, a list of words, a list of phonemes, a list
(tree) of syntactic clauses, a
HideShow mode (November 21, 2003, 0) - M-x hs-minor-mode
I think I rather like hs-hide-all…
(defun sacha/hs-minor-mode-hide-all ()
"Turn on `hs-minor-mode' and hide everything."
(add-hook 'emacs-lisp-mode-hook 'sacha/hs-minor-mode-hide-all t)
Emacs and W3M: Toggling between work and the Web (August 27, 2008, 6) - Here’s a handy shortcut that toggles between the W3M web browser and other buffers you’re working on. I use it to quickly switch between code and documentation (or your favorite timewasting site, as it also makes a handy boss key).
Define the function by adding the following code to your ~/.emacs:
(defun wicked/toggle-w3m ()