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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Emacs Chat: Magnar Sveen (Emacs Rocks) (November 25, 2013, 8) - UPDATE 2014-01-27: Transcript posted!
UPDATE: Want just the audio? MP3 / OGG
Here are the notes from my chat with Magnar Sveen, the creator of the Emacs Rocks screencast series and a number of other great Emacs resources. Enjoy!
Magnar has been using Emacs for two years
Moving from TextMate
World of Warcraft
Learning as a game
Other ways of learning
Emacs Org Mode Customization Survey (November 4, 2013, 1) - Org Mode is an outlining and TODO tool for Emacs. Except it’s so much more than that, since people have written all sorts of code to make it do way more than an outliner (or even a text editor!) usually does. Seriously, it even has a Sudoku solver. (The code is optional, so you don’t
Better font-locking in emacs-wiki (February 27, 2004, 0) - If you’re having problems with emacs-wiki not highlighting the first
time you view a buffer, you’re probably set to use jit-lock or
lazy-lock. Don’t. Use (setq font-lock-support-mode nil) instead, so
full font-locking will always be performed. You may want to use the
list so that this is only done for planner-mode and emacs-wiki-mode. =)
Emacs (October 19, 2013, 0) - Reading these posts, you can probably tell that I really, really like the Emacs text editor.
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