Adding an arbitrary extension to your planner files (June 7, 2005, 0) - Do you want all of your planner files to have a TXT extension so that
they’ll be searched by tools such as Google Desktop or Apple Spotlight?
Use the ‘rename’ tool to add .txt extensions to all of your files, or
use the following code to rename all of your planner files from a
running Planner setup:
(defun my-rename-planner-files ()
Emacs, file-cache, and ido (January 6, 2009, 3) -
(defun file-cache-ido-find-file (file)
"Using ido, interactively open file from file cache'.
First select a file, matched using ido-switch-buffer against the contents
in `file-cache-alist'. If the file exist in more than one
directory, select directory. Lastly the file is opened."
(interactive (list (file-cache-ido-read "File: "
Emacs: Working with multiple source trees (December 19, 2008, 0) - As a developer, I often find myself working with multiple trees of source code. Sometimes, I’m comparing the trunk and the branches. Sometimes, I’m copying ideas from one place to another. Sometimes, I’m working on one project and an urgent defect comes in for a different project. With good development environments such as Eclipse, I’d
Planner support for action-lock.el (June 18, 2005, 0) - action-lock.el is part
of HOWM. The following code enables Planner-style links
_anywhere_. Add it to your ~/.emacs and use M-x action-lock-mode
to turn action locking on.
(list (with-planner emacs-wiki-url-or-name-regexp)
Eclipse to Emacs: Navigating your source tree (July 27, 2008, 28) - Two other things I like about the Eclipse development environment are the ability to jump to a function definition and the ability to open any resource in the workspace. Fortunately, these shortcuts are easy to duplicate in Emacs.
Exuberant Ctags is a utility that builds an index of the function definitions in your source code. You