|Independent emacs installations and locations of the .emacs.d directory and the .emacs file|
| by Enzo in Programming Languages|
I have multiple installations of emacs on my Windows 7 computer, each
configured slightly differently. Let's say
installation1 is the main
installation2 is subsidiary.
like to maintain two sets of
.emacs files and
.emacs.d. directories, such that <
|How do I get my cocoa emacs on Mac OS X to load my .emacs visual customizations for new windows (any document opened after the first)?|
| by ISAslot in Development Tools & Services|
So I just downloaded emacs 23.1 for my new snow leopard macbook pro from
http://emacsformacosx.com/ and it works like a charm, except...
I have visual customizations in my .emacs, a few lines are extracted
|Emacs experts : is possible connect f# intellisense command line tool with emacs?|
| by Hugo Hernan Buitrago Rios in Programming Languages|
I love emacs, I've used this for the latest years and when I need open
an ide, although Visual studio is an amazing ide, I feel limited and it's
very heavy weight for my old computer, I'm using emacs for f# although I
feel than emacs is not so appropiate for a static type language, I've seen
than c# has an intellisense in emacs
|Emacs is it possible to get the action of C-x C- - (reduce buffer font size) in emacs lisp?|
| by poofyhairguy in Web Design|
I'd like to reduce the default font size for a buffer using Emacs
At the moment I am running a process based buffer as a
small emacs-lisp based application, I want the font size to reduce in the
same way as C-x C-- does, when the app creates it's buffer.
app has it's own major mode, so should I just set a custom basic face
(note: I tried do
|Execute code in .emacs file only for command line version of Emacs?|
| by ShifterMSK in Development Tools & Services|
I'm running Carbon Emacs on Macs here, and my GUI emacs has an extremely
pleasing colour scheme set up to use. Unfortunately, it looks like hell
when running "emacs" in a Terminal window, which parses the same .emacs
file in my root folder.
So, is there a way to conditionally
execute code in my .emacs file so that I can select a different colour
scheme for command line and "GUI" em
|In Emacs, How to export Links to a clickable link, when htmlize emacs buffer?|
| by Matthew Damp in Web Design|
I using great htmlize.el to export my org-mode
buffer contents with font hi-lock.
Emacs org-mode has a Link
For Example, here is a org-mode file
When I Using Htmlize.el to htmlize buffer to HTML
contents, The link was missing.
produces HTML lik
|emacs can invoke shell and execute commands— can they act on Emacs buffers?|
| by Yserbius in Programming Languages|
I use Alt-! (Alt-Bang) a lot in Emacs. One of the big things I use it
Alt-! cat $logfile | grep 'this' # show me one kind
$logfile | grep 'this' | wc -l # count that one event's occurrences
1) No tab-completion from this
prompt: why not?
2) What if i
|Emacs/Emacs Lisp: can I insert advice before interactive form? or how to intelligently pre-set the compile-command?|
| by mikieb in Web Design|
What I'd like to do is intelligently pre-set a buffer-local default
value for the string argument to the
Right now compile.el defaults to using "make" as the command.
I can set this by setting
compile-command. I can even make
that variable buffer-local. That works if I want the same static value,
But I'd like to
|How to send py-mode output (curses) in emacs to terminal in emacs?|
| by Idaho in Programming Languages|
Using py-mode in emacs (or other approaches) how might I have the python
buffer (which is calling curses) evaluated in a terminal in emacs?
This seems somewhat applicable: Emacs Shell mode: how to send region
|Is there a way to make changes to toggles in my .emacs file apply without re-starting Emacs?|
| by nickthecook in Programming Languages|
I want to be able to make the changes to my .emacs file without having
to reload Emacs.
I found three questions which sort of answer
what I am asking (you can find them here, here and here), but the problem
is that the change I have just made is to a toggle, and as the comments to
two of the answers (a1, a2) to those questions explain, the solutions given
there (such as M-x reload-f