- n. Any implementation or reimplementation of Emacs.
“With those points in mind, you need to add the following code to your ~ /. emacs (or ~ / _emacs) file in order to use Cygwin bash.”
“Steve writes his books in emacs on the Linux box, using a special mode which was written for him.”
“A few days ago I gave up on LyX mid-class and started taking notes in emacs/latex.”
“Thanks to a macro by netmouse, all the files, originally written in emacs, are now successfully ported to OO.”
“NoufalIbrahim vbscript way to launch emacs from a shortcut (don't need to be in cygwin prompt or putty) and still work:”
“The documentation that’s hard to produce goes the other direction: given some need, like wanting to highlight all tab characters in emacs buffers, how do I determine which module/function will help?”
“ANSWER: You are probably using the word "emacs" and your X version of emacs is called x11emacs.”
“Various programs, such as emacs and WinEdt, have basic support for making. bib files, but that support comes down mostly to generating an empty entry.”
“If I open it with the normal "emacs" it opens the ~ /. emacs file.”
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