I made a bork yesterday I grokked something today -> I had a grok today I blogged² about OSX -> I worked on a blog³ about OSX.That there was already a noun "blog¹" with a different meaning is irrelevant to this proccess; what matters is that the verb "to blog²" means "to create a blog¹ post", not "to create a blog¹". Zawinski’s firsthand partisan account of working on Lemacs is a great read, but even more valuable than that is a long list of archived emails from 1992 involving the principal actors of the whole saga: Zawinski, Richard Stallman, Lucid founder Richard Gabriel, etc. GNU Emacs has been called "the most powerful text editor available today". And XEmacs has bugs. The maintainers have done a wonderful job, as always. Did somebody plant rumors about a “steering committee” in order to drive a wedge between Lucid and FSF? I used it since switching and haven't been disappointed thus far. Maybe not. If that's why you think Emacs is becoming more popular than xemacs, you've got some more karma to work out. A nonpartisan account of the state of XEmacs in its twilight. It seems diplomatic to me at least; Zawinski describes it as “pusillanimous” (showing ignoble cowardice, or contemptible timidity). LWN.net re-visits the emacs-devel mailing list, where the Emacs 28 development cycle has revived discussions about how to make the text editor more "modern" and attractive to new users: A default dark theme may not be in the future, leading one to think that there may yet be hope for the world in general. Is this just a sneaky way of preparing to drive us all to your NBE? It is protected under the GNU Public License and related to other versions of Emacs, in particular GNU Emacs. – Dan ♦ Jul 7 '16 at 18:10 I want to try XEmacs and it's special features. This doesn't necessarily suggest dark politics or other conspiracy theories. XEmacs was first called Lucid Emacs, and was initially derived from a prerelease version of Emacs 19. Sure, it shows that big progress bar in the middle of the screen, so you know it's not dead, but when you're used to it being almost instantaneous, coming back to XEmacs is a real shocker. Emacs is just an editor. Steve Yegge, “XEmacs is Dead. This could change in the future (and I sincerely hope that it does), but not until Eicq is OS independent. I can not even stand the FSF tries any longer on selling varpoware for me. So what is the GNU Emacs equivalent of set-buffer-file-coding-system-for-read, anyway? (For now, that was the last email between us. I wrote a review of this book in 1998: http://xahlee.org/PageTwo_dir/Personal_dir/bookReviewRichardGabriel.htmlAbout Xemacs.... i heartily agree with you about its significance in the history of emacs. I suggest you install GNU Emacs instead, which is actively developed. ; Alt+x query-replace-regexp 【Ctrl+Alt+%】 → interactive find replace with regex, on active region, or cusor point to end. Modern Emacs has all those things, of course, but Emacs 18 did not. XEmacs last released a new version on January 30, 2009, and it lacks many important features that exists in Emacs. It's just the way it is now.So, what is really the point on Emacs? Point is, use both. It is light-weight, bundles are easy to write, its reasonably customizable. XEmacs is much more than just a Text Editor. Steve-yegge.blogspot.com. I found this in the Weekly Squeak. I just used Textmate as an example of an editor that is nowhere near Emacs in terms of customizability, but nonetheless it gets my job done.Java users would say the same about Eclipse. Tia. Stack Exchange Network. But I will say, I've never had a problem with XEmacs stability. I don't think there is any major XEmacs feature that isn't in GNU Emacs 23. : ), Great article, as always.Which leads me to the question: I am not an Emacs user and I always see people like you talking about how cool the self-hosting environment is.I also agree that IDEs like Eclipse, NetBeans, etc get in the way and I am never motivated to write a whole plugin to them. Either way, Emacs is going to need to adopt many TextMate features in the coming years, if it hopes to compete, a very difficult or even impossible feat, as it will mean breaking backwards-compatibility with existing Emacs infrastructure. Likewise, when I edit with "ex" (after I had to give up Teco) I don't use "ex", I just edit. We now have our own domain `eicq.org'. To account for the different release schedules the most recent development version of each Emacs . AkitaOnRails:TextMate isn't 1e-10 times as customizable as emacs. This could also be a problem for "core code 21.4" but I have not verified that. Jamie> Some people, when confronted with a problem, think "I know, Jamie> I'll use regular expressions." Maybe other stuff too. And you thought I'd given up on controversial blogs.you're still mad about my OS X blog.It's a blog I've been working on for yearsA blog is a sequence of posts. A good, solid 90% solution would be someone with strong emacs-fu (I ambut tiny grasshopper) figuring out how to embed Gecko (WebKit would befine, too) into Emacs.Gecko buffers in my buffer list would totally own. As a TECO user, it was natural to jump into EMacs, and still be able to write powerful one-off editing scripts. I am curious about the prospects of that project. But maybe. But I'm not sure that the benefits are worth the work. How to Change Colors: 1. Regarding compiled packages, I'd probably store all the .el files in one directory (say emacs-lisp), but have an xemacs variant (xemacs-lisp) with symlinks to the .el files. Alt+x query-replace 【Alt+%】 → interactive find/replace on active region, or cursor point to end. But I can't stand RMS, that software socialist.Therefore I use XEmacs, because it's much more liberal in my eyes. I am glad I did.I just wish all the brains developing for emacs would get back under the same tent. I'm on the XEmacs-beta mailing list, and I saw a major patch from someone who totally upgraded the regex module, now allowing XEmacs regexps to deal with things like (blah){2,3}, minimal-matching, etc. I>> can't go back to scratchy fixed width >> fonts.GNU Emacs 23 (wich is under active development and can be installed on debian/ubuntu systems as 'emacs-snapshot') does support proportional and anti-aliased vector fonts. Exiting XEmacs C-x C-c Screen Organization. La Houses For Sale, Queen Bed Skirts, Touch Up Spray Gun Kit, Built Environment Research, Casio Lk-190 Price, Just Enough Software Architecture Pdf Github, Tresemmé Keratin Smooth Heat Protection Spray, How Many Chickens In A 10x10 Coop, Rabvac 3 Duration, Pfm Crown Prep, Chamomile Flower Bouquet, Can You Play Moonlight Sonata On A 61 Key Keyboard, Pokemon Let's Go Shiny Hunting, " /> I made a bork yesterday I grokked something today -> I had a grok today I blogged² about OSX -> I worked on a blog³ about OSX.That there was already a noun "blog¹" with a different meaning is irrelevant to this proccess; what matters is that the verb "to blog²" means "to create a blog¹ post", not "to create a blog¹". Zawinski’s firsthand partisan account of working on Lemacs is a great read, but even more valuable than that is a long list of archived emails from 1992 involving the principal actors of the whole saga: Zawinski, Richard Stallman, Lucid founder Richard Gabriel, etc. GNU Emacs has been called "the most powerful text editor available today". And XEmacs has bugs. The maintainers have done a wonderful job, as always. Did somebody plant rumors about a “steering committee” in order to drive a wedge between Lucid and FSF? I used it since switching and haven't been disappointed thus far. Maybe not. If that's why you think Emacs is becoming more popular than xemacs, you've got some more karma to work out. A nonpartisan account of the state of XEmacs in its twilight. It seems diplomatic to me at least; Zawinski describes it as “pusillanimous” (showing ignoble cowardice, or contemptible timidity). LWN.net re-visits the emacs-devel mailing list, where the Emacs 28 development cycle has revived discussions about how to make the text editor more "modern" and attractive to new users: A default dark theme may not be in the future, leading one to think that there may yet be hope for the world in general. Is this just a sneaky way of preparing to drive us all to your NBE? It is protected under the GNU Public License and related to other versions of Emacs, in particular GNU Emacs. – Dan ♦ Jul 7 '16 at 18:10 I want to try XEmacs and it's special features. This doesn't necessarily suggest dark politics or other conspiracy theories. XEmacs was first called Lucid Emacs, and was initially derived from a prerelease version of Emacs 19. Sure, it shows that big progress bar in the middle of the screen, so you know it's not dead, but when you're used to it being almost instantaneous, coming back to XEmacs is a real shocker. Emacs is just an editor. Steve Yegge, “XEmacs is Dead. This could change in the future (and I sincerely hope that it does), but not until Eicq is OS independent. I can not even stand the FSF tries any longer on selling varpoware for me. So what is the GNU Emacs equivalent of set-buffer-file-coding-system-for-read, anyway? (For now, that was the last email between us. I wrote a review of this book in 1998: http://xahlee.org/PageTwo_dir/Personal_dir/bookReviewRichardGabriel.htmlAbout Xemacs.... i heartily agree with you about its significance in the history of emacs. I suggest you install GNU Emacs instead, which is actively developed. ; Alt+x query-replace-regexp 【Ctrl+Alt+%】 → interactive find replace with regex, on active region, or cusor point to end. Modern Emacs has all those things, of course, but Emacs 18 did not. XEmacs last released a new version on January 30, 2009, and it lacks many important features that exists in Emacs. It's just the way it is now.So, what is really the point on Emacs? Point is, use both. It is light-weight, bundles are easy to write, its reasonably customizable. XEmacs is much more than just a Text Editor. Steve-yegge.blogspot.com. I found this in the Weekly Squeak. I just used Textmate as an example of an editor that is nowhere near Emacs in terms of customizability, but nonetheless it gets my job done.Java users would say the same about Eclipse. Tia. Stack Exchange Network. But I will say, I've never had a problem with XEmacs stability. I don't think there is any major XEmacs feature that isn't in GNU Emacs 23. : ), Great article, as always.Which leads me to the question: I am not an Emacs user and I always see people like you talking about how cool the self-hosting environment is.I also agree that IDEs like Eclipse, NetBeans, etc get in the way and I am never motivated to write a whole plugin to them. Either way, Emacs is going to need to adopt many TextMate features in the coming years, if it hopes to compete, a very difficult or even impossible feat, as it will mean breaking backwards-compatibility with existing Emacs infrastructure. Likewise, when I edit with "ex" (after I had to give up Teco) I don't use "ex", I just edit. We now have our own domain `eicq.org'. To account for the different release schedules the most recent development version of each Emacs . AkitaOnRails:TextMate isn't 1e-10 times as customizable as emacs. This could also be a problem for "core code 21.4" but I have not verified that. Jamie> Some people, when confronted with a problem, think "I know, Jamie> I'll use regular expressions." Maybe other stuff too. And you thought I'd given up on controversial blogs.you're still mad about my OS X blog.It's a blog I've been working on for yearsA blog is a sequence of posts. A good, solid 90% solution would be someone with strong emacs-fu (I ambut tiny grasshopper) figuring out how to embed Gecko (WebKit would befine, too) into Emacs.Gecko buffers in my buffer list would totally own. As a TECO user, it was natural to jump into EMacs, and still be able to write powerful one-off editing scripts. I am curious about the prospects of that project. But maybe. But I'm not sure that the benefits are worth the work. How to Change Colors: 1. Regarding compiled packages, I'd probably store all the .el files in one directory (say emacs-lisp), but have an xemacs variant (xemacs-lisp) with symlinks to the .el files. Alt+x query-replace 【Alt+%】 → interactive find/replace on active region, or cursor point to end. But I can't stand RMS, that software socialist.Therefore I use XEmacs, because it's much more liberal in my eyes. I am glad I did.I just wish all the brains developing for emacs would get back under the same tent. I'm on the XEmacs-beta mailing list, and I saw a major patch from someone who totally upgraded the regex module, now allowing XEmacs regexps to deal with things like (blah){2,3}, minimal-matching, etc. I>> can't go back to scratchy fixed width >> fonts.GNU Emacs 23 (wich is under active development and can be installed on debian/ubuntu systems as 'emacs-snapshot') does support proportional and anti-aliased vector fonts. Exiting XEmacs C-x C-c Screen Organization. La Houses For Sale, Queen Bed Skirts, Touch Up Spray Gun Kit, Built Environment Research, Casio Lk-190 Price, Just Enough Software Architecture Pdf Github, Tresemmé Keratin Smooth Heat Protection Spray, How Many Chickens In A 10x10 Coop, Rabvac 3 Duration, Pfm Crown Prep, Chamomile Flower Bouquet, Can You Play Moonlight Sonata On A 61 Key Keyboard, Pokemon Let's Go Shiny Hunting, " />