Emacs is the best editor possible, at least for me, especially with the killer org-mode module.
I do all in a lot in Emacs:
- task and calendar management using org-mode.
- mail using gnus.
- programming in different languages (elisp, go, bash, …)
- interactive shell using either eshell or vterm.
Here is my old attempt to document my Emacs setup, inspired by The Emacs Operating System (EOS) or Complete Computing Environment and other litterate configurations.In a gist, this is the litterate version of the configurations available in my monorepo. In the end, I don’t have time to properly maintain this, and I prefer to do code and document it well.
Here is a compilation of random articles around GNU/Emacs that I found interesting to share. I may add comment on those too.
TODO Piping stdout to Emacs : emacs emacs
TODO Making Poet, an Emacs theme emacs
TODO Emacs Tramp tricks emacs
TODO Comment Commands Redux | Emacs Redux emacs
Fixing Emacs’s defaults is a nontrivial problem. We’ll start with UI concerns.
(org-agenda-skip-if nil ’(scheduled deadline))