$ emacs -daemon
$ emacsclient -nw nekifilekojizeliseditovat
alias E="SUDO_EDITOR=\"emacsclient -nw -a emacs\" sudoedit"
alias Ec="SUDO_EDITOR=\"emacsclient -c -a emacs\" sudoedit"
alias e="emacsclient -nw"
alias ec="emacsclient -c"
REVIEW: What would you do differently?
JOY: I wish we hadn't used all the keys on the keyboard. I think one of the interesting things is that vi is really a mode-based editor. I think as mode-based editors go, it pretty good. One of the good things about EMACS, though, is its programmability and the modelessness. Those are two ideas which never occurred to me. I also wasn't very good at optimizing code when I wrote vi. I think the redisplay module of the editor is almost intractable. It does a really good job for what it does, but when you're writing programs as you're learning... That's why I stopped working on it.
REVIEW: So there will be a history mechanism in the new editor?
JOY: I would be surprised if there wasn't. Warren basically invented all those things. He's very keen on that. I tried to use EMACS and I liked it. The problem was I spent all my time programming it because it was improving so fast that my programs kept breaking. I got tired of maintaining my macros so I guess I'm looking forward to an editor I can learn and then forget about.
shrike je napisao/la:Ja nisam nikada shvatio što je m u tim kraticama.
(defun require-package (package &optional min-version)
"Ask elpa to install given PACKAGE."
(unless (package-installed-p package min-version)
(setq package-archives '(("ELPA" . "http://tromey.com/elpa/")
("gnu" . "http://elpa.gnu.org/packages/")
("marmalade" . "http://marmalade-repo.org/packages/")))
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