Author:  Yuri Tricys  |  :  Dec 25, 2021  |  :   computer-science, emacs, ivy, learning-center

Preamble Christmas day in Canada. Browsed the analytics for Reading World Magazine this morning and was surprised to see more than a few views in the Emacs pages. Wishing those of you configuring your Emacs configurations on Christmas day a Merry Christmas 🎅 Know that ...

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Author:  Yuri Tricys  |  :  Oct 14, 2021  |  :   computer-science, emacs, learning-center, themes

Leuven For emacs custom framework used to implement the following emacs themes refer to this post: How to Configure Emacs Themes Screenshot Leuven In following, in terms of clarity, it’s easier to structure blocks of code syntax with opening and closing blocks. ...

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Author:  Yuri Tricys  |  :  Sep 20, 2021  |  :   computer-science, custom-themes, emacs, learning-center, solarized-dark, themes

Atom was developed by GitHub as a text editor. Facebook then developed the Nuclide and Atom IDE projects to turn Atom into an integrated development environment, but development stopped in December 2018 It’s got nothing on emacs. Having said that, emacs is the ...

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Author:  Yuri Tricys  |  :  Sep 1, 2021  |  :   company-mode, computer-science, emacs, learning-center, snippets

Hello Emacs Enthusiasts Emacs enthusiasts can be terribly busy setting up an emacs dev environment. Emacs isn’t an all in one off the shelf piece of software. It’s a world unto its own. A fully complete, educational experience. Emacs enthusiasts, you are not ...

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Author:  Yuri Tricys  |  :  Aug 3, 2021  |  :   computer-science, emacs, learning-center, linux, news, windows

Hackernews is an emacs package delivering daily sets of rss links, much like the elfeed package. You can program your emacs configuration to load hackernews at start up so you can scan for the latest relevant links. The code throws an error, however, if emacs starts ...

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Author:  Yuri Tricys  |  :  Nov 3, 2020  |  :   computer-science, emacs, emacs-video, learning-center

A brief introduction to Wget, Curl, and Headless Chrome. Wget and Curl and small programs easily installed through your package manager, or directly by downloading and installing. Headless Chrome can be installed from the command line using node and node’s package ...

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