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Ivar Refsdal gave me a great link to a video demonstrating many of the features of SLIME and Emacs. I learned quite a few things from it. I highly recommend it.

I said previously that I wanted something to dim parens in Emacs when I look at lisp code. Enter parenface, which does the job.

Seems like I spend almost as much time setting up Emacs as I do writing code. But the good thing is once I set it up once it'll be set up forever.

January 14, 2008 @ 5:17 PM PST
Cateogory: Programming
Tags: Lisp, Emacs

3 Comments

Reference for the SLIME/Lisp/Emacs Screencast » What’s In Peter’s Head

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Peter Christensen
Quoth Peter Christensen on February 08, 2008 @ 8:29 AM PST

Brian, I'm in the same boat, and I just wrote a reference for that video. I got so frustrated rewinding it, trying to figure out what the heck he did, so I thought a reference guide would be useful. Take a look!

http://www.pchristensen.com/blog/articles/reference-for-the-slimelispemacs-screencast/

-Peter

Brian
Quoth Brian on February 09, 2008 @ 4:55 PM PST

This is quite nice. Thanks for writing it up. Much easier than watching through the movie over and over like I was doing too.