Edit with Emacs v1.13 now available

I’ve just pushed the latest version of Edit with Emacs to the Chrome App Store. Hopefully most people are already tracking the latest edit-server.el via MELPA but this does introduce a few minor fixes to the extension itself. A new piece of functionality is the ability to trigger bringing Emacs to the foreground from a …

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Edit with Emacs v1.10 released

I received a bunch of feedback and patches from my last announcement but I think all the outstanding bugs are now squashed. The edit-server.el has seen some love to make it more idiomatically correct for elisp. The main change is new code to handle editable DIV tags beloved of such sites as Google+ (which you …

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Chromium Privacy Plugin

Did you know every time you see a Facebook/Twitter/Social Media-de-jour button on a web-page it’s reporting your visiting patterns to home base? If you thought Ad tracking was a worrying invasion of your privacy then just consider how much info Facebook has on you along with your browsing history? While things like incognito mode have …

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Edit with Emacs v1.8

After a relatively quiet period a number of patches have flowed my way so I thought it was worth pushing out a new version. Perhaps the most “important” feature is the edit box flashing and fading from yellow after being updated (like It’s All Text). It wasn’t that hard to do given jQuery and the …

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Edit with Emacs v1.7

It’s been a while so I released a new version of Edit with Emacs for Google Chrome(ium). To be honest most of the changes are to edit-server.el. The most major change is moving all the frame configuration options into a single edit-server-new-frame-alist which might cause confusion if people don’t read the change log which is: …

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First elisp patch for emacs chrome

One of the nice things about putting your coding experiments up early and under a permissive license is people can submit patches. I’d been trying to get the native elisp edit server working but I’d fallen back to the working python script as I’ve been busy at work. However along comes Riccardo Murri who cleaned …

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Chrome and Emacsclient

I had a number of things planned to do today, one of which was to go pick up some parcels that the local delivery service failed to do. However some workmen started digging up the road opposite my house. As the un-controlled single lane alternating between inbound and outbound traffic is right outside my drive …

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