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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On the death of Google Reader

You can probably tell the sort of on-line company I keep from the deluge of noise on the social networks regarding Google’s decision to shut down Reader. However we shouldn’t be that surprised. In fact some companies that source content from Reader have anticipated the need to collect content themselves. I of course will have …

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Many ways to skin a GNU

It’s time for another examination of Emacs LISP and a selection of ways to solve the same problem. In this case it’s the behaviour of the etags-select package. This handy function will present a selection table when it finds multiple definitions of the same tag. This is handy if your global TAGs file contains reference …

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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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