dired-rsync 0.7 released

Posted on Fri 14 July 2023 in geek • Tagged with emacs, dired, dired-rsync

There haven't been many changes in the last few years but Liu Hui did submit a new package that allows you to use dired-rsync with a transient interface. Aside from that there have been a few minor bug fixes for a few issues and I spent some time cleaning up …

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My Setup (2022 Edition)

Posted on Tue 01 November 2022 in geek • Tagged with tools, desktop, setup, emacs

It's been a while since I last blogged about anything personally (although I have written a few things for work). In a struggle to come up with things to talk about I finally decided it might be worth documenting my current working setup. It's probably a function of my aging …

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dired-rsync 0.6 released

Posted on Thu 24 December 2020 in geek • Tagged with emacs, dired, dired-rsync

Given the slowly growing collection of fixes I thought it was worth cutting a new release for the benefit of those that get their dired-rsync via the stable MELPA channels. The biggest user visible change is dired-rsync no longer tweaks mode-line-process itself. You can now decide if to add dired-rsync-modeline-status …

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Edit with Emacs v1.16 released

Posted on Thu 24 December 2020 in geek • Tagged with emacs, edit with emacs, chrome, chromeos, firefox

Despite what I said last time it seems that this is still a useful tool for me. I had some free time to peruse some of the open issues and managed to work out what was breaking the GMail interaction and work out a fix. While Atomic Chrome provides a …

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Posted on Mon 14 December 2020 in geek • Tagged with emacs, magit

magit-file-dispatch is my new favourite command since the recent removal of magit-file-mode. Rather than paper over the change and stick to the old way I tried the suggestions of launching with the dispatch commands. I discovered a few cool things including the ability to trace an individual functions changes over …

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