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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Migrating again

Posted on Mon 25 May 2020 in geek • Tagged with emacs, wordpress, blog

It's been some time since I last blogged but I have been doing some spring cleaning amongst my servers. While moving all my web content onto a new box I though I would take advantage of the fresh start to migrate away from Wordpress. While it is a fine FLOSS …

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dired-rsync 0.5 release

Posted on Sun 10 November 2019 in geek • Tagged with dired, dired-rsync, emacs

If you've been running from MELPA you will have had all these features already but it was certainly overdue a stable tagging. The commit history shows a lot of faffing around getting the CI working again. However there are a bunch of customisation tweaks exposed as well as support for …

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