Posted on Wed 13 April 2011 in geek • Tagged with code, elisp, emacs, examples

I've been using the rather spiffy Lusty Explorer for some time for my buffer and file finding. However it (I thought) had a rather annoying bug where I could never tab directly into some of the repositories I was hacking on. Eventually I figured out that the problem was down …

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Looping in LISP

Posted on Tue 10 August 2010 in geek • Tagged with code, elisp, emacs, examples, lisp

Loops are a fairly important part of any programming language and fairly fundamental to a language that is purported to be all about manipulating lists. However it's not something I use that often in my .emacs code so I thought it might be useful to discuss the various options with …

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