Edit with Emacs v1.10 released

Posted on Sun 06 November 2011 in geek • Tagged with chrome, chromium, edit with emacs, emacs, javascript, jquery

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 …

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Edit with Emacs v1.8

Posted on Thu 19 August 2010 in geek • Tagged with chrome, chromium, development, elisp, emacs, extension, javascript

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 …

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Update on Emacs Chrome

Posted on Mon 21 December 2009 in geek • Tagged with chrome, chromium, emacs, javascript

In my spare time I've been mostly bashing away at trying to implement an edit server for the Emacs Chrome extension in Emacs Lisp. It's taking longer than I hoped mainly as it's the first time I've ever tried to use the Emacs Lisp Debugger and it's fairly alien compared …

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End to End Connectivity

Posted on Wed 16 December 2009 in general • Tagged with chromium, emacs, extensions, house, javascript

We had a slight degree of excitement this evening when we got home. All the power was out and the refrigerating appliances were slowing defrosting. Due to the randomness of the breakers tripping we thought it was the boiler. As it happened it was a earth-neutral leakage that was causing …

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Chrome and Emacsclient

Posted on Sat 12 December 2009 in geek • Tagged with chrome, editor, emacs, extensions, javascript

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 …

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