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emacs flow-jsx-mode by Rudolf Olah

Emacs Mode for Flow Type Annotations and React JSX syntax

While I have been focusing on writing more about existing tools and how to use them, like Elm for frontend web development and Perl 6 just for fun, I still find a need to create new tools and update my own toolkit. I’m working on a React project and itRead More

org-doing

org-doing Inspired by the doing command line app, I decided that I needed something like it for Emacs. It lets you track what you’re doing now, and what you want to do later, and anything you’ve done. The cool thing is that I’m hooking into org-mode which means that, withRead More

Dimming JavaScript curly braces and brackets in Emacs

When coding in Lisp or Scheme, some Emacs users prefer to have the parenthesis/brackets dimmed. The reason for this is that it makes it easier to see the things that matter like variable names. I’ve been coding more JavaScript lately and wondered if this would work for JS and indeedRead More

StackOverflow Search (SOS) mode for Emacs

StackOverflow Search (SOS) mode for Emacs I was reading about a PhD student who created a plugin for an IDE that integrates searching for questions & answers on a knowledge base that included an easy way to insert code snippets from the answers in their own source code. I useRead More

some code for running PHPunit in Emacs

I’m working on a legacy PHP app for a client and up until today I was running unit tests in a terminal window. But my natural working enviornment so why not write something that will execute the unit tests and display the results in an Emacs buffer? The following isRead More

Making Emacs Work For Me

http://zeekat.nl/articles/making-emacs-work-for-me.html I love this. The dot-emacs (~/.emacs) file is an org-mode file that’s been weaved and tangled into the final product. This allows for a more logical grouping of configuration settings.

Emacs Tip: Word counting with a regular expression

Here’s a function for Emacs that counts the number of words in a buffer by using a regular expression: [gistĀ 5942572] The regular expression matches againstĀ one or more word characters. It doesn’t move the current point of the buffer so you don’t have to keep re-positioning the cursor every time youRead More