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Re: [baclojure] November meetup topics?

From: Benji C.
Sent on: Friday, October 28, 2011 12:03 PM

On Wed, Oct 26, 2011 at 5:44 PM, Sean A Corfield <[address removed]> wrote:

Anyone else want to chip in on Emacs as the theme of the November meeting?

I can demo Clojure development in Emacs. I can also show 'project-mode' which might be interesting. I wrote it a year ago, but never really introduced it to anybody but co-workers. It addresses what I consider to be the essential workflow when working with a code project. There are as many Emacs configurations as there are Emacs users. I'm sure there are others with useful tips and tricks. Whatever we do I think it'd be great to just get in groups of interest (Emacs/Vim/Eclipse/The-Text-Editor-I-Wrote-In-College) and share/help each other in a more hands-on way.



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