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99b6c1 No.47[Reply]

vim thread

99b6c1 No.49

>>47

Emacs is my guilty pleasure, but because it's so large I use zile on my friends' machines. Vim is good, but doesn't have W3.


7c62d5 No.51

>>49

Do you not know what tramp is?




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dc7e15 No.48[Reply]

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c6e500 No.45[Reply]

Have you taken the brown pill yet, mateys?

it's a tough pill to swallow! The brown pill was founded in 1999 by Sir Reginald Brownpill, who presents and narrates the attached video.

Forget red and blue pills, brown pills are the way of the future.

Video related. Please leave your questions, comments, and concerns below about this radical new paradigm of thinking!

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9a02fc No.40[Reply]

Gnu Emacs has become extremely dangerous to use with C modules.

And maybe even without them.

https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/emacs-devel/2016-01/msg00151.html

9a02fc No.41

>UNIX way: broken programs crash. developers fix their code.

>Microsoft way: broken programs crash. developers fix their code 3 months later.

>Apple way: broken programs crash. developers try to fix the code several times before giving up and getting rid of the feature entirely.

>GNU way: broken programs don't crash. what if a user lost some data? OH NO! we'll fix them… later… probably never… it's free software, uh, fix it yourself.

>Nearly every major security advisory "affecting linux" is entirely related to GNU software

:^)


9a02fc No.43

>>41

Do you not realize how much of linux GNU really is?


9a02fc No.44

>>43

meh, GNU has definitely served a purpose, but at this point it isn't necessary

GNU is good drop in unix, i.e. backwards compatible with every major vendor

if you forward thinking or a startup it isn't necessary

not gnu:

Linux

x11, firefox/chromium, KDE

openssh, apache, OpenNTPD, PureFTPD

mysql, PHP, python, perl, rust, go

init systems, package managers

languages:

every language supported by GCC that isn't C&C++ usually has a superior alternative compiler/runtime (i.e. fortran, java, ada)

guile - racket (and countless others)

clisp - SBCL

gforth - millions of implementations

cobol - who fucking cares is its free software?

common utilities:

gcc - clang

bash - ash, dash, rc, zsh, pkdsh

gawk - nawk

screen - tmux

found in *BSD:

m4, sed, yacc, lex, find, grep

shouldn't even exist tier:

autotools, ncurses

gnu exclusive:

wget, gdb, emacs

everything tier:

busybox


9a02fc No.46

>>41

>muh UNIX way

more like process signals hell and handler mess no program on Earth implements well.

also enjoy the brain-dead job control paradigm. such a minimalist system amirite :^)

>>44

>languages

find me a better free replacement for GNU R and GNU Octave

>m4, sed, yacc, lex, find, grep

are you on drugs. GNU definitely wins here.

>init systems, package managers

what is GNU shepherd, what is GNU guix




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531cb2 No.3[Reply]

I'd like to see a board about Emacs. I'm surprised this place is empty.

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531cb2 No.33

Da fuq. I honestly hadn't been introduced to the 8ch community until they butchered /emacs/


531cb2 No.34

>>33

Welcome to 8chan.


531cb2 No.36

I come back and see this. Reminds me of /tech/.


531cb2 No.42

>>31

tbh, nano is more popular than both now. emacs is really unstable on modern systems. it's too much bloat for an editor and broken as an ide. i filed a bug report on ctrl-s not working 6 months ago and still….NOTHING.

I'm glad i quite using emacs when i did


76714b No.50

>>7

Vim, have you supported Idi Amin today?




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0170c7 No.38[Reply]

According to the XEmacs beta mailing list, the development of it is now officially dead.

Does that make you happy, or sad? Or are you just "who gives a shit?"

0170c7 No.39




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64df11 No.14[Reply]

What is your favorite package, /emacs/? Third-party or part of core.

64df11 No.20

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Probably notmuch because it's so great. Elfeed is worth mentioning too.


64df11 No.32

The package I use the most is probably notmuch or org. The package I think is the coolest, though I haven't used it that much, is sx.


64df11 No.35

>>14

I'm not sure if it's a package, but I can't live without window-number.el. It's on the emacswiki.


64df11 No.37

Magit, Yasnippet, Helm are the first ones that come to mind.

I use hundreds of packages.




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