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Nov 29, 2015 ... Don't worry - even if you're an EmacsNewbie, you can get the hang of it. Learning
a little Emacs Lisp will help you use Emacs more effectively:.
Oct 9, 2014 ... ... Spirit's comment; blandest's comment; pro-emacs comment; EmacsLisp is not a
general purpose language; What about Emacs Lisp 2?
This is a nice and simple way to edit a file with Emacs Lisp, especially when
there's a chance the file might be already be visited in Emacs and its ok to edit
Feb 23, 2013 ... EmacsLisp is a surprisingly powerful, rich dialect of Lisp. It can be used to do
many things, making it practically a general use application ...
Dec 11, 2015 ... In Emacs Lisp, meaningful “units” to test are functions, commands and macros.
Various testing frameworks simplify the task of writing and ...
May 13, 2013 ... Emacs Lisp Mode is one of the best ProgrammingModes that comes with Emacs
for working with EmacsLisp. Emacs Lisp Mode is enabled for ...
Mar 4, 2016 ... To use lexical binding, an Emacs-lisp source file must set a file-variable `lexical-
binding' to t in the file header, e.g., by using a first line like:
Feb 2, 2013 ... IELM: Inferior Emacs Lisp Mode. A nice little mode that acts like an interactive
Lisp interpreter. It doesn't do all the fancy shell stuff such as ...
Feb 23, 2016 ... But if you download Emacs Lisp files yourself or you write local Lisp files, just add
the directories containing those files to 'load-path' .
Dec 24, 2014 ... auto-recomp.el — Automatically recompile Emacs Lisp files (by ... benchmark.el
— functions for benchmarking Emacs Lisp code (by Lars ...