Xah | 3 Sep 19:59 2008
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command-frequency.el -- track command frequencies

command-frequency.el -- track command frequencies

DESCRIPTION

This package provides function which saves how many times each
command was executed.  You can then review those statistics to see
which commands you use the most often.

It is used in designing a ergonomic keybinding set.
See http://xahlee.org/emacs/command-frequency.html

You can get this package at:
http://xahlee.org/emacs/command-frequency.el

VERSION HISTORY

Version 0.1, 2006: First version by Ryan Yeske (author of rcirc). A
quick hack of about 40 lines.

Version 1.0, 2007: Made into a full featured minor mode. Added full
doc strings. Added feature to save and read to disk the frequency hash
table. Added ability to set user preference using emacs's
customization system. Code is ~400 lines. This version is made by
Michal Nazarewicz in 2007.

Version 1.1, 2008-09: Replaced the use of this-command var by real-
last-command, so that the commands backward-kill-word, kill-word, kill-
line, kill-region, do not all get counted as kill-region. Changed post-
command-hook to pre-command-hook

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spartan-wiki.el --- a really spartan personal wiki

A little, crude fun project which some may find useful.

http://www.emacswiki.org/cgi-bin/wiki/SpartanWiki
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Re: spartan-wiki.el --- a really spartan personal wiki

On Sep 4, 9:16 pm, "spamfilteracco... <at> gmail.com"
<spamfilteracco... <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> A little, crude fun project which some may find useful.
>
> http://www.emacswiki.org/cgi-bin/wiki/SpartanWiki

For those checking out the link right now: the Black Barbie thing is
not my work. :)

Someone is vandalizing Emacs Wiki like crazy.
andreas.roehler | 5 Sep 15:26 2008
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thingatpt-1.10.tgz

Hi all,

this is not thingatpt.el, but an adaption
from that idea. I should choose a better name for it...

Thanks

Andreas Röhler

;;; Major changes to previous version: 

;; New functions `functionname-', `ip-'.  
;; Chars which are accepted as part of a URL are
;; delivered by a var `url-at-point-chars', which is
;; customizable. '()' now are accepted as part of a URL
;; right out of the box.

;;; Commentary:

;; A set of functions to return, mover over or
;; manipulate a given THING. THING may be a well known
;; form as symbol', `list', `sexp', `defun' but also a
;; new defined and abstract thing. 

;; Call one of the test-functions `th-mv-test',
;; `th-delimtest', `th-test' with come chars in
;; scratch-buffer or any else changable buffer to get
;; an impression
Attachment (thingatpt-1.10.tgz): application/octet-stream, 62 KiB
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weber | 5 Sep 15:24 2008
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Re: spartan-wiki.el --- a really spartan personal wiki

On Sep 5, 2:51 am, "spamfilteracco... <at> gmail.com"
<spamfilteracco... <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sep 4, 9:16 pm, "spamfilteracco... <at> gmail.com"
>
> <spamfilteracco... <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> > A little, crude fun project which some may find useful.
>
> >http://www.emacswiki.org/cgi-bin/wiki/SpartanWiki
>
> For those checking out the link right now: the Black Barbie thing is
> not my work. :)
>
> Someone is vandalizing Emacs Wiki like crazy.

I was the one who edited your page (TamasPa..) because I wanted to
tell you something and could not find your mail...
other than that.. :P

-hugo
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Re: spartan-wiki.el --- a really spartan personal wiki

On Sep 5, 3:24 pm, weber <hug... <at> gmail.com> wrote:
>
> I was the one who edited your page because I wanted to
> tell you something and could not find your mail...
> other than that.. :P

Yep, I read it, only I couldn't answer there, because the wiki is stil
locked.

My package doesn't use header-line-format, so there's another
difference compared to yours. ;)
Xah | 7 Sep 05:52 2008
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Re: ergonomic_keybinding_*.el -- ergonomic keybinding

> The erognomic keybinding has a new version.
> http://xahlee.org/emacs/ergonomic_emacs_keybinding.html

Much improved new version 3.4.

Fixed compatility with cua mode, isearch, minibuffer, shell/comint
mode, info mode, and other modes: awk, rcirc, w3m, nxml. Compatible
with other major programing modes: c-mode, c++-mode, java, sh, js,
perl, php, python.

Also added just-one-space, delete-blank-lines. Added fill-paragraph,
unfill-paragraph. Added comment-dwim.

  Xah
∑ http://xahlee.org/
Xavier Maillard | 9 Sep 07:00 2008

Re: spartan-wiki.el --- a really spartan personal wiki

spamfilteraccount <at> gmail.com a écrit :
> A little, crude fun project which some may find useful.
> 
> http://www.emacswiki.org/cgi-bin/wiki/SpartanWiki

Interesting. How does it compare to emacs-wiki ?
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Re: spartan-wiki.el --- a really spartan personal wiki

On Sep 9, 7:00 am, Xavier Maillard <maill... <at> fastmail.fm> wrote:
> spamfilteracco... <at> gmail.com a écrit :
>
> > A little, crude fun project which some may find useful.
>
> >http://www.emacswiki.org/cgi-bin/wiki/SpartanWiki
>
> Interesting. How does it compare to emacs-wiki ?

Unfavorably, I guess. :)

Never used emacs-wiki, but AFAIK it uses multiple files to store
information and I bet it has more than a single markup character
(unlike spartan-wiki).

It's only a little toy project which can be used as a personal
notebook if one wants some simple structure, but does not need fancy
features.
Xavier Maillard | 9 Sep 19:30 2008

Re: spartan-wiki.el --- a really spartan personal wiki

spamfilteraccount <at> gmail.com a écrit :
> On Sep 9, 7:00 am, Xavier Maillard <maill... <at> fastmail.fm> wrote:
>> spamfilteracco... <at> gmail.com a écrit :
>>
>>> A little, crude fun project which some may find useful.
>>> http://www.emacswiki.org/cgi-bin/wiki/SpartanWiki
>> Interesting. How does it compare to emacs-wiki ?
> 
> Unfavorably, I guess. :)
> 
> Never used emacs-wiki, but AFAIK it uses multiple files to store
> information and I bet it has more than a single markup character
> (unlike spartan-wiki).
> 
> It's only a little toy project which can be used as a personal
> notebook if one wants some simple structure, but does not need fancy
> features.

Do you plan to have backlink support ? I do not need fancy features but 
I need thigs like:

- backlinks
- links to other wiki file

This is all I am expecting from a wiki "engine".

Also, what would happen if your wiki-file is too large to fit in an 
emacs buffer ?

Gmane