William Xu | 16 Sep 11:20 2009
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buffer-action.el --- Perform actions(compile/run, etc) in buffer v3.3

Perform actions(compile, run) based on buffer properties, such as major
mode, filename or any lisp expressions.  e.g., 

  foo.c: buffer-action-compile => "gcc -o foo foo.c -O2"
         buffer-action-run => "./foo"

Changes since 3.2: 

  - buffer-action-table: Every item now support thunks.
  - (buffer-action-shell-command): Make use of convert-standard-filename to quote
    filenames under w32.
  - (buffer-action-compile): Now when a user's edited the compile command
    interactively, we can save it for next time use !
  - buffer-action-table: Fix run handler for texinfo-mode by using full path
    for buffer file.

Attachment (buffer-action.el): application/emacs-lisp, 10 KiB

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cognitive.libertarian+ml | 17 Sep 21:57 2009
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pwsafe.el (password safe mode modified to support xsel)

pwsafe.el was originally written by Stefan Reichoer.  

It works well, but there's a defect in the underlying pwsafe
application (not in Reichoer's script) which prevents the clipboard
from working in some versions of debian.

I've modified pwsafe.el to make use of the "xsel" tool to copy
usernames and passwords to the x11 clipboard.  pwsafe and xsel are
required to run pwsafe mode.

Code is here:

  http://launchpadlibrarian.net/28470278/pwsafe_clipboard.el

Known defect:  pwsafe mode cannot be launched directly from the
               commandline using "emacs -f pwsafe".  
David Engster | 18 Sep 17:13 2009
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minimap.el - Minimap sidebar in Emacs

This file is an implementation of a minimap sidebar, e.g., a smaller
display of the current buffer on the left side. It highlights the
currently shown region and updates its position automatically.

Currently, this is more a 'proof of concept', but I think it's already
usable. The main problem would be to make the sidebar stick with the
main window, which currently not really possible in Emacs, but AFAIK
people are working on such a feature for the ECB merge.

See this Wiki page (which started it all) for a Screenshot:

http://www.emacswiki.org/emacs-en/ThingsEmacsCannotDo

-David

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joakim | 18 Sep 22:47 2009
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Re: minimap.el - Minimap sidebar in Emacs

David Engster <deng <at> randomsample.de> writes:

> This file is an implementation of a minimap sidebar, e.g., a smaller
> display of the current buffer on the left side. It highlights the
> currently shown region and updates its position automatically.

Very cool! I had in mind doing something like this for some time, but
you beat me to it :)

>
> Currently, this is more a 'proof of concept', but I think it's already
> usable. The main problem would be to make the sidebar stick with the
> main window, which currently not really possible in Emacs, but AFAIK
> people are working on such a feature for the ECB merge.
>
> See this Wiki page (which started it all) for a Screenshot:
>
> http://www.emacswiki.org/emacs-en/ThingsEmacsCannotDo
>
> -David
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David Engster | 19 Sep 00:25 2009
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Re: minimap.el - Minimap sidebar in Emacs

 <joakim <at> verona.se> writes:
> David Engster <deng <at> randomsample.de> writes:
>
>> This file is an implementation of a minimap sidebar, e.g., a smaller
>> display of the current buffer on the left side. It highlights the
>> currently shown region and updates its position automatically.
>
> Very cool! I had in mind doing something like this for some time, but
> you beat me to it :)

:-)

I've fixed some stuff and added new features.

You can now navigate in the minimap by dragging the highlighted region
with the mouse, which scrolls the corresponding buffer. It's not
perfect, but I think it works pretty well.

I've added a new option to automatically recenter the minimap upon
cursor movement, and an existing minimap is reused if its buffer isn't
currently visible. Last not least, the minimap is now read-only.

You can get the latest version from

http://randomsample.de/minimap.el

Regards,
David
Xah Lee | 22 Sep 16:04 2009
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new version of ErgoEmacs Keybinding package

Announcing a new major release of ErgoEmacs keybinding package.

This is now a full-featured minor mode. (Thanks to David Capello for
implementation)

This new version (5.1.0) has these new features:

• It is now a minor mode, that can be turned on and off.

• It added a support for Spanish and Italian keyboard layout. (still
supports US, Dvorak, and Colemak layouts)

• It now has where-is-old-binding command, which lets you find out the
associated command of a given shortcut in emacs default, and what the
new shortcut is under ErgoEmacs.

Download location and detail at:

• ErgoEmacs Keybinding
http://xahlee.org/emacs/ergonomic_emacs_keybinding.html

  Xah
∑ http://xahlee.org/
Nordlöw | 28 Sep 13:45 2009
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Auto-fit *Help* buffer

If it want to auto-fit the *Help* buffer to its contents, in what
advice or hook should I insert a call to shrink-window-if-larger-than-
buffer()?

/Nordlöw

Gmane