Posted on 3 January 2022
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Posted on 19 March 2020
This will be a short post this week. I just wanted to share something I learned recently about flycheck and my elisp files. I use flycheck to lint most of my code but I had it configured specifically for the languages I use the most. I was having some problems with flycheck and I discovered "global-flycheck-mode" and decided to use that rather than individually configure it for each language. I was surprised to see it lint my elisp files. I'm fairly new to emacs, only started using it a couple of years ago, and I've since rolled my own configuration.
Posted on 8 February 2020
tldr; I have created a Github Gist that captures the setup and configuration, key-binds, formatting, and GTD chart if you just want a reference.
Posted on 19 February 2019
I haven't really been using Emacs for all that long. I'm really a VIM user when it comes down to it, but there is one thing that vim is missing, a standardized package manager and a package repository. Sure there are package managers and I guess you could count vim.org/scripts as somewhat of a repository but generally speaking I find myself googling for some functionality and finding a repository in Github that I can pull in with one of the various different package managers that have sprung up to fill the gap.