I use Emacs more than 15 years (last years I'm using GNU Emacs, but before I've also used XEmacs). Emacs for me is something like Swiss army knife — with it I perform almost all my tasks — program in different languages, write articles, read e-mail & usenet news, talk in irc & jabber, and more other things (and my site created with Muse — wiki-like package for Emacs).
I wrote (and continue to write) series of articles about using Emacs to perform different tasks (many of articles in Russian, and here listed only some translated articles):
On separate page you can also find my other articles.
I wrote some code for Emacs (not counting patches for different projects):
hs-lint.el— module for work with HLint from Emacs (it now included into haskell-mode). It allows to get list of hints, and provide navigation through this list. It could be used following way (to run of
C-c lkey binding is used):
(require 'hs-lint) (defun my-haskell-mode-hook () (local-set-key "\C-cl" 'hs-lint)) (add-hook 'haskell-mode-hook 'my-haskell-mode-hook)
You can find my configuration file for GNU Emacs on github — most of settings, related to the concrete packages & topics, are moved to separate files. I want to mention, that this configuration is not "optimal", and many parts are not up-to-date. But now i haven't time to rewrite it
This links could be useful when searching information about Emacs:
Last change: 05.03.2013 16:54