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 No.44

emacs cookbook is based.

 No.45

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>>44
>Using emacs in 2019+1 when neovim comes standard in most distro's repos
You have mere seconds to live.

 No.46

>>45

You have to pry the lisp from my cold, dead hands

 No.47

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>>46
The lisp can stay, MIT allows this.

But the emacs must go anon.

 No.48

>>47

I gotta finish my scheme-scripted text editor first!

 No.49

>>48
Speaking of scheme anon, have you done SICP??

 No.50

anti-civ computers are based

 No.53

dunno whats wrong with Atom or even nano

 No.54

>>49

Only halfway through

>>53

Nothing! I just need more than just a text editor, but not someting as specialized as an IDE. Like, if Lisp Machines were still a thing, I'd be on them. I need a completely integrated computing environment and Emacs is one of the very few things that does it as well. My desktop env is just here to give me access to images/videos, web browsing (qutebrowser), etc and the rest is all emacs.

 No.55

>>54

wait, not desktop env, wm (bspwm)



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