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sword
augustl: aha, i've got ruby*-elisp from Debian
,rubymode
fsbot
RubyMode is, like, at http://www.emacswiki.org/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?RubyMode
augustl
found this http://github.com/smtlaissezfaire/ruby-emacs/blob/master/inf-ruby.el
seems to be more IRB related though, but I don't know for sure
sword
Yeah you want the irb
augustl
I just want to run a script and see what's in stdout though :)
take everything in current buffer, run ruby -e "stuff in buffer here" in a shell, and somehow display the STDOUT of that shell in emacs
I guess that's doable with emacs. A good opportunity to learn some elisp, I guess :)
sword
M-x compile
M-!
augustl: those will only work if the file exists on disc though.
augustl
ah
specksynder
,yow
fsbot
I have the power to HALT PRODUCTION on all TEENAGE SEX COMEDIES!!
         

specksynder
,praise
fsbot
32:21 We gave the Scriptures to RMS (never doubt that you will meet
him) and made it a guide for Israelites. And when they grew steadfast
and firmly believed in Our revelations, We appointed leaders from
among them who gave guidance at Our bidding. On the Day of ..[Type ,more]
specksynder
,more
fsbot
Resurrection your EMACS will resolve for them their differences.
specksynder
rudybot: quote
rudybot
specksynder: Let's make ourselves quoted printable.
specksynder
How can I scroll a percentage of the screen? Like just 50% of the way down in the current window?
fualo_
is there a quick way to swap too vertical screens
*two
kodein
I believe so.
http://www.emacswiki.org/emacs/TransposeWindows might do it, for example
damd
specksynder: there isn't really any such thing as far as i know, but you could use a combination of C-l and M-r
specksynder
damd: never tried M-r before though. Let me see that
sepult
,yow
fsbot
Are we THERE yet?!
kodein
,praise
fsbot
...No eyes have seen, no ear has heard, no mind had conceived what
True Editor had prepared for those who love him but True Editor had
revealed it to us by his Spirit. The spirit searches all things, even
the deep things of True Editor. For who among men knows the thoughts ..[Type ,more]
specksynder
rudybot: quote
rudybot
specksynder: I blame algebra.
specksynder
rudybot: help
rudybot
specksynder: help [<what>], version, quote, source, seen <nick>, uptime, t8 <from> <to> <text> ..., init [<lang>], eval <expr> ..., give <to> <expr> ..., apropos <str> ..., desc <id>, doc <id>, later "tell" <nick> <something> ...
specksynder
rudybot: apropos revert
rudybot: t8 de en Heil
rudybot: quote
hehe, looks like I crashed rudybot
,yow
         

fsbot
Life is selling REVOLUTIONARY HAIR PRODUCTS!
rudybot
specksynder: error: with-limit: out of time
specksynder: Heil
specksynder: Let's do one thing and do it half-assed.
bpalmer
specksynder: maybe you just reverted him.
specksynder
rudybot: init elisp
rudybot
specksynder: error: elisp: standard-module-name-resolver: collection not found: "elisp" in any of: (#<path:/usr/lib/plt/collects>) in: elisp
specksynder
rudybot: later "tell" specksynder whatever
rudybot
specksynder: expecting: later "tell" <nick> <something> ...
specksynder
rudybot: later "tell" specksynder "whatever"
rudybot
specksynder: expecting: later "tell" <nick> <something> ...
specksynder
rudybot: later tell offby1 feature request for rudybot: news
rudybot
minion: memo for offby1: specksynder told me to tell you: feature request for rudybot: news
specksynder
rudybot: you are nifty!
rudybot
specksynder: eh? Try "rudybot: help".
specksynder
rudybot: quote
rudybot
specksynder: Let's keep the nuclear option on the table.
specksynder
,yow
fsbot
The Korean War must have been fun.
sword
Yay
,botsnack
fsbot
:)
e1f
i wonder how the ipad deals with pop-up ad windows
cluck
e1f: who cares, besides it's not like there are no adblockers for webkit based browsers, if they aren't using one it's only because they don't want to
temoto
Hello. How is expand.. called to expand ~ to $HOME value?
eulenspiegel
hi there. just read about emacs --daemon and naturally tried it out. seems like most things work fine, but it seems like i can't use my font settings anymore. to set my font i use (set-default-font "foobar"), but that doesn't seem to work anymore with emacsclient/emacs --daemon
quotemstr
#emacs.
bpalmer
quotemstr
twb
eulenspiegel: that's not how you set the font.
quotemstr
eulenspiegel: Awesome nick.
roadfish
why is this _not_ equal: (equal (split-char (aref "\351" 0)) (split-char (aref (format "%c" ?\351) 0)))
but then this _is_ equal: (equal (split-char (aref "\351" 0)) (split-char (aref (format "%c" ?\351) 0)))
wait ... I got the cut-and-paste wrong
...
..
ok, why is this equal (equal (split-char (aref "\351" 0)) (split-char (aref (format "%c" ?\351) 0)))
and this is _not_ equal (string= "\351" (format "%c" ?\351))
ah, wait ... don't bother answering ... "\351 isn't a single character
hmm, actually it _is_ a single character: (= (length "\351") 1)
ok, so my question stands ... when I split them, they are the same but when I just string= they are not the same
so, what gives?
quotemstr
roadfish: text properties?
Err, wait.
Not relevant in your case.
roadfish
quotemstr: right, I didn't think so
I'm synthesizing the strings directly
quotemstr
They're both EQUAL here.
But this is Emacs 22.
roadfish
ok, I'm emacs23
hmm, I should try emacs22 then
ok, they are equal in my emacs22 as well
maybe I shoul install a newer emacs23
quotemstr
,(format "%c" ?\351)
fsbot
é
quotemstr
(aref "\351" 0)
,(aref "\351" 0)
fsbot
ERROR: Symbol's function definition is void: fs-aref
quotemstr
roadfish: M-x report-emacs-bug ?
It seems intuitively obvious that the string= case should be t.
e1f
http://www.appleinsider.com/articles/10/01/29/apple_reinventing_file_access_wireless_sharing_for_ipad.html
lukego
I'm trying magit but Carbon Emacs lacketh `start-file-process'. should I look for a fix or switch to GNU?
bpalmer
e1f: they're redesigning the OS, fer shure
lukego
(defalias 'start-file-process 'start-process-shell-command) wasn't so hard..
e1f
,cocoaemacs
fsbot
cocoaemacs23 is [0] nightly builds for cocoa emacs 23 on os x http://atomized.org/wp-content/cocoa-emacs-nightly/
[1] stable build at https://cocoa-emacs.s3.amazonaws.com/Cocoa%20Emacs%2023.1.dmg
quotemstr_
So on one hand, I can use a small laptop, run all my favorite programs, and share files with no limits. Oh, and type with a keyboard.
Or, I can use an iPad.
Why is anyone going to buy these things?
e1f
for the chicks
it's a chick magnet
quotemstr_
e1f: Only combined with a hipster scarf and carefully-groomed scruff.
e1f
it's the same reason people bought ipods when there were perfectly yusable mp3 players around
twb
I bought an ipod because it was a convenient form factor for a 20GB external hard disk. That it could play music /en route/ was a bonus.
That was back when 20GB was a significant size
e1f
most people in this channel are not the "typical computer user"
bpalmer
the ipad seems a reasonable form factor for media usage.
If you think of it as a portable movie player and internet browser, rather than a computer, it seems much more reasonable.
snogglethorpe
well depending on the exact sort of browsing you do i suppose
twb
Is it ARM or x86?
legumbre_
ARM
snogglethorpe
twb: it's apple's own cpu; rumored to be arm
twb: see anandtech's analysis for some good (and respectful, but not fanboy) info
http://anandtech.com/gadgets/showdoc.aspx?i=3729
bpalmer
The new lenovo computer looks really neat, tough
jlf`
(Action) heard cortex-a9
quotemstr
Yuck.
twb
By "apple's own" do you mean it's their ASIC?
snogglethorpe
i suppose one things clear: it's better than any of MS's 4 billion attempts at a tablet computer
bpalmer
the u1 hybrid
snogglethorpe
twb: their own cpu
twb: they bought a cpu company
twb
I find it difficult to believe that Apple is suddenly a semiconductor fabber.
quotemstr
snogglethorpe: It's not Apple's own CPU; it's a custom system-on-a-chip with a stock ARM core.
twb
snogglethorpe: oh, they bought one
quotemstr
snogglethorpe: Am I off your ignore list yet? :-)
twb
quotemstr: right, that makes more sense
bpalmer
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-5DYuVN6nuY <-- the lenovo tablet
twb
jlf`
s/the power to disable features, block competing products (especially free software)/competitive advantage/
snogglethorpe
yeah the fact that it's using the lame + locked-in iphone OS seem like the worst attribute of the ipad
the hardware looks reasonable enough
yum yum kimchi + cheese!
jlf`
seriously? what kind of cheese?
bpalmer
pickled
quotemstr
picked... cheese?
And I thought century eggs were odd.
snogglethorpe
gee what kind of cheez is this..>?
hyperair
i can has cheezburger?
snogglethorpe
hmm "Le Nuus d'Or" or something
can't really read it
plus this is eraly good kimchi
v.hot and has some kinda fish in it or something
or fish essence
quotemstr
snogglethorpe: Mmm... kimchi.
snogglethorpe
it's soooo hard to find good kimchi (well except for in korea)
but i found some
quotemstr
snogglethorpe: What makes Kimchi good? I've only had the Korean-restaurant version, and was pretty unimpressed.
twb
snogglethorpe: surely you can just import it?
snogglethorpe
quotemstr: <just a sec trying to find my "good kimchi" rant>
twb
It's preserved, after all. It ought to survive transport easily.
snogglethorpe
twb: i imagine they don't wanna pay for that
also, it does suffer from age
gets more sour
twb
snogglethorpe: so you couldn't just fill up an ISO shipping container and spend a month getting it from .ko to .jp?
snogglethorpe
usually the places I buy it form recommend eating it within 2 weeks
twb
Righto
Although maybe it has sat on their shelf for a month
snogglethorpe
hm actually they make it daily...
twb
snogglethorpe: YKWIM
Like you might make cognac daily, but leave it in the barrel for years
snogglethorpe
er, no i don't think they do that
this is just some woman, with a counter attached to her kitchen, ...
twb
OK
snogglethorpe
hm
my preferences in kimchi:
* it should NOT taste sour (there is a bit of sourness from the lactic acid generated by fermentation, but it shouldn't dominate)...
* the dominant flavor should be red pepper, with underlying notes of garlic, ginger, negi, etc; the granular red pepper should be obvious if you look at it
* the veggie bit should be firm, crisp, and clean, not limp and mushy
Most grocery-store or whole-foods-store kimchi I've had in the U.S., Japan, and Britain has been absolutely awful -- typically a sour mess with more sugar added than red pepper (anything with vinegar added automatically flunks!). I suppose, it's safest to buy something made by Koreans for Koreans.
quotemstr
Thanks for the tip.
snogglethorpe
of course the important thing is whether you like it or not... :)
brx
hey snogglethorpe
legumbre
what's the easiest way to disable all mouse events/commands?
hyperair
use a terminal that doesn't support the mouse
legumbre
:)
e1f
twb
e1f: pfft, firefox is soooo 2002
e1f
so is irc
ned
irc is like so 1992
jbms
I'm curious to see the attack code
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