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karljam
jlf: it shows up as a menu item called "hi" without the quotes
actually...
jlf
,easymenu
fsbot
EasyMenu is, like, at http://www.emacswiki.org/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?EasyMenu
shabble
GSaldana: testing it here doesn't do that, using yas 0.6.1b
karljam
it's showing up just about every other time though
GSaldana
shabble: here's the whole thing i get when expanding h1 in html-mode http://pastebin.com/VMGnw4CG
karljam
every key i press, every other mouse click besides mouse-3
wow
GSaldana
shabble: how can i see my yasnippet version?
shabble
GSaldana: C-h v yas/version RET
         

karljam
(Action) is gonna try a different way
GSaldana
shabble: using yasnippet 0.7.0
karljam
jlf: using the easy-menu notation, here is my sub-item:
["hi" (message "hi") t]
shabble
GSaldana: updating mine now
jlf
karljam: i'm afraid i don't know anything about easy-menu.. you might try that emacswiki page
karljam
jlf: ok, thanks anyhow... hi seems to show up every .3 seconds now
bpalmer
let's build a web browser with full windows-1252 support
tuv
i'm looking for a tool to keep track of my weekly progress. ideally, i'd like to add entries per week. an entry would belong to a category that i can browse later regardless of the week
does any emacs mode do this easily?
shabble
sounds like a job for ,,org-mode!
fsbot
fsbot loves you!
shabble
,org-mode
fsbot
I heard org-mode is [0] Org-mode is a mode for keeping notes, maintaining ToDo lists, and doing project planning with a fast and effective plain-text system
[1] new official site: http://orgmode.org/,
[2] #org-mode,
[3] http://www.emacswiki.org/cgi-bin/wiki/OrgMode, ..[Type ,more]
GSaldana
yup, org-mode
tuv
shabble: i thought so, i just wanted to make sure nothing else is more obvious
i'm used to lists in org-mode. how about a date-aware weekly structure
GSaldana
tuv: check out org-agenda
fledermaus
evening
isomer
hi fledermaus
shabble
GSaldana: I'm getting the same problem as you with yas .7.0
it looks like it's because the snippets have mixed (crlf/lf) line endings, so something is getting confused
if you edit the snippets and strip out the ^Ms, it seems to work
spat
I want to do versioning and have it intergrated with emacs. I don't give much about the features of the versioning system as long as the repository can be on a different computer than this one.
what would be the best versioning system for me?
shabble
magit works quite well for git
or there's vc-svn and psvn to do...svn :)
not sure about the rest. bzr is probably supported somehow
         

spat
lol never even heard of bzr
legumbre
hehe
spat
I'm quite the noob in this area anyway. can anyone tell me wich one is the easiest to set up?
legumbre
,yow
fsbot
PIZZA!!
jlf
(Action) likes git
shabble
(Action) is finally getting round to learning git
technomancy
magit is easily the best VC interface for Emacs
qDot_
(Action) luv magit
spat
now that is what I wanted to hear
git it is thanks!
shabble
I recall rumours that it was no longer getting developed though?
spat
what git? I doubt that
shabble
no, magit
GSaldana
shabble: thanks, I'll fix my snippets and will look to post the bugreport if not reported already
qDot_
The mainline of magit has been a little slow lately
But there's a lot of people developing aroundit
Oh, more mainline changes today, even
shabble
GSaldana: $ perl -i -pe's/\r//' *
GSaldana
is there a way to quickly view what changed on a file in magit? I usually use git citool for that, since I sometimes forget what changes I've made to write the correct commit comment
qDot_
Yup
fledermaus
just TAB on the line in the nagit buffer
qDot_
There's a changed file list, just hit tab and it shows a nicely formatted diff, with ability to do chunk undo/stage.
fledermaus
probably want to customise the magit diff faces first, the default colours are pretty useless
technomancy
because, you know, blue means added.
fledermaus
it's more the default characters have no contrast
and an annoying grey background colour, so everything just looks washed out.
technomancy
yeah, the default background is awful on 8-color Emacs
which you often get when using gnu screen
fledermaus
it's awful on full-colour emacs running in X
it just bad - I dunno why the magit diff faces don't just inherit the standard diff faces anyway
cluck
it's kind of dumb how to this day emacs still has problems displaying with screen or xterm
fledermaus
works fine in an xter mfor me
dunno about screen
technomancy
I can get full-color in xterm too, just not screen.
screen is so full of awesome yet at the same time so full of crazy quirks
cluck
i can kinda get the trouble with all distros customizing xterm on their own way but gnu screen?!? (so much for making gnu programs interact well with each other)
technomancy
"hey, we're going to randomly turn on flow control because your finger slipped, which breaks other features unpredictably... is that OK?"
rubikcube
hi, somehow for one user on this machine, emacs (with Xft enabled) doesn't do font hinting properly, the glyphs are all a bit blurry because of that. Any idea how to fix that problem?
cluck
technomancy: the expression you are looking for is s/crazy quirks/FAIL/g :)
tuv
org-mode samples i've seen are structured based on category, and org-mode reconstructs the timeline, and they are mostly planning for the future. i'm looking for a way to enter my items based on a timeline (a heading per week), with a category specified, and be able to query a categery to see all its items (which are scattered over the weeks). is that still doable with org-mode?
Xantoz
technomancy: tried setting TERM to screen-256color in the window in screen that you start emacs in?
GSaldana
tuv: maybe planner-mode might fit your workflow, but not sure since I don't use it myself
tuv
GSaldana: i will take a look, although the name does not sound very promising. planner suggests items for the future. i'm looking for a way to 'log' my past activities for reference
GSaldana
tuv: how about this: http://metajack.im/2009/01/01/journaling-with-emacs-orgmode/
rubikcube
problem solved, seems that some global KDE settings affected my emacs :/
tuv
GSaldana: thanks.. will have a look
abbe
.seen keramida
birny
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abbe
.seen consolers
birny
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gwynddyllyd
does anyone knows how to rebind a key to another key and not another command? i couldn't find it on info.
specifically, i want to rebind S-TAB to TAB
jlf
,df keyboard-translate
fsbot
keyboard-translate is a compiled Lisp function in `subr.el'.
(keyboard-translate FROM TO)
Translate character FROM to TO at a low level.
This function creates a `keyboard-translate-table' if necessary
and then modifies one entry in it.
technomancy
Xantoz: yeah, didn't work for me
gwynddyllyd
(my TAB is remapped in a minor mode that i use on almost everything)
jlf: oh, I guess that might work. I'll have a look at it. Thanks a lot!
jlf
you bet
bpalmer
But will you bet ... your life?
,rr
fsbot
bpalmer's luck just ran out... *BANG*
hylje
oh snap
gwynddyllyd
I haven't tried it yet - have to sort out some things first - but from the info page it appears as if I'll have S-TAB call the exact same thing that TAB will call, wouldn't I?
i.e. I'll have two bindings to the same function instead of the 'old' TAB functions back into S-TAB.
unless I bind it before the new bindings take place
oh
(Action) feels stupid.
i deserve this
,rr
fsbot
gwynddyllyd shudders as the great and powerful fsbot aims the all-powerful barrel of the gnu... *CLICK*
ggole
That's what you get for having so many consonants
bpalmer
gwynddyllyd, unlike I, still has their blood on the inside.
What's the matter, ggole, scared to test your own doubled consonants against Madame Fate ?
ggole
Never! ,,rr
fsbot
(Action) points the gnu and ggole trembles... *CLICK*
gwynddyllyd
the funny part is that you never get to know if fsbot has good aim.
maybe he's all *bang*s and *click*s but can't hit %^&*
ggole
Oh, he's an aimbot
legumbre
it's all show and respect
quotemstr
,cheese
fsbot
i recommend tomme
quotemstr
,wine
fsbot
Sir, I recommend the Chateau de Seguin 2001.
gwynddyllyd
,acapulco
fsbot
(Action) rolls a joint with some fine Ganja and hands it to gwynddyllyd, "Fire it up!"
jlf
o_O
legumbre
oh boy
gwynddyllyd
I didn't know it would reply with that, if that makes you feel better.
I was looking up the documentation at emacs-wiki
jlf
,xanax
fsbot
If I pull this SWITCH I'll be RITA HAYWORTH!! Or a SCIENTOLOGIST!
gwynddyllyd
it's an example from his apropos
quotemstr
,beer
fsbot
(Action) throws quotemstr a cool cup of Quilmes!
quotemstr
:-)
shabble
,&
fsbot
in the distance, you see some tree bark.
quotemstr
I love how people are in non-BMP Unicode denial.
bpalmer
let's deny unicode three times ere the cock crows
shabble
bpalmer: backwards, in front of a mirror?
bpalmer
only by ourselves
jlf
let's film weekend at birny's
quotemstr
jlf: ... Does Dallas!
jlf
.seen the script
birny
I've never seen the script before.
bpalmer
we can tell
,flame birny
fsbot
SELECT * FROM EVIL WHERE target = birny
quotemstr
Hrm, shouldn't that be something more like INSERT INTO birny SELECT * FROM evil ?
bpalmer
that would seem more sensical.
quotemstr
Oh, great.
HEAD cc-mode is horribly buggy. Again.
bpalmer
depends on evil's schema, I suspect.
anybody have an xsd validator for it?
quotemstr
bpalmer: Perhaps simpler and more menacing would be TRUNCATE birny.
Eraldo
what was the command to view the history of actions?
useful for finding the function name behind something
mjrosenb
for hs-minor-mode, is there any way to have it automatically hide anything according to a pattern / function?
Eraldo
I read it on some blog but can not remember the shortcut/call
quotemstr
,ihdeshow
fsbot
Q:What's buried in Grant's tomb?
A:A corpse.
quotemstr
Eraldo: ,,dff show-lossage
fsbot
try: PrintingBdfFonts RdfForWiki http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/iel5/35/4907392/04907409.pdf%3Farnumber%3D4907409
quotemstr
Ah, ,,df view-lossage
fsbot
view-lossage is an interactive compiled Lisp function in `help.el'.
It is bound to C-h l, <f1> l, <help> l.
(view-lossage)
Display last 300 input keystrokes.
To record all your input on a file, use `open-dribble-file'.
Eraldo
quotemstr: that was not it... I want the history of things emacs did.. not history of imput but that is good to know aswell
mjrosenb
for example, i want to hide everything that looks like a function that is defined within a struct, and nothing else.
shabble
Eraldo: I suppose you could leave a keyboard macro recording :)
mjrosenb
shabble: that will stop on an error, and do what he does not want
err
does not do what he wants
(Action) does not believe he could have phrased that any worse.
quotemstr
Graphcrap.
Looks like I have to back out Alan's new C++ template stuff *again*.
gwynddyllyd
(Action) needs to remind himself to remap xmonad's "burst in flames" M-S-q to something else.
I use dvorak and tried M-S-: some expression.
A one-character-apart typo dropped me from X.
mjrosenb
gwynddyllyd: what does M-S-q do in xmonad?
oh, it kills xmonad, doesn't it.
fledermaus
zzz
mjrosenb
gwynddyllyd: i believe i solved that general problem by running my wm in a loop inside of .xinitrc
gwynddyllyd
mjrosenb: Apparently it does. Stupid wm.
mjrosenb: That's a good option. I'll still remap the sequence to something impossible to type or just remove it altogether. I can always C-F1 into the terminal from where I came from and kill it by hand.
mjrosenb: OT: what wm are you using?
mjrosenb
gwynddyllyd: if you want to kill X, ctrl-alt-backspace is a good option
gwynddyllyd: ion3+
gwynddyllyd
mjrosenb: for some reason that binding is not working here.
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