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Fuco
wgreenhouse: but well... I think it's a bit like islam wrt. jesus. Though bhagavata and garuda are pretty old, but still much younger than the supposed time of buddha
I'm nto such an expert to declare it is authoritative though
gita even makes fun of buddhism a bit
barabara
Which IDE can mimic emacs keyshortuts
apart from emacs of course
bremner
I heard hga is much more intuitive than gita
wgreenhouse
Fuco: well, yes, Islam does that to a corollary but opposite purpose--convincing Christians that they're people of the book but their book is incomplete, and they should cotton to the new prophecy as well
Fuco: Hindu texts praising the Buddha is a way for them to convince Buddhists that they don't have to be apart, they can come back :)
and apparently that worked pretty well
bremner
holy hell canadian cell phone prices suck. I had forgotten.
wgreenhouse
religions are always looking to establish themselves as part of a continuity and claim competitors as part of their continuiy
*continuity
dalias
i don't see emacs doing that with vi...
bremner
dalias: emacs is not a religion, it is the truth
dalias
:)
         

tromey
that's a clash of civilizations
anderson
Death to the unbeliever then?
Sorry I didn't mean to say that out loud.
wgreenhouse
dalias: sure we are, that's spacemacs
miskatonic
isn't evil the same thing as hindus praising a buddha?
barabara
Which IDE can mimic emacs keyshortuts
wgreenhouse
"the best editor is both editors"
classic syncretistic statement
barabara
apart from emacs of course
bremner
barabara: please don't repeat quite so often, it's boring
wgreenhouse
barabara: any written in gtk or any using the OSX Cocoa Text System
both have inbuilt emacs styles
parsnip
why is europe so crowded with countries?
bremner
parsnip: hysterical reasons
parsnip
too much water?
wgreenhouse
parsnip: lots of religious wars, settled with bad hacks like the Peace of Westphalia
rudybot: cuius regio eius religio
rudybot
wgreenhouse: cuius regio, eius religio?
parsnip
um, let's come up with analagous comparisons for fsbot and rudybot that are equally insulting
Lokathor
so i have some global-set-key calls in my .emacs that make tab, backspace, and enter perform how I want. However, this makes tab not indent lisp properly
is there a way to make some sort of exclusion so that it doesn't modify the key map for lisp mode?
alternately i could set the key in every other programming mode i use, but that seemed like the clunky way to do it
parsnip
Lokathor: i do C-h k in Scratch, i get indent-for-tab-command
python476
simplest modern way to test elisp code ? ert ? cask ?
bremner
monkeys with lasers on their heads.
Lokathor
parsnip, mine is set to tab-to-tab-stop
         

parsnip
Lokathor: maybe that will work too?
Fuco
AAAaaaa... they changed syntax of @ from prefix to symbol in 24.4
WHY gods
stupid stupid stupid syntax tables
parsnip
¯\_(Ä)_/¯
Lokathor
parsnip, well it forces that tab goes to the next multipule of four, which is fine for non-lisp, but lisp people have their own idea of how things should be indented apparently
parsnip
Lokathor: which one?
did you try executing in a Lisp buffer?
Lokathor
yes i opened a common lisp file
parsnip
did you try my command?
barabara
How do I set font ?
parsnip
barabara: how about through menu bar?
Lokathor
parsnip, that also just puts four spaces
oh well, the world won't die if the indenting is a little off for now
parsnip
Lokathor: i wonder if it's something to do with all your TAB modifications? also, can just use emacs default TAB behavior. where does it cause a problem?
Lokathor
well, by default haskell mode takes over how tab works and it performs horribly
bremner
rst mode is killing me.
Lokathor
which is why i had to override the defaults to begin with
parsnip
Lokathor: i feel like i've heard about TAB in haskell-mode before. maybe just override there?
slugobers
hm, emacs-lisp specific thing. say i have several local variable. i need to evaluate them all based on some string, which i parse using 'with-temp-buffer'
but while i'm in that buffer, the variable values are different. is there a clever way to transfer all the variables between buffers (i.e. the real buffer and the temporary one) at once?
i mean i can locally bind them with 'let' of course, but they are quite many...
bremner
why does emacs want to align "Enforce" with "``" in http://paste.debian.net/290160/
parsnip
Lokathor: another approach to get what you want, maybe check which aspects of TAB'ing you've modified, then do a hook on lisp-mode's to set them back to defaults.
slugobers
and after binding i'd also need to setq the found values to real variables...
bremner
slugobers: I think you have to explicitly copy buffer-local variables, but maybe ,,df buffer-local-variables
fsbot
buffer-local-variables is a built-in function in `buffer.c'.
(buffer-local-variables &optional BUFFER)
Return an alist of variables that are buffer-local in BUFFER.
Most elements look like (SYMBOL . VALUE), describing one variable. ..[Type ,more]
user`
hello when [XELB] connection failed no protocol something,something...
bremner
can help
user`
anyone can help me with that ?
slugobers
bremner: ok, thanks
filtering that list would probably be even uglier
wasamasa
,tell user` about irc-silence
fsbot
ERROR: Symbol's function definition is void: fs-\`
wasamasa
urgh
,tell user\` about irc-silence
fsbot
user`: irc-silence -- [0] If nobody responds to your question, chances are nobody knows an answer
[1] It could also be that you're asking at a time where nobody helpful is online, so try asking again in a few hours
slugobers
let's pick option number 1
miskatonic
chances are that too few people had ever to do with an addon that is still; experimental and just ba few days old
user`
error in process filter xelb connection failed no protocol specified <- its that
slugobers
can i 'push' to a dynamically computed variable [name]?
Fuco
sure
I wonder why doesn't magit inherit form standard faces :O
holomorph
because fu*k you
ryouma
,xelb
fsbot
From memory, AxelBoldt is at http://www.emacswiki.org/emacs/AxelBoldt
scottj
ryouma: library that exwm uses (window manager)
x emacs lisp bindings
slugobers
Fuco: nevermind, got wrong argument order
scottj
fsbot: xelb is X protocol Emacs Lisp Bindings https://github.com/ch11ng/xelb used by exwm window manager
fsbot
Created new entry for "xelb"
user`
scottj i know i have it
but why im getting that error
scottj
user`: none of my messages were directed to you
user`
ok
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