I always get a few laughts when i visit a lol* site. Today i stumble upon lolcode! oh the joy! so, since i’m writing an article about bash and things related, i decided to create a lolcode syntax highlight for nano so i could grasp teh language! They have plenty of implementations, like BNF Grammar,…… Continue reading lolcode syntax highlight for nano
I have been using nano as my favourite console editor (i use emacs/kate for the rest) for some time now. It’s simplicity, the speed and usefulness of it made it what it is. But recently, i’ve been trying to find out more features that i might been missing. One of those were the shortcuts. The…… Continue reading Nano – Shortcuts, syntax highlight and nanorc config file – pt1
And now, let’s look at the .nanorc file. Here, i’ll go through the .nanorc config file, try to explain parts of it and set the syntax highlight on. See the first part for shortcuts . You can use the sample nanorc from /usr/share/nano/ , a copy from /etc/nanorc, or even from the sample nanorc in…… Continue reading Nano – Shortcuts, syntax highlight and .nanorc config file – pt2
browsing a working directory full of files and their backups, cli or gui wise, was turning into an annoying vision. So, finally i decided to make those backups go elsewhere! With the help of the friendly irc ppl (#emacs in irc.freenode.org) and building on Ryan Barrett (from /snarfed.org) i came into this: ;; create an…… Continue reading Hide emacs’ backups inside an hidden folder
i’ve been using the nXhtml package for emacs and has been useful. the php mode is great as is the xhtml one. but every time i tried to run the mmm i got the errors about the jit-lock-stealth-repeat-timer being void. The solution was later found! mumamo-turn-on-actions: Symbol’s value as variable is void: jit-lock-stealth-repeat-timer backtrace() mumamo-display-error(mumamo-turn-on-actions…… Continue reading emacs cvs and the Multi Major Modes
Here i hope to keep notes that i end up forgetting about Gnu/linux and the day-to-day interaction with it.