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06.04.2018 02:00

It would be awesome to use messages on iOS to write to other apps and services.

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06.04.2018 02:00

Favourite Doom Emacs trick: make compile pre-compiles most *el to improve speed.

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06.04.2018 02:00

I have finally gotten around to setting up a patreon. If you like my blog or my github stuff any support would be very much appriciated. The more support, the more time I’ll have to spend on crazy stuff.

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06.04.2018 02:00

Note to self: the emacs function Mu4e uses under Spacemacs to send email(e.g when you hit ,,) is message-send-and-exit

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06.04.2018 02:00

Filling my Vanishing Point converter with a syringe.

Doom Emacs Reference

06.04.2018 02:00

I couldn’t find any documentation of the command available, except for in the editor, so I mapped it out.

Org-mode versus Taskapaper.

06.04.2018 02:00

I love Org-mode and I love Taskpaper. But I like each one for different reasons.

Taskpaper as a file format works much better for me, than the org-mode format. But I think org-mode as a piece of software is much more powerful and is much better when it comes to management. In other words: I prefer writing in the taskpaper format, but org mode is more fun to use.

I have written a very simple python script to convert taskpaper formatted text to org-mode formatted text in order to make it a little bit easier for me to use both.

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05.04.2018 02:00

I’m digging Doom Emacs. My config is not ready for day to day usage yet. But I’m confident I’ll get it there soon.

Why am I considering to switch from Spacemacs?

  • Prettier
  • Easier Layer/module system
  • Faster in general: both in terms of startup and general usage.

But I think it is a little bit harder to get into than Spacemacs, and keyboard shortcuts etc are different.

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05.04.2018 02:00

Ahh. The reason mu4e was weird on Doom was that I had to install evil-mu4e.

Mac OS X is the old, and iOS is the new.

05.04.2018 02:00

I often see people saying “X is solved with Y on OS X, I hope Apple will support it”, and I’m pretty sure that it won’t happen at this point. There might show up something like Y that solves it, but it will not me the same. And probably not as flexible.

That’s just how it will be.

iOS is not the kind of computing I enjoy. And I will hopefully be able to work on a UNIX system or a UNIX like system for a very long time. But it is not the future.