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Jul
21
comment How to prevent the “Symbol's function definition is void: error” when running emacs in the console?
Emacs probably gave you a Warnings buffer telling you to run emacs with the --debug-init option to get a complete error backtrace. Try that and add that information to the question. Along with the Emacs version M-x emacs-version. That chunk of code works just fine with Emacs 23.2.
Jul
21
comment How to prevent the “Symbol's function definition is void: error” when running emacs in the console?
(toggle-scroll-bar -1) works just fine in emacs -nw for Emacs 23.2...
Jul
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Jul
10
answered Turn off “use template” query in emacs
Jul
1
answered Highlight the matching content of a pair of braces in emacs
Jun
22
answered What is the logic behind the Emacs keybinding scheme?
Mar
27
answered Setting major-mode specific keybindings in emacs
Mar
11
answered How do I stop the mini-buffer prompting for stuff if I've moved on
Mar
11
answered how to get a decent emacs setup on linux
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13
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Jan
28
answered How to scroll the diff buffer easily in Emacs while point is on the minibuffer
Jan
28
revised bind <Control> to yet another key in Emacs 23
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28
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Jan
28
answered bind <Control> to yet another key in Emacs 23
Jan
23
answered How can I send a literal tab to bash in emacs' shell-mode?
Jan
10
comment Deleting slow on X11 emacs
@Malvolio I updated the answer to provide xor, and you might need to leave the cut-function as nil for a while.
Jan
10
answered Deleting slow on X11 emacs
Jan
5
comment Emacs protection against simultaneous editing by same user
@PeterEisentraut If both Emacs are just viewing the file, there's no need. As soon as they modify the file, Emacs will warn (before saving, just modifying will trigger the warning).
Dec
19
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Dec
17
comment Can I find out which files are open in an Emacs instance running on remote workstation?
I didn't need to sudo, so I don't think so.