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Re: [gNewSense-users] Learning GNU Emacs .

From: Cato Auestad
Subject: Re: [gNewSense-users] Learning GNU Emacs .
Date: Wed, 2 Jun 2010 15:12:49 +0200

On 6/2/10, Siddharth <address@hidden> wrote:
>> Sure thing. I use Emacs for writing texinfo documents (I try to
>> maintain a manual of simplistic installation instructions for gNS on
>> Lemote YeeLoong), general notetaking and also modifying code (I don't
>> write that much code myself, but I tend to modify stuff to make it
>> work a way I prefer). I have also used Emacs as an IRC client with erc
>> (Mx erc) and as a Gmail client with Wanderlust (I think it was
>> called). Just for fun I also used it as a default shell (some
>> instructions on EmacsWiki) for a day or two but that isn't a good idea
>> for long-term use.
> I use evolution at present as my email client , I love the idea of
> reading and sending emails right from emacs , I depend on gmail for
> email services . It will nice if you can direct to sources which will
> help me to setup 'mailing' in emacs .

I used this guide:
Cato Auestad / /

"Don't get set into one form, adapt it and build
 your own, and let it grow, be like Emacs. Empty
 your mind, be formless, shapeless - like Emacs.
 If you put Emacs in a cup it becomes the cup, if
 you put into a bottle it becomes the bottle. You
 put Emacs into a teapot it becomes the teapot.
 Now, Emacs can flow or it can crash. Be Emacs, my friend"

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