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Re: [eev] [NEWBIE] Please explain the concept

From: rubikitch
Subject: Re: [eev] [NEWBIE] Please explain the concept
Date: Sat, 01 Sep 2007 05:55:00 +0900 (JST)

From: Xavier Maillard <address@hidden>
Subject: [eev] [NEWBIE] Please explain the concept
Date: Thu, 23 Aug 2007 22:31:22 +0200

Hi, I'm a heavy user of eev since 2003.

> So my unique question is this one: can you explain to me what is
> *exactly* eev and in what it can be usefull ? :)

I admit that I could not understood what eev meant first, but as I use
it I found it very useful.

Eev is E-script environment. E-script contains texts, hyperlinks and
shell commands.  Eev hyperlinks are merely sexps of Emacs Lisp, so you
can define your own hyperlinks by only defining function. And they can
be embedded in ANY TEXT FILES including source files. I appreciate
hyperlinks by sexp. I embed sexp hyperlinks in many source files.

Eev can send lines to terminals (eevnow / eech / eechannel-*) or Emacs
buffers (eepitch-*).

If you take a note of things about computer, using e-script is best
way I think.  Once you take a note of usage of shell commands, you can
play back noted shell commands easily.


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