|Subject:||Re: process communication help|
|Date:||Wed, 30 May 2007 15:53:57 +0800|
() "Yu,Gang" <address@hidden >
() Tue, 29 May 2007 19:57:42 +0800
Where can I get resources on elisp's idiomatic programming style?
one way is to read a lot of elisp. this is particularly easy to do
since emacs itself is distributed with a lot of elisp.
How about these macros?? I rewrite the function like this, [...]
these are ugly. i don't even know if they are correct, i could not
force myself to read them.
why don't you try this:
(0) make sure your emacs is properly installed, in other words, with
full source code (for each .elc file there should be a corresponding
.el file in the same directory).
(1) evaluate the forms:
(dolist (dir load-path) (ignore-errors (dired dir)))
(2) in each" dired buffer, evaluate the form:
(grep "egrep -nH -e '(call|start)-process' *.el")
by "evaluate the form", i mean type `M-:' and then the form and then
RET. for step (2) you can recall previous forms into the minibuffer
by typing `M-p'.
further exploration is up to you. have fun!
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