jueves, 23 de enero de 2020

Latest Awesome Emacs Developments

In the last month or so, a great wealth of new Emacs stuff has been developing in both core and community.

We know that in free software projects (communities, that is) some branches might take a long time to develop, but some others

tree-sitter: Integrating this project opensourced by github. This could mean a new way of syntax highlight that doesn't drag, smarter indentation, and completions. Eli mentioned it in the emacs mail list and people are looking into it.

Yet another jitter, by Andrea Corrallo.  Another approach to make emacs' elisp code run faster.  There have already been many attempts to this (Guilemacs, "El Compilador", and others). Will this be the one?  From the highest level perspective, I like "el compilador" the most, because it's kinda smalltalkish, but hey,... I don't have the knowledge to hack on any of those, so whatever the wizards pick, I'm good with it. Also, see mailing list.

SystemE : Replace Systemd with runit? nope, geekier.

Emacs Application Framework because you can also have proper gui controls.
 
Animations in elisp (text)

OM. higher level org parsing

doct declarative org-capture templates.

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