Looking for a beginners guide to setting up eMacs on windows (for Julia, and also org)

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  • julia-emacs

    Julia support in Emacs.

    After that for basic julia support you'll probably want to install julia-mode. There's instructions there in the readme about installing it from melpa. You should be able to just add those lines to your init file after (package-refresh-contents).

  • You could try emacs-groundup.

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  • doomemacs

    An Emacs framework for the stubborn martian hacker

    Hey, I use Emacs, write Julia code, and use Org extensively (including for slides). To give what hopefully is a helpful overview: - I use the Doom Emacs framework/starter kit, and would recommend it - Doom has 'modules' for vim keybindings, LSP, Julia setup, and some Org setup - I use the Julia LSP server, but I haven't played around much. I've heard good things about Julia-snail - I'm pretty happy with Org for presentations, you can easily turn each (sub)heading into a slide. I use the "beamer" backend but I know plenty of people with ox-re-reveal too.

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