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  • Starter Kit Recommendation: Spacemacs, Doom, or Centaur
    1 project | /r/emacs | 25 Mar 2021
    I switched from a hand-maintained config to Doom last year, and I can highly recommend it. It's very well organized, the community is very friendly and it works great. If you are interested, my config is at
  • Trouble with the init.el file using org
    3 projects | /r/emacs | 24 Feb 2021
    This sets the default for all the emacs-lisp blocks in the file, but you can still selectively write other blocks to different files, or not at all by specifying :tangle no. This way you can easily tangle multiple destination files from a single Org file. For an example, you can see my file, from which Doom's init.el, config.el and packages.el are all tangled.
  • Is there a way to create a beautiful presentation from Emacs?
    8 projects | /r/emacs | 22 Feb 2021
    In my config I have a hook I can call after saving the .org file to automatically export it and update the open browser to the current slide. This makes the process of updating/viewing the presentation a lot smoother. You can find my config here:
  • Long-Time Emacs User Looking to Level-Up (note-taking for classes)
    12 projects | /r/emacs | 16 Feb 2021
    Note that I said my "old config". A few months ago. I decided to try Doom Emacs. Over a couple of days, I ported most of the important bits of my decades-old, hand-maintained config, and in the process realized I could get rid of a lot of scaffolding (like the whole package-management bits in your config) by virtue of Doom's existing mechanisms, and also I could omit a lot of the configuration because Doom includes decent defaults for many things. I have not regretted moving to Doom. You can find my new config at
  • Problem requiring ox- packages in org-export-backends
    1 project | /r/emacs | 1 Feb 2021
    If you use use-package, it works well to define the package to be loaded :after org. I have lots of examples in my old emacs config, for example: (use-package ox-hugo :defer 3 :after org :custom (org-hugo-use-code-for-kbd t)) I now use Doom Emacs, but the same technique can be used with use-package!. For example, from my Doom Config: (use-package! ox-leanpub :after org :config (require 'ox-leanpub-markdown) (org-leanpub-book-setup-menu-markdown)) HTH
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