Hi, I’m Ye Wenbin. (叶文彬) I like Emacs, because it makes me creative. I never spent so much time on something like Emacs, except Perl, another magical language. I started to use Emacs in 2004. Now, I used it every day.
I write some elisp. Maybe you have never heart of it. I hope that more and more people will like my elisp. And I have a dream that someday Emacs will be distributed with my code.
A list of my elisp:
I provide an extension Lisp:dot-emacs-help.el to manage my .emacs. It will be very easy to modify or search a piece of configuration. I upload my configuration to YwbEmacsConf. You maybe have to rename the file with extension `.tar.gz’ to uncompress it correctly after download the file,
Please let me known if you have any comments about or problems with my code. My homepage: http://learn.tsinghua.edu.cn:8080/2005211356/website/index.html My blog: http://wenbinhome.blogspot.com/. You may get or update code from there.
My favorite programming language is Perl. I wish that someday there will be a wonderful Perl IDE in Emacs; maybe I will create one
I think pcomplete does more completion in shell.
I don’t known how to set up pcomplete for shell. shell-completion can do this:
Sorry. I have fixed it. I removed the (require ‘hannum) from eval-when-compile. Now it will work without hannum.el. Thank you!
Thanks! For the kind of keyboard macros I often use,
‘incr-dwim’ is much more useful than the macro counter feature that usually forget how to use by the time I need it again. – AlexSchroeder
Very minor coding tip: You can test the value returned by
‘require’. So, for instance:
(require 'dot-emacs-helper nil t) (when (not (featurep 'dot-emacs-helper)) (defmacro deh-require-maybe (feature &rest forms) (declare (indent 1)) `(progn (require ,feature nil t) (when (featurep ,feature) ,@forms))) ...)
can become just:
(unless (require 'dot-emacs-helper nil t) (defmacro deh-require-maybe (feature &rest forms) (declare (indent 1)) `(when (require ,feature nil t) ,@forms))) ...)
HTH – DrewAdams
Thanks. I update it in the elisp too.
First thanks for all your work on emacs. I am a long-term user of your type-test extension and I recently switched to emacs23. Unfortunately, in that version of emacs, type-test does not behave as expected at end of lines in the \*type test\* buffer. To correct this misbehavior, I had to turn off line-move-visual. Putting the following in the type-test-mode definition in type-test.el solves the problem:
(when (> emacs-major-version 22) (make-local-variable 'line-move-visual) (setq line-move-visual nil))
I’m a beginner as far as elisp is concerned, so check whether I overlooked something here I think the compiler warnings in help-dwim.el can be fixed by changing:
(defun help-dwim-build-woman-obarray (&optional re-cache) ... (require 'woman)
(defun help-dwim-build-woman-obarray (&optional re-cache) ... (eval-and-compile (require 'woman))
the elisp manual claims that
‘require’ is automatically
‘eval-and-compile’d, but apparently that’s only true for toplevel
Hello Ye, In Emacs 23.1.1, i think there’s a bug with Bibus. When a try to load it, i get the following error:
mysql-cell: Wrong type argument: integerp, nil
Maybe you can help me or fix the bug, thanks.