Summary: Added StickyWindows
> == Making Emacs Windows Sticky ==
I use Emacs. I’ve been an Emacs’er since 1994 when I discovered a coworker using it to perform rectangle operations that vi could not do. So, I switched to Xemacs. However, that was version 19.13 of Xemacs. Within a short time, I discovered that Xemacs would become very sluggish as the number of open buffers became large. So, I gave up on it and have been using Gnu Emacs ever since. The recent versions of Xemacs have probably fixed that problem.
There is probably a lot of things on Xemacs that I would benefit from, and at one point I tried to go back, but there were too many interface changes and behavioural differences between the two programs that I would have to maintain essentially two different forms of .emacs file, so I stayed with Gnu Emacs. Other than that, I’m not religious about using one or the other.
From http://repose.cx/emacs/wiki/index.html#sec4, I used the
emacs-wiki-preview-html function Damien Elmes presented and bound it to the “C-c p” key in planner mode:
;; Got this from http://repose.cx/emacs/wiki/index.html#sec4: (defun emacs-wiki-preview-html () (interactive) (emacs-wiki-publish-this-page) (browse-url (emacs-wiki-published-file))) ;; Now install a new keybinding to execute emacs-wiki-preview-html above: (add-hook 'planner-mode-hook (lambda () (interactive) (when (boundp 'planner-mode-map) (define-key planner-mode-map "\C-cp" 'emacs-wiki-preview-html ) ) ) )
I created the RloginMode wiki page in order to add customizations I found useful.