I’ve been an Emacs user since 1994, but only learned to program in Elisp starting around 1997.
You can find my webpage-of-Emacs-fun at:
People looking for TimeClock, please note that it is now part of Emacs.
For people looking for TimeClock, but are using XEmacs 21.4 – it is not included with it. From where should us folks get it?
John, have you removed all your elisp stuff from your site?
From JohnWiegley: I am in the midst of recreating my site using the latest version of Muse. When it’s done, the new Emacs page will be here:
I have a question about
align.el bundled with emacs 22.
C-u M-x align in text mode fails to align strings of length one:
1 1 1 1 1 1 11 11 11 gives 11 11 11 111 111 111 111 111 111
Why not using the regular expression:
instead of "\\(^\\|\\S-\\)\\([ \t]+\\)\\(\\S-\\|$\\)"
text-column part of the
align-rules-list variable ? This seems to solve the problem.
Do you have a new version of scanner.el package (Create elisp scanners using Flex)?
The link http://oneworld.new-era.com/johnw/emacs.html is broken.
Those looking for John’s Emacs goodness, including chess client, can find it on his github account at http://github.com/jwiegley