< <parolang> Even the name, Editing MACroS. For what are macros for?
> <parolang> Even the name, Editing !MACroS. For what are macros for?
i spent two weeks with emacs and im only pissed off.. (vim is the same).. i can’t work on linux..
It takes longer than two weeks.
i want to programe.. not to fuck with editor..
Yes, but with emacs you can do both at the same time
See, this is the emacs spirit. You use the editor to edit your editor, it’s recursion, and that’s why it needed lisp.
Even the name, Editing MACroS. For what are macros for? For editing. So you use emacs to edit your macros that help you edit macros.
The secret is that there is no point to emacs outside of emacs, that’s why emacs users try to do everything inside of emacs, because outside of emacs everything seems meaningless in existential dispair.
This is why emacs users bury themselves in parens; for each paren matches another paren, and all the parens cancel each other out. And there is nothing outside of the parens, for all the parens collapse in on themselves into nil.
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