I’ve been using Emacs since it was black-and-white – back in the late eighties.
Packages written or co-written by me:
- FollowMode – Make side-by-side windows behave like a tall virtual window (bundled with Emacs)
- CWarnMode – Highlight suspicious C construct like assignment inside expressions (bundled with Emacs)
- AutoRevertMode – Automatically reloads buffer when file has been changed (bundled with Emacs)
- FontLockStudio – Interactive debugger for FontLockMode keywords
- Multicolumn – Support for multiple side-by-side windows
- CMakeFontLock – Advanced highlight rules for CMake
- ObjcFontLock – Highlight Objective-C method calls
- Prepaint – Highlight C-style preprocessor directives, with multiline support
- CAlignOperands – Indentation and electric commands for indenting C operators first on line
- ErlangMode – Major mode for Erlang (co-authored with Robert Virding and many others)
- FoldingMode – Minor mode for folding sections of text using special markers (Co-authored with JamieLokier and JariAalto)
- IniMode – Major mode for editing ini files (there are many packages that does this)
- Faceup – Regression test system for font-lock packages
- El2Markdown – Generates MarkDown? text files from Commentary section in emacs-lisp source files
- IsoOem – Use a Windows OEM font to display Latin-1
- RexxMode – Major mode for REXX
- [[CTypes?]] – Collected C and C++ type information back when FontLockMode required an explicit list
- [[AndersLJavaFontLock?]] – An, at the time, wide-spread set of highlight rules for Java
Other Emacs-related activities
I’m somewhat involved in the OS X port of Emacs.
I go under the name of Lindydancer on sites like Github and Stack Overflow.
By profession, I develop compiler for the embedded industry at IAR Systems. I am located in Uppsala, Sweden.