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2783

Re: ME Still being developed?

Yes agreed a soft wrap would be nice. UTF-8 support. Git support. Jon.
Jon Green
Jun 5
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2782

Re: ME Still being developed?

Perhaps one area needed is 'soft-wrap'. I searched for a solution in Jasspa MicroEmacs, but couldn't find one. Best regards, Isaac On Mon, Jun 5, 2017 at 2:55
Isaac Xin Pei
Jun 5
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2781

Re: ME Still being developed?

Hi Leon, It's got to the state where nothing needs to be added/fixed. We do have a few fixes pending but nothing that significant. I am still using the same
Jon Green
Jun 4
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2780

ME Still being developed?

Hi everyone, It appears that ME isn't actively being developed. Has the project died or has it gotten to the state where nothing needs to be added/fixed. I am
Leon Taylor
Jun 4
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2779

Re: justify mode

Hi, 1) Spaces at the end of a line are only removed when a line is justified, e.g. when typing a long line with wrap mode is enable the line will be wrapped at
Steven Phillips
Oct 30, 2016
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2778

justify mode

hi all, 1)i just don't understand. in the help file it clearly says when justify mode is enabled all whitespaces at the end of line are removed however it does
cem.kayhan
Sep 4, 2016
#2778
 
2777

Re: start-up shut-down macros

shut-down is used in the macro file session.emf Possibly this macro was over-writing your macro definition. Certainly shut-down works because it saves the
Jon Green
Jun 19, 2016
#2777
 
2776

start-up shut-down macros

hi, in the help file it says there are two macros called start-up and shut-down that are not defined by default however will be called when Microemacs starts
cem.kayhan
Jun 18, 2016
#2776
 
2775

Re: Hacking org-mode file hook - need help

Thank you Jon. Really appreciate the thorough answer and details. Again and again, I am marveled at the level of quality and support we have with JASSPA emacs.
Isaac Xin Pei
May 11, 2016
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2774

Re: Hacking org-mode file hook - need help

... As an explanation. backslash (\) is the escape character in a string. So when you define a regular expression in a string then a single backslash will be
Jon Green
May 10, 2016
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2773

Re: Hacking org-mode file hook - need help

Hi Issac, In a macro then the backslash always needs to be doubled. I looked at the examples in the man page and they had lost the double so I will correct
Jon Green
May 9, 2016
#2773
 
2772

Re: Hacking org-mode file hook - need help

Thanks! it works! Do these regular expressions always need double '\' ? I think the differences on my preivous setting is that they only have single '\' ...
Isaac Xin Pei
May 9, 2016
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2771

Re: Hacking org-mode file hook - need help

Works for me, I hacked the NROFF template to save me setting up too much stuff to run a test. I think your file syntax is like below and I used this as my test
Jon Green
May 9, 2016
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2770

Re: Hacking org-mode file hook - need help

Thanks Jon, just tried, the behaviors are the following: 1. set-variable .fhook-org.collapse-close "^*\{1,\} \|\'" then the end of buffer isn't matched 2. when
Isaac Xin Pei
May 9, 2016
#2770
 
2769

Re: Hacking org-mode file hook - need help

Hi Issac, I think maybe the documentation is incorrect here. Looking at the NROFF rule in collapse-current(3) then the collapse is defined as: nroff is
Jon Green
May 9, 2016
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