Just wonderful! http://www.wired.com/wiredscience/2012/01/evolution-of-multicellularity/
Alas it seems there no decent way to have this but you can open a new frame. C-x 5 2 or File->New Frame
This is just a quick post. At work I’m having to do a lot of TCL development and having recently become a convert to Emacs I obviously want to use it for everything!
The shortcuts are a bugger to remember so I thought I’d dump them here so I know where I can find them.
M-x tcl-mode M-x inferior-tcl (C-c C-t in a Tcl source buffer) Tcl editing:
C-c TAB (tcl-help-on-word) C-c C-c (comment-region) Tcl editing support for inferior Tcl:
C-c C-t (inferior-tcl) creates one. C-c C-s (switch-to-tcl) switches to the inferior Tcl process buffer (but does not create one). C-c C-x (tcl-eval-region) C-M-x or C-c C-v (tcl-eval-defun) C-c C-f (tcl-load-file) loads a Tcl file into the inferior Tcl process
Awesome! The eval region has to be the thing I love most from writing lis pin emacs so its great to have it for TCL.
Anyhoo thats all!
As a budding Emacs nerd I’m looking at replacing my current awesome terminal emulator Terminator (it’s in the Ubuntu repos) with a shell within emacs.
I had a play with eshell and it worked well, but I wanted to be able to use a feature called find-file-at-point which opens the file your cursor is currently over in the buffer.
Turns out this is pretty damn easy: cd /ssh:username@servername:/path/you/want
Hit return, type in your password and you in!
A couple of lovely short stories to fill your lunch breaks. Enjoy!
testing a new client
http://shebang.brandonmintern.com/tips-for-remote-unix-work-ssh-screen-and-vnc Very human explanation of some very useful features of ssh
Damn I must have been writing code tired again. Theres some janky stuff in there!
p.s. Looks like I havent entirely grasped launchpad’s branching properly. I best do some more reading
Alright, twas a mistake on my side.
Now into the world of comments in wordpress
The new job is going well but has kept me busy. It’s one of those projects which grew lurchingly out of a experiment into a system whos goals keep being changed as moe information is found out.
A bit of a pain but still I’ve learnt alot. I’ll certainly be posting a good few things about making daemons in python as while there is some very good code online there are a couple of tweaks to that really help when working with multiple repositries on the same server.
I’ve also taken the time to pull down my code for pressly the python library and am reviewing what I have done so far so I can see how I am going to handle the next bit. I would like to get comments working properly and the wordpress API seems to be quite good with comments, so I will be able to employ some slightly different techniques that I have had to use so far.
Well, times’a wasting!