GNU Emacs Pocket Reference

GNU Emacs Pocket Reference

Debra Cameron

Language: English

Pages: 64

ISBN: 1565924967

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

GNU Emacs is the most popular and widespread of the Emacs family of editors. It is also the most powerful and flexible. Unlike all other text editors, GNU Emacs is a complete working environment -- you can stay within Emacs all day without leaving. The GNU Emacs Pocket Reference is a companion volume to O'Reilly's Learning GNU Emacs, which tells you how to get started with the GNU Emacs editor and, as you become more proficient, it will help you learn how to use Emacs more effectively.This small book, covering Emacs version 20, is a handy reference guide to the basic elements of this powerful editor, presenting the Emacs commands in an easy-to-use tabular format.

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Outline-heading-end-regexp “\n” Regular expression that matches ends of heading lines in outline mode. selective-display-ellipses t If t, display “…” in place of hidden text in outline mode; otherwise, don't display anything. Page 49 Completion Variable Default Description completion-auto-help t If non-nil, provide help if a completion (via TAB or RETURN in minibuffer) is invalid or ambiguous. completion-ignored-extensions List of filename suffixes Emacs ignores when completing.

Programs k&r Style of the classic text on C, Kernighan and Ritchie's The C Programming Language bsd Style used in code for BSD-derived versions of UNIX stroustrup C++ coding style of the standard reference work, Bjarne Stroustrup's The C++ Programming Language whitesmith Style used in Whitesmith Ltd.'s documentation for their C and C++ compilers ellemtel Style used in C++ documentation from Ellemtel Telecommunication Systems Laboratories in Sweden linux Style used by Linux developers.

File C-o filename RETURN Display a window that lists all messages h Exit RMAIL q Reading Mail with Gnus Emacs has a built-in newsreader called Gnus. To enter Gnus, type ESC x gnus. You'll see a group buffer, commands for which are listed below. Select the newsgroup you want to read. Commands for the summary buffer, which lists messages in a given newsgroup, are listed below as well. Gnus group buffer commands. To Keystrokes Start Gnus ESC x gnus Read articles in the group the cursor.

TeX Mode To Keystrokes Command Name To Enter Command Name ESC x plain-tex-mode mode Enter mode ESC x latex-mode Insert two hard returns (standard end of paragraph) and check syntax of paragraph C-j tex-terminate-paragraph Insert two braces and put cursor between them C-c { tex-insert-braces Position the cursor following the closing brace, if you are between braces C-c } up-list Check buffer for syntax errors ESC x validate-tex-buffer Process buffer in C-c C-b tex-buffer or Put.

Html-helper-insert-timestamp-delimiter-at-point Insert C-c C-b t tempo-template-html-title Insert C-c C-a l tempo-template-html-anchor Insert C-c C-a n tempo-template-html-target-anchor Insert

C-c C-t 1 tempo-template-html-header-1 (table continued on next page) Page 36 (table continued from previous page) To Keystrokes Command Name Insert

C-c C-t 2 tempo-template-html-header-2 Insert “”.

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