(define-key snake-mode-map "w" 'snake-move-up)
(define-key snake-mode-map "a" 'snake-move-left)
(define-key snake-mode-map "s" 'snake-move-down)
(define-key snake-mode-map "d" 'snake-move-right)))
I'd forgotten about the awesome tron legacy article he linked until I saw this.
Suddenly, the snark appears!
A sexual fetish may be regarded as an enhancing element to a romantic/sexual relationship [...] or as a mental disorder/disorder of sexual preference if it causes significant psychosocial distress for the person or has detrimental effects on important areas of their life.
Just sayin' ...
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You can add a nyan cat, if that is your thing.
Plugins have been added for Markdown mode, go mode, ESS (for R and Julia) and Jabber for chat.
If anyone is interested:
emacs config file:
Run this script to download and install the plguins:
...and he stares at a computer screen!
I'm supprised how well my server is handling the strain.
I personally use Sublime Text when I'm not using VS2013/R# these days though.
And why would you want to check email and browse internet in a Text Editor? Funny.
I'm now recovering using vim and have a big pinky for escape usage.
What else is around that's cool?
OS X is on the other hand sexy, since you can build emacs-keybindings into the OS and every app that uses the Cocoa Text System, you can even get an "extra clipboard" with the kill-ring.
As for programming, when it is more convenient with an editor as the "control-center" for the endeavour, or real small things that makes a simple editor feasible, then I must say I prefer Vim.
Can your editor do this? HMMM?
That's actually what's hard when learning foreign languages - words which are similar to the ones you know, but with different semantics. It's even harder when the language you're learning is relatively similar to yours - it was a bigger problem for me to learn Russian than English for this reason.
That's why I read HN, to learn every day, thank you!
p.s. It still feel strange to me naming a women and also a text editor sexy, so I will never use it, but now I understand, it might not be that stupid than I thought. :)
A definition of 'sexy' from Google:
(informal) exciting; appealing.
"I've climbed most of the really sexy west coast mountains"
synonyms: exciting, stimulating, interesting, appealing, intriguing, slick, red-hot
Wait... that might have been contradictory.