1. A Clojure debugger for SLIME!


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    If you have ever used the SLIME debugger in CL or scheme, you know what you have been missing when developing in Clojure. This video shows how to use swank-clj to get a similar experience when debugging clojure code. It shows breakpoints, trapping of exceptions, the SLIME inspector and disassembly. Try it out https://github.com/​hugoduncan/​swank-clj

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    • Adrian - Sarah


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      A Teaser Video from EMACS Studios www,emacsstudios.com

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      • airplay.el (alpha ver)


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        mada ugokanai yet. https://github.com/gongo/airplay-el

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        • Anything-rake.el


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          Emacs Anything Rake Quick listing and execution of rake tasks in #emacs. Source code: https://github.com/jpablobr/anything-rake

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          • anything-rdefs demo


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            • Apollo-Soyuz-I


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              Title: Apollo-Soyuz-I. ID: nxScore011-01_Automatic_20101130-232240 Author: Miquel Parera Jaques. musicnumbers.wordpress.com computer.music.neix@gmail.com Tech: Livecode session record a semideterministic score for computer execution. Date: 2010.11.30 23:22:40 Time: 00:03:58.00 License: CC.by.3.0. All sources (video and audio) from the Official NASA film of the Apollo-Soyuz Mission. Public Domain. http://www.archive.org/details/TheApollo-soyuzMission. Software used: PureDyne. Puredata. Supercollider. Emacs. Ecasound. Recordmydesktop. Audacity. Avidemux. Mencoder. Python.

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              • A short intro to Emacs+ESS


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                This is a companion tutorial to a blog post about R, Emacs and ESS currently hosted on CrossValidated.com blog.

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                • Atajos de Emacs en Cocoa


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                  • Bastien Guerry Emacs Org-mode presentation at GNU Hackers Meeting 2011 in Paris


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                    This is the presentation I gave about Emacs Org-mode for the GNU Hackers meeting in Paris, august 2011. Thanks to Ludovic Courtès for his kind invitation, to the audience for the nice questions and to IRILL/Jason Self for providing these videos. Check all presentations and videos out here: http://www.gnu.org/ghm/2011/paris/ The first 8 minutes are a general introduction of Org-mode, similar to the one I gave in FOSDEM. From there, I do a small interactive demonstration of basic Org features: headlines, TODO keywords, agenda views, clocking tasks and clock reports, properties, HTML, LaTeX, OpenDocument Format exports, tables, Babel source code manipulation, etc. Demonstration is done using Emacs 23.3 and Org 7.7 and no configuration at all. The presentation ends up with "The OrgFather" -- see http://lumiere.ens.fr/~guerry/theorgfather.html Have fun!

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                    • Bastien Guerry "How to become a hacker(in the XXI century)?" 2/2


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                      Conferencia de Bastien Guerry en la asignatura de Ética, Legislación, Profesión de la Facultad de Informática en Universidad Complutense de Madrid

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