Condor Emacs is an option to take the Emacs experience just out of the box, designed for the newbie and the expert. At this time, this version is only focused to be a C and C++ languages IDE. But very soon will have support for more languages. For the moment this is just a beta, any help with this project is welcome.
Table of Contents
- Real-time diagnostics
- Simple configuration
- Full documented
- Code completion
- Out of the box
- Beatiful GUI
- Easy to use
To run Condor Emacs you need to have Emacs 25 or above and all corresponding dependencies (This version was built in Emacs 26.3).
You can install Emacs from your favorite package manager of your Linux distribution. The package name is "emacs".
$ sudo pacman -S emacs
$ sudo apt-get install emacs
$ sudo dnf install emacs
$ sudo zypper install emacs
Note: Condor Emacs has been tested correctly in Arch Linux with KDE and Xfce desktop enviroments.
It's recommended to use homebrew.
$ brew tap d12frosted/emacs-plus $ brew install emacs-plus $ brew linkapps emacs-plus
This will install a version of Emacs with support of several features.
For more information about homebrew, please visit https://docs.brew.sh/.
$ sudo port install emacs-app
The Emacs for OSX website also provides universal binaries.
NOTE: Condor Emacs has not been tested yet on macOS (Help needed).
Unzip the zip file preserving the directory structure, and run bin\runemacs.exe. Alternatively, create a desktop shortcut to bin\runemacs.exe, and start Emacs by double-clicking on that shortcut's icon.
The Windows binaries are signed by Phillip Lord 8493 0FFB 79B6 45F7 DEA2 9AD0 AC6D D3FF D1D0 46BD.
MSYS2 users can install Emacs (64bits build) with the following:
$ pacman -S mingw-w64-x86_64-emacs
For the 32bits build, evaluate:
$ pacman -S mingw-w64-i686-emacs
NOTE: Condor Emacs has not been tested yet on Windows.
Source: GNU Emacs site
1. Make a backup of your Emacs config files
$ cd ~ $ mv .emacs.d EmacsBackup $ mv .emacs EmacsBackup
That will create a backup folder in your home directory called EmacsBackup.
2. Clone the repository
$ git clone https://github.com/apemangr/Condor-Emacs.git ~/.emacs.d
Make sure that the .emacs.d folder does not exist before cloning the repository.
3. Install all-the-icons fonts
For the emacs symbols to work correctly you will have to open emacs and press M-x and then write all-the-icons-install-fonts.
4. (Optional) Install SF Mono Fonts
Condor Emacs has this font family by default, if you want to have a version like the screenshots, it's recommended that you install them.
Programming language support
Condor Emacs Release
To update to the latest version write the following code in the master branch, including the last version release.
git fetch git reset --hard <tag version which you are updating to>
In the main buffer called Dashboard you can press the "Update Packages" button to automatically updates all the packages.
You can also type M-x and auto-package-update-now.
The license is GPLv3 for all parts specific to Condor Emacs.