Göktuğ’s Emacs Lisp Bits
This repository is a swarm for all the Elisp stuff I published. Most files will have licence information in it, which don’t are licenced under the MIT licence, whose text is available in the LICENSE file.
Below is a listing of all the programs here:
«forecast.el» is a weather forecast report generator, currently using
data from Dark Sky (but I plan to add other backends in the future).
«Paper» is a little, minimal emacs theme that is meant to be simple
It was first intended to resemble the look of paper, but has diverged from that objective. Still, though, I keep calling it Paper, as I like that name.
Paper uses a small colour palette over all the elements. Org headings are specially treated with a palette of equidistant colours. The colours and heading font sizes are calculated using base and factor values which can be edited. See source.
«pass-listing» is a simple frontend to the pass utility. It uses the
«bsdpkg» is an Emacs interface to FreeBSD
pkg(1). It’s planned to genericise the package to support all *BSD packaging systems, and the module is written with that sort of extensibility in mind.
This is experimental, and kind-of obsoleted as I don’t use BSD at the moment. I’d be happy to accept changes or to hand it over if anybody will be interested.
«bibliothek.el» is a personal PDF library manager. Presently it only
displays a concatenated tabular list of PDF files from many locations,
and allows to open the files or view metadata from that list. Find
below a screenshot of the default view. I intend to add some
functionality for moving PDF files around and editing the metadata.
«gk-unilat» is a unified input method for European variants of the
It aims to provide comprehensive support for typing characters found in different European versions of the Latin alphabet, in a unified, predictable way.
«gk-greek» is a transliterating input method for modern Greek.
Translates input in Greek latinization into Greek alphabet. Mappings are based on vocal correspondence and common modern transliteration.
«org-variable-pitch.el» is a minor mode that enables
‘variable-pitch-mode’ in the current Org-mode buffer, and sets some
particular faces up so that they are are rendered in fixed-width font.
Also, indentation, list bullets and checkboxes are displayed in
monospace, in order to keep the shape of the outline.
This package provides a macro named $ where in its body symbols in the
form $N where N is a positive integer are to stand for positional
arguments to the generated lambda.
If the car of the body is a vector though, that vector becomes the argument list of the new lambda.
($ (message "Hello, %s" $1)) (funcall ($ (* $1 $1)) 2) (reduce ($ [a b] (concat a b)) (list "hel" "lo"))
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