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emacs.d

My emacs configuration, optimized for creative writing.

Prerequisites

You need to install a font and MultiMarkdown before attempting to install/run/use this Emacs configuration.

Fonts

Install Open Sans if it's not already installed on your system.

Markdown

While the primary focus of this Emacs configuration is to work with Org files, I think that, for a writer, the ability to handle Markdown properly is a must. Markdown is like Org-mode: it is non-proprietary plain text.

Therefore, you need to install MultiMarkdown - most Linux distributions have MultiMarkdown in their package repositories; otherwise (like, if using Windows), use the Github release page to fetch it.

Installation

Windows

Important! You need to set the HOME environment variable to point to your user directory (usually c:/Users/[username])

How to use it


This Emacs configuration is highly "inspired" by Angrybacon's dotemacs

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