ldeck-starter-kit is a work in progress example configuration of mine for my my-starter-kit.
You should refer to my-starter-kit for guidelines on configuring your own local setup for emacs. This repo simply provides an example usage of it.
The ingredients I've included so far centre around the following:
- ECB for IDE-like setup
- rinari for rails development, auto-activated
- autocomplete and rsense for autocompletion
- flymake-ruby for syntax errors
- feature-mode for cucumber tests
- markdown-mode for writing these READMEs
- zenburn theme for easy reading
- and a few others
There's a swag of packages available for emacs that I'd like to include in my own setup. I noted about 60 of them (!) after going through the list of available packages from the various ELPA sources.
The overall objective is to have a viable config in emacs for java/j2ee, scala, liftweb, ruby/rails, perl, lisp and so forth.