Currently I have only polished and committed my emacs config, but more configs will be added (eventually).
I use dotbot to symlink my config files from a (private) config repo into the correct locations in my home folder.
All files under
emacs/ should be copied or symlinked into
will probably need to customize this config to get it working in your
environment, since I haven't tested this in a new emacs installation. I
recommend copying snippets into your existing emacs config rather than trying to
reuse this config wholesale.
Important: I byte-compile my emacs config for speed (
and point it at
~/.emacs.d/init.el). If you don't want to byte-compile your
init, remove the
eval-when-compile call and just require
~/.emacs.d/init.el rather than
~/.emacs to keep all emacs related
files in a single directory.
This config heavily relies on a snapshot of the excellent org-mode
at http://doc.norang.ca/org-mode.html. I
have included this snapshot in
emacs/lisp/org-mode.el although I recommend
reading the original guide and regenerating your own version.
This config includes a customized version of rcirc that allows connections to
multiple servers via ZNC on the same host. If you do not need this functionality
you should remove
emacs/lisp/rcirc.el and install the upstream version via