Emacs configuration of Sean Fisk based on Emacs Prelude.
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README.org

Sean’s Emacs Configuration

This is my configuration for Editor MACroS, also known as Emacs, the world’s greatest text editor. It is based upon Emacs Prelude by Bozhidar Batsov.

Compatibility

Much like Emacs Prelude, my Emacs configuration is compatible only with GNU Emacs 24.x.

Focus

This configuration is aimed toward the following tasks:

  • Python programming (with elpy)
  • C/C++ coding (assisted by auto-complete-clang)
  • LaTeX composition (with AUCTeX)
  • Emacs Lisp programming
  • Shell scripting

Visual

The beautiful Inconsolata font will be used if it is present. Otherwise, the default is Monospace. To install Inconsolata on Debian/Ubuntu, simply install the ttf-inconsolata package or levien-inconsolata-fonts on Fedora. On Mac OS X, drag the open type file into your fonts folder.

The Solarized Dark theme is enabled by default.

Todo

This repository is updated frequently. I keep a list of features to add in notes/todo.org.