Project no longer under active development.
Use only as a reference / inspiration.
You can find my current personal emacs configuration here: https://github.com/senny/emacs.d
get the maximum out of emacs
Cabbage helps you to manage your emacs configuration and allows you to stay in sync with other fellow emacs users. It is designed to be a community-driven framework to build your emacs configuration. The ultimate goal of cabbage is to provide a hassle-free, fast and robust emacs setup.
- Google Group
- Cheat Sheet
We want to get Cabbage working under as many different circumstances as possible. We are aiming to make the configuration as platform independent as possible. So all you need to use cabbage is Emacs 24 or later.
$ /usr/bin/env bash -c "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.github.com/senny/cabbage/master/scripts/install.sh)"
$ git clone https://github.com/senny/cabbage.git $ cd cabbage $ ./scripts/install.sh
If youre under Microsoft Windows, please follow the Windows installation guide.
Cabbage fundamental organization are bundles. You can enable and disable the configuration on a per bundle basis.
The bundles live in
cabbage/bundles. The active bundles are configured in your
~/.emacs.d/config.el file in the
Check out the bundles directory to see whats currently available.
It also to create private / local bundles if something does not belong into the cabbage core. It is quite easy:
- Create a local bundles directory, e.g.
- Create your bundle, for example
- Register the bundles directory at the top of your
~/.emacs.d/local.elby adding this line:
(add-to-list 'cabbage-bundle-dirs (expand-file-name "~/.emacs.d/bundles/"))
secret-stuffto your bundles list in
- You can also create a local vendors directory and register it with:
(add-to-list 'cabbage-vendor-dirs (expand-file-name "~/.emacs.d/vendor/"))
- Take a look on how the existing bundles work.
If you got a pice of emacs functionality, that you think might be usefull for other people, please package it up in a bundle and open a pull-request on the cabbage-contrib repository.
There is a Cabbage Google Group where you can find anything related to Cabbage. Ask your questions or bring your ideas into the Cabbage project.
There is a cheat-sheet available for the default keyboard shortcuts that come with cabbage.
If you are interested in helping out, please have a look at our Contribution Guidelines.