Don't pair apostrophe in markdown mode #76

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trishume commented Nov 5, 2014

Before making this change typing markdown was annoying since when writing things like "it's fun to use emacs" the ' would auto-pair, which you don't want when writing English (or any other natural language for that matter).

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Merge pull request #76 from trishume/fix-markdown-quotes
Don't pair apostrophe in markdown mode

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It's all this little things which will make spacemacs awesome! 👍

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It's all this little things which will make spacemacs awesome! 👍

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It's all these little things which are currently the only reason Emacs is worse than my old editor. In Sublime Text all these little things just work and I don't have to worry about it.

Hopefully we'll eventually fix most of these little things and then my risk of ragequitting emacs will drop to zero.

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It's all these little things which are currently the only reason Emacs is worse than my old editor. In Sublime Text all these little things just work and I don't have to worry about it.

Hopefully we'll eventually fix most of these little things and then my risk of ragequitting emacs will drop to zero.

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Usually one tries Emacs then leaves because of the learning curve and other unpolished things then comes back to it later. :-)

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Usually one tries Emacs then leaves because of the learning curve and other unpolished things then comes back to it later. :-)

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I don't mind the learning curve since I have a decent memory, spacemacs has good docs and I already know Vim. It's when I try and do something like work on Arduino code and flycheck throws a fit since it can't compile Arduino code (working on this), and semicolons automatically insert newlines when I don't want them to (cc-mode "feature", had to disable in .spacemacs) and smartparens breaks electric indent (I fixed this in #68). So I spend 5 hours fiddling with Emacs Lisp and 0 hours writing the Arduino code.

At this point I'm at low risk of ragequitting though because Emacs has lots of fanciness that is better than Sublime Text. I also to some extent enjoy spending hours fiddling with Emacs Lisp.

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I don't mind the learning curve since I have a decent memory, spacemacs has good docs and I already know Vim. It's when I try and do something like work on Arduino code and flycheck throws a fit since it can't compile Arduino code (working on this), and semicolons automatically insert newlines when I don't want them to (cc-mode "feature", had to disable in .spacemacs) and smartparens breaks electric indent (I fixed this in #68). So I spend 5 hours fiddling with Emacs Lisp and 0 hours writing the Arduino code.

At this point I'm at low risk of ragequitting though because Emacs has lots of fanciness that is better than Sublime Text. I also to some extent enjoy spending hours fiddling with Emacs Lisp.

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I'm taking the Coursera course Comprendre les microcontroleurs so I'm really interested in your work on Arduino compilation within Emacs.

I know your feeling, I was following the coursera course on Scala and it was a bit of pain to be able to use Emacs. So I'll do this cource next time but it is a waste of time I agree. At least I learnt few things in the process.

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I'm taking the Coursera course Comprendre les microcontroleurs so I'm really interested in your work on Arduino compilation within Emacs.

I know your feeling, I was following the coursera course on Scala and it was a bit of pain to be able to use Emacs. So I'll do this cource next time but it is a waste of time I agree. At least I learnt few things in the process.

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At this moment I'm working on creating a Teensyduino setup with a Makefile for compiling, emacs-ycmd for clang based autocomplete, and hopefully even flycheck.

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At this moment I'm working on creating a Teensyduino setup with a Makefile for compiling, emacs-ycmd for clang based autocomplete, and hopefully even flycheck.

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