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This is public bit of my personal .emacs.d configuration. Feel free to clone it or copy anything you like. Everything in the top directory is licensed under the GPL v3 (see the COPYING file). I've structured this as Phil Hagelberg did in the "Emacs Starter Kit" (http://github.com/technomancy/emacs-starter-kit). I've stolen ideas and code from many people on http://www.emacswiki.org/ and elsewhere. I've tried to include attribution wherever I remember the origin of stuff, but apologize in advance if I've missed someone. The 'dss' prefix stands for 'Damn Simple Solutions', my company name. INSTALLATION ------------ Most of the dependencies are automatically downloaded and installed via el-get (see dss-init-el-get.el) but there are several that must be installed separately prior to running Emacs the first time after this repository is unpacked in ~/.emacs.d/. Install the following using your operating system's package manager: - texlive (whatever package includes the full thing) and texlive-latexextra. ess and slime will not install properly without the full package as el-get builds their docs - w3m (used by dss-browser-integration.el) - bzr, cvs, mercurial, git Install the following via Python: - pymacs http://pymacs.progiciels-bpi.ca/ - ropemacs & ropemode The following dependencies are installed automatically from the vendors/ directory instead of from el-get: - an older version of espresso.el http://www.nongnu.org/espresso/ is used in conjunction with js2-mode to fix some indentation issues - whattf-dt is installed for use with nxml - flymake-cursor http://paste.lisp.org/display/60617,1/raw