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Emacs starter kit

This is my .emacs.d setup to work with the emacs-starter-kit (https://github.com/technomancy/emacs-starter-kit).

Installation

You'll need Emacs 24, which comes with package.el. It's not hard to compile from source, but precompiled versions are readily available for Debian-based systems, Mac OS X, and Windows.

  • Install Emacs 24 and checkout this repository into ~/.emacs.d (make sure you have no ~/.emacs file).
  • Copy a user specific config file to your username (e.g. cp pip.el bobb.el)
  • Same for the color-theme (e.g. cp color-theme-pip.el color-theme-bobb.el)
  • On first run, emacs should install all the required packages; this may take a while but should result in you being in a red on black coloured scratch buffer.