My Emacs config
If, for some reason I cannot fathom, you want to try out my Emacs configuration, run these commands. First you'll move your existing Emacs configuration out of the way, then you'll clone mine.
$ mv .emacs .emacs.BAK $ mv .emacs.d .emacs.d.BAK $ git clone https://github.com/wdenton/.emacs.d.git $ emacs
When you run Emacs it will probably spend a while downloading and installing packages. That's all right. When it's done, kill all of the leftover buffers you don't need. You'll be left with a dark full-screen Emacs that runs like mine does.
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