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If you want a lispy-way to define simple templates of varying size with multiple variables, then you should really consider terrible-template for all your templating needs! Features ======== This library features a familiar, lispy syntax designed to make defining templates easy and intuitive for users of emacs. Supporting multiple template variables and interactive value prompting, terrible-template should help you to define templates and insert them easily as part of your workflow. This was inspired by things such as [tempo mode](http://www.emacswiki.org/emacs/TempoMode) and [skeleton-mode](http://www.emacswiki.org/emacs/SkeletonMode) but with a simpler interface and the ability to easily use multiple template variables. Example ======= Observe an example: (defterrible "my-template-name" "First line of the template\n" "I'd like a variable here: " (var "var1") " as a demo.\n" "Hooray for more variables resembling " (var "var2") " this right here") You can then insert this template anywhere with `M-x terrible-template-insert <RET> my-template-name` which will prompt you for the variable values, interpolate the template and insert it at point. Credits ======= I owe much to the wonderful folks on #emacs who helped me get my head straight for this little project.