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I’ve been doing a bit of web scraping with Emacs lately, and I haven’t been totally satisfied with how my dom.el library worked.
But on Friday I was fiddling around with some jQuery stuff, and I noticed how handy it was that jQuery functions that dealt with a single node (like .attr()) could be fed a list of jQuery objects. 251 more words
Once again, I find that I have overwhelmed myself with too many things at once. The new school year has fallen this past Monday, with it an active attempt to salvage my sleep schedule to something the western world deems “appropriate”… It has been an active challenge and one that has left me zonked for nearly the entirety of the time I get home from schooling, till the time I go to bed. 104 more words
“Emacs, thanks to major and minor modes, can be transformed into a powerful specific development environment.
According to the kind of files you are editing (or a command you type), it can change and give you specific features that fit the need of a programming language (or a task like debugging, launching unit tests, …” 6 more words