~lucasemmoreira/first-emacs

b47220d3e53f23b8b4fdd5f62f8ee804e6ce5636 — Lucas Moreira 8 months ago 6782e15 master
minor organization changes
2 files changed, 17 insertions(+), 8 deletions(-)

M README.md
M configuration.org
M README.md => README.md +8 -3
@@ 1,4 1,4 @@
Note: this is the same file as configuration.org! 


# What is this?



@@ 65,7 65,7 @@ These are some keybindings that I find very useful. They are very similar to web

## A more friendly interface for the next step =]

This part I put because it not so trivial to create a first version, and it is useful if you want to be a more "emacs user".
This part I put because it not so trivial to create a first version, and it is useful if you want to be a more "emacs user". Also, this code creates a good search in the buffer with `Ctrl + s` (or `C-s`).

    (use-package ivy
      :diminish


@@ 98,7 98,12 @@ This part I put because it not so trivial to create a first version, and it is u
      (counsel-linux-app-format-function #'counsel-linux-app-format-function-name-only)
      :config
      (setq ivy-initial-inputs-alist nil)) ;; Don't start searches with ^
    


## Help me with the chords!

Emacs is widely know for its chords, and it can be intimidating. This package helps you see what is that you *chording* for.

    (use-package which-key
      :config (which-key-mode))


M configuration.org => configuration.org +9 -5
@@ 56,7 56,7 @@
   #+end_src
   
** A more friendly interface for the next step =]
   This part I put because it not so trivial to create a first version, and it is useful if you want to be a more "emacs user".
   This part I put because it not so trivial to create a first version, and it is useful if you want to be a more "emacs user". Also, this code creates a good search in the buffer with ~Ctrl + s~ (or ~C-s~).
   #+begin_src emacs-lisp
     (use-package ivy
       :diminish


@@ 89,11 89,15 @@
       (counsel-linux-app-format-function #'counsel-linux-app-format-function-name-only)
       :config
       (setq ivy-initial-inputs-alist nil)) ;; Don't start searches with ^
    
     (use-package which-key
       :config (which-key-mode))
    
    #+end_src
   
** Help me with the chords!
   Emacs is widely know for its chords, and it can be intimidating. This package helps you see what is that you /chording/ for.
   #+begin_src emacs-lisp
      (use-package which-key
	:config (which-key-mode))
   #+end_src
   
  
* Add more!
  Well, here it is important for me to say that, the ~wakib-keys~ package may have some impact but fell free to add more stuff! The nice thing of emacs is to that is very modular and you can try a bunch of [[https://www.emacswiki.org/emacs/InstallingPackages][packages]]! For example the very nice [[https://elpy.readthedocs.io/en/latest/][elpy]] package for python development: