~thecatster/.doom.d

Vanilla Emacs is fun, but Doom Emacs gets things done.
Add lua support and change up splash screen
Add languages to init, remove unused features
Update org-roam

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#The Catster's .doom.d

After almost a year of using my own Emacs configuration, I've learned more than I had ever expected to. That's great, but more often than not I just want to get work done.

I'm attempting to use Doom from now on to relieve the hours spent on minor corrections I wanted, since 90% of them are here (and I can get used to Vim keybindings instead of Emacs ones).