3c4ec80492c043fb82b21ea8cac0b15f9e249800 — zenomat 1 year, 9 months ago 18cc1e8 main
new emacs config, fixed writing env, made it look more minimal
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#+TITLE: Changelog

All notable changes to this project will be documented in this file.

The format is based on [[https://keepachangelog.com/en/1.0.0/][Keep a Changelog]],
but in Org markup because Emacs.

* Unreleased
** Changed
- Show layout name in mode line instead of nondescript "edwina".

** Added
- New option =edwina-mode-line-format=.

** Removed
- Removed bindings =C-c C-w 5= and =C-c C-w 6=.

** Fixed
- Fixed bug where master windows would get thrown away when the stack windows
  got too small.

* 0.2.0 - 2019-08-18
** Changed
- Renamed project to Edwina because it conflicted with another Emacs-related
  [[https://www.gnu.org/software/mit-scheme/documentation/mit-scheme-user/Edwin.html][text editor]]
  associated with the GNU project.
- Changed key bindings to not conflict with Emacs defaults.

** Deprecated
- Loading =edwin-mode= still works but will complain loudly. Compatibility will
  be removed in the next release.

** Added
- New command =edwina-clone-window=.
- New function =edwina-setup-dwm-keys= to get the old dwm-like bindings back.
- Added Emacs Customization group.

* 0.1.1 - 2019-08-17
** Fixed
- Make =package-lint= and =checkdoc= happy with the code.

* 0.1.0 - 2019-08-17
** Added
- Initial release of Edwin.

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    This program comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY; for details type `show w'.
    This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it
    under certain conditions; type `show c' for details.

The hypothetical commands `show w' and `show c' should show the appropriate
parts of the General Public License.  Of course, your program's commands
might be different; for a GUI interface, you would use an "about box".

  You should also get your employer (if you work as a programmer) or school,
if any, to sign a "copyright disclaimer" for the program, if necessary.
For more information on this, and how to apply and follow the GNU GPL, see

  The GNU General Public License does not permit incorporating your program
into proprietary programs.  If your program is a subroutine library, you
may consider it more useful to permit linking proprietary applications with
the library.  If this is what you want to do, use the GNU Lesser General
Public License instead of this License.  But first, please read

A .emacs.d/custom/edwina/README.org => .emacs.d/custom/edwina/README.org +108 -0
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#+TITLE: Edwina

Edwina is a dynamic window manager for Emacs. It automatically arranges your
Emacs panes (called "windows" in Emacs parlance) into predefined layouts,

* Status

Edwina is new and experimental. While it works very well on the subset
of Emacs that I use, you will definitely encounter bugs if you venture
outside of that. Patches welcome!

* Installation


After [[https://melpa.org/#/getting-started][enabling installation]] of MELPA
packages, install =edwina= with =M-x package-install=.

** Manual

Copy or clone Edwina somewhere on your system:

  git clone https://github.com/ajgrf/edwina ~/.emacs.d/edwina

Then add its location to =load-path=:

#+BEGIN_SRC emacs-lisp
  (add-to-list 'load-path
               (expand-file-name "~/.emacs.d/edwina"))

** use-package

Here's a complete example configuration with =use-package= for reference:

#+BEGIN_SRC emacs-lisp
  (use-package edwina
    :ensure t
    (setq display-buffer-base-action '(display-buffer-below-selected))
    (edwina-mode 1))

* Usage

Edwina divides the frame into 2 areas, the master area and the stack.
The master area contains the largest window(s), and other windows are
placed in the stack. Edwina tries to place the master area to the
side, but if the frame is too narrow for 2 columns it will put it on
top instead.

+-----------+---------+     +-----------+
|           |    1    |     |           |
|           +---------+     |  master   |
|  master   |    2    |     |           |
|           +---------+     +-----------+
|           |    3    |     |     1     |
+-----------+---------+     +-----------+

Edwina arranges windows according to just a few parameters: the size
of the master area, the number of windows in master, the order of
windows, and the current layout. By operating on these parameters
instead of manually manipulating individual windows, you can greatly
reduce the effort required to resize and reposition windows.

* Key Bindings

By default these keys are prefixed with =C-c C-w=. Customize
=edwina-keymap-prefix= to change the prefix.

| Binding           | Action                               |
| =r=, =C-r=        | Arrange windows                      |
| =n=, =C-n=, =SPC= | Move to next window                  |
| =p=, =C-p=        | Move to previous window              |
| =N=, =C-S-n=      | Swap places with the next window     |
| =P=, =C-S-p=      | Swap places with the previous window |
| =%=, ={=, =[=     | Decrease the size of the master area |
| =^=, =}=, =]=     | Increase the size of the master area |
| =d=, =C-d=        | Decrease number of windows in master |
| =i=               | Increase number of windows in master |
| =k=, =C-k=        | Delete window                        |
| =RET=             | Cycle window to/from master area     |
| =c=, =C-c=        | Clone current window                 |

See also =(edwina-setup-dwm-keys)= to set up alternative dwm-like key

* Scope

Edwina does not provide workspaces or window rules, instead delegating
such functionality to other plugins and Emacs facilities (like

I recommend setting ~display-buffer~ to open a new window by default,
then defining any exceptions in ~display-buffer-alist~.

#+BEGIN_SRC emacs-lisp
  (setq display-buffer-base-action '(display-buffer-below-selected))

A .emacs.d/custom/edwina/edwin.el => .emacs.d/custom/edwina/edwin.el +68 -0
@@ 0,0 1,68 @@
;;; edwin.el --- Dynamic window manager -*- lexical-binding: t -*-

;; Author: Alex Griffin <a@ajgrf.com>
;; URL: https://github.com/ajgrf/edwin
;; Version: 0.3.0-pre
;; Package-Requires: ((emacs "25"))

;;; Copyright © 2019 Alex Griffin <a@ajgrf.com>
;;; This file is NOT part of GNU Emacs.
;;; This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
;;; it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
;;; the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
;;; (at your option) any later version.
;;; This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
;;; but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
;;; GNU General Public License for more details.
;;; You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
;;; along with this program.  If not, see <https://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.

;;; Commentary:

;; Edwin is a dynamic window manager for Emacs. It automatically arranges your
;; Emacs panes (called "windows" in Emacs parlance) into predefined layouts,
;; dwm-style.

;;; Code:

(require 'edwina)

(defvaralias 'edwin-layout 'edwina-layout)
(defvaralias 'edwin-nmaster 'edwina-nmaster)
(defvaralias 'edwin-mfact 'edwina-mfact)
(defalias #'edwin-pane #'edwina-pane)
(defalias #'edwin-restore-pane #'edwina-restore-pane)
(defalias #'edwin-pane-list #'edwina-pane-list)
(defalias #'edwin-arrange #'edwina-arrange)
(defalias #'edwin-stack-layout #'edwina-stack-layout)
(defvaralias 'edwin-narrow-threshold 'edwina-narrow-threshold)
(defalias #'edwin-tall-layout #'edwina-tall-layout)
(defalias #'edwin-select-next-window #'edwina-select-next-window)
(defalias #'edwin-select-previous-window #'edwina-select-previous-window)
(defalias #'edwin-swap-next-window #'edwina-swap-next-window)
(defalias #'edwin-swap-previous-window #'edwina-swap-previous-window)
(defalias #'edwin-dec-mfact #'edwina-dec-mfact)
(defalias #'edwin-inc-mfact #'edwina-inc-mfact)
(defalias #'edwin-dec-nmaster #'edwina-dec-nmaster)
(defalias #'edwin-inc-nmaster #'edwina-inc-nmaster)
(defalias #'edwin-clone-window #'edwina-clone-window)
(defalias #'edwin-delete-window #'edwina-delete-window)
(defalias #'edwin-zoom #'edwina-zoom)
(defvaralias 'edwin-mode-map 'edwina-mode-map)
(defvaralias 'edwin-mode-map-alist 'edwina-mode-map-alist)

(defvaralias 'edwin-mode 'edwina-mode)
(defalias #'edwin-mode #'edwina-mode)

(warn "Edwin has been renamed Edwina. Please update your configuration!")

(provide 'edwin)
;;; edwin.el ends here

A .emacs.d/custom/edwina/edwina.el => .emacs.d/custom/edwina/edwina.el +370 -0
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;;; edwina.el --- Dynamic window manager -*- lexical-binding: t -*-

;; Author: Alex Griffin <a@ajgrf.com>
;; URL: https://github.com/ajgrf/edwina
;; Version: 0.3.0-pre
;; Package-Requires: ((emacs "25"))
;; Keywords: convenience

;;; Copyright © 2019 Alex Griffin <a@ajgrf.com>
;;; This file is NOT part of GNU Emacs.
;;; This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
;;; it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
;;; the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
;;; (at your option) any later version.
;;; This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
;;; but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
;;; GNU General Public License for more details.
;;; You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
;;; along with this program.  If not, see <https://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.

;;; Commentary:

;; Edwina is a dynamic window manager for Emacs. It automatically arranges your
;; Emacs panes (called "windows" in Emacs parlance) into predefined layouts,
;; dwm-style.

;;; Code:

(require 'seq)

(defgroup edwina nil
  "A dynamic window manager for Emacs."
  :group 'convenience
  :prefix "edwina-")

(defcustom edwina-keymap-prefix (kbd "C-c C-w")
  "Prefix key for keybindings."
  :type 'string
  :group 'edwina)

(defcustom edwina-mode-line-format "%s "
  "String used for displaying the current layout in mode line."
  :type 'string
  :group 'edwina)

(defcustom edwina-nmaster 1
  "The number of windows to put in the Edwina master area."
  :type 'integer
  :group 'edwina)

(defcustom edwina-mfact 0.55
  "The size of the master area in proportion to the stack area."
  :type 'float
  :group 'edwina)

(defcustom edwina-narrow-threshold 132
  "Put master area on top if the frame is narrower than this."
  :type 'integer
  :group 'edwina)

(defvar edwina-layout 'edwina-tall-layout
  "The current Edwina layout.
A layout is a function that takes a list of panes, and arranges them into
a window configuration.")

(defvar edwina--window-fields
  '(buffer start hscroll vscroll point prev-buffers)
  "List of window fields to save and restore.")

(defvar edwina--window-params
  '(delete-window quit-restore)
  "List of window parameters to save and restore.")

(defun edwina-pane (window)
  "Create pane from WINDOW.
A pane is Edwina's internal window abstraction, an association list containing
a buffer and other information."
  (let ((pane '()))
    (dolist (field edwina--window-fields)
      (let* ((getter (intern (concat "window-" (symbol-name field))))
             (value (funcall getter window)))
        (push (cons field value) pane)))
    (dolist (param edwina--window-params)
      (let ((value (window-parameter window param)))
        (push (cons param value) pane)))

(defun edwina-restore-pane (pane)
  "Restore PANE in the selected window."
  (dolist (field edwina--window-fields)
    (let ((setter (intern (concat "set-window-" (symbol-name field))))
          (value  (alist-get field pane)))
      (funcall setter nil value)))
  (dolist (param edwina--window-params)
    (set-window-parameter nil param (alist-get param pane)))
  (unless (window-parameter nil 'delete-window)
    (set-window-parameter nil 'delete-window #'edwina-delete-window)))

(defun edwina--window-list (&optional frame)
  "Return a list of windows on FRAME in layout order."
  (window-list frame nil (frame-first-window frame)))

(defun edwina-pane-list (&optional frame)
  "Return the current list of panes on FRAME in layout order."
  (mapcar #'edwina-pane (edwina--window-list frame)))

(defmacro edwina--respective-window (window &rest body)
  "Execute Edwina manipulations in BODY and return the respective WINDOW."
  (declare (indent 1))
  `(let* ((window ,window)
          (windows (edwina--window-list))
          (index (seq-position windows window)))
     (nth index (edwina--window-list))))

(defun edwina-arrange (&optional panes)
  "Arrange PANES according to Edwina's current layout."
  (let* ((panes (or panes (edwina-pane-list))))
     (edwina--respective-window (selected-window)
       (funcall edwina-layout panes)))))

(defun edwina--display-buffer (display-buffer &rest args)
  "Apply DISPLAY-BUFFER to ARGS and arrange windows.
Meant to be used as advice :around `display-buffer'."
  (edwina--respective-window (apply display-buffer args)

(defun edwina-stack-layout (panes)
  "Edwina layout that stacks PANES evenly on top of each other."
  (let ((split-height (ceiling (/ (window-height)
                                  (length panes)))))
    (edwina-restore-pane (car panes))
    (dolist (pane (cdr panes))
       (split-window nil split-height 'below))
      (edwina-restore-pane pane))))

(defun edwina--mastered (side layout)
  "Add a master area to LAYOUT.
SIDE is passed to `split-window' to position the stack area."
  (lambda (panes)
    (let ((master (seq-take panes edwina-nmaster))
          (stack  (seq-drop panes edwina-nmaster))
          (msize  (ceiling (* edwina-mfact
                              (if (memq side '(left right t))
      (cond ((and master stack)
             (split-window nil msize side)
             (edwina-stack-layout master)
             (select-window (next-window))
             (funcall layout stack))
            (master (edwina-stack-layout master))
            (stack  (funcall layout stack))))))

(defun edwina-tall-layout (panes)
  "Edwina layout with master and stack areas for PANES."
  (let* ((side (if (< (frame-width) edwina-narrow-threshold) 'below 'right))
         (layout (edwina--mastered side #'edwina-stack-layout)))
    (funcall layout panes)))

(defun edwina-layout-name (layout)
  "Return the user-facing name of LAYOUT."
   (replace-regexp-in-string "\\(edwina-\\|-layout\\)" ""
                             (symbol-name layout))))

(defun edwina-mode-line-indicator ()
  "Return a string to display in the mode line."
  (format edwina-mode-line-format
          (edwina-layout-name edwina-layout)))

(defun edwina-select-next-window ()
  "Move cursor to the next window in cyclic order."
  (select-window (next-window)))

(defun edwina-select-previous-window ()
  "Move cursor to the previous window in cyclic order."
  (select-window (previous-window)))

(defun edwina-swap-next-window ()
  "Swap the selected window with the next window."
  (let ((cur  (edwina-pane (selected-window)))
        (next (edwina-pane (next-window))))
    (edwina-restore-pane next)
    (edwina-restore-pane cur)))

(defun edwina-swap-previous-window ()
  "Swap the selected window with the previous window."
  (let ((cur  (edwina-pane (selected-window)))
        (prev (edwina-pane (previous-window))))
    (edwina-restore-pane prev)
    (edwina-restore-pane cur)))

(defun edwina-dec-mfact ()
  "Decrease the size of the master area."
  (setq edwina-mfact (max (- edwina-mfact 0.05)

(defun edwina-inc-mfact ()
  "Increase the size of the master area."
  (setq edwina-mfact (min (+ edwina-mfact 0.05)

(defun edwina-dec-nmaster ()
  "Decrease the number of windows in the master area."
  (setq edwina-nmaster (max (- edwina-nmaster 1)

(defun edwina-inc-nmaster ()
  "Increase the number of windows in the master area."
  (setq edwina-nmaster (+ edwina-nmaster 1))

(defun edwina-clone-window ()
  "Clone selected window."

(defun edwina-delete-window (&optional window)
  "Delete WINDOW."
  (let ((ignore-window-parameters t))
    (delete-window window))
  (when (or (null window)
            (and (boundp 'edwina-mode) edwina-mode))

(defun edwina-zoom ()
  "Zoom/cycle the selected window to/from master area."
  (if (eq (selected-window) (frame-first-window))
    (let ((pane (edwina-pane (selected-window))))
      (edwina-arrange (cons pane (edwina-pane-list))))))

(defvar edwina-mode-map
  (let ((map (make-sparse-keymap))
        (prefix-map (make-sparse-keymap)))
    (define-key prefix-map (kbd "r") 'edwina-arrange)
    (define-key prefix-map (kbd "C-r") 'edwina-arrange)
    (define-key prefix-map (kbd "n") 'edwina-select-next-window)
    (define-key prefix-map (kbd "C-n") 'edwina-select-next-window)
    (define-key prefix-map (kbd "SPC") 'edwina-select-next-window)
    (define-key prefix-map (kbd "p") 'edwina-select-previous-window)
    (define-key prefix-map (kbd "C-p") 'edwina-select-previous-window)
    (define-key prefix-map (kbd "N") 'edwina-swap-next-window)
    (define-key prefix-map (kbd "C-S-n") 'edwina-swap-next-window)
    (define-key prefix-map (kbd "P") 'edwina-swap-previous-window)
    (define-key prefix-map (kbd "C-S-p") 'edwina-swap-previous-window)
    (define-key prefix-map (kbd "%") 'edwina-dec-mfact)
    (define-key prefix-map (kbd "{") 'edwina-dec-mfact)
    (define-key prefix-map (kbd "[") 'edwina-dec-mfact)
    (define-key prefix-map (kbd "^") 'edwina-inc-mfact)
    (define-key prefix-map (kbd "}") 'edwina-inc-mfact)
    (define-key prefix-map (kbd "]") 'edwina-inc-mfact)
    (define-key prefix-map (kbd "C-d") 'edwina-dec-nmaster)
    (define-key prefix-map (kbd "i") 'edwina-inc-nmaster)
    (define-key prefix-map (kbd "k") 'edwina-delete-window)
    (define-key prefix-map (kbd "C-k") 'edwina-delete-window)
    (define-key prefix-map (kbd "RET") 'edwina-zoom)
    (define-key prefix-map (kbd "<return>") 'edwina-zoom)
    (define-key prefix-map (kbd "c") 'edwina-clone-window)
    (define-key prefix-map (kbd "C-c") 'edwina-clone-window)
    (define-key map edwina-keymap-prefix prefix-map)
  "Keymap for command `edwina-mode'.")

(defvar edwina-mode-map-alist
  `((edwina-mode . ,edwina-mode-map))
  "Add to `emulation-mode-map-alists' to give bindings higher precedence.")

(defvar edwina-dwm-key-alist
  '(("r" edwina-arrange)
    ("j" edwina-select-next-window)
    ("k" edwina-select-previous-window)
    ("S-j" edwina-swap-next-window)
    ("J" edwina-swap-next-window)
    ("S-k" edwina-swap-previous-window)
    ("K" edwina-swap-previous-window)
    ("h" edwina-dec-mfact)
    ("l" edwina-inc-mfact)
    ("i" edwina-inc-nmaster)
    ("S-c" edwina-delete-window)
    ("C" edwina-delete-window)

    ("RET" edwina-zoom t)
    ("return" edwina-zoom t)
    ("S-RET" edwina-clone-window t)
    ("S-return" edwina-clone-window t))

  "A list of keys to bind with a prefix. Used in

(defun edwina-setup-dwm-keys (&optional modifier)
  "Set up dwm-like keybindings. MODIFIER is the mod-key to use,
and must be a either \'super or \'hyper. With no argument,
use meta."
  (let ((mod-prefix
	  ((equal 'super modifier)
	  ((equal 'hyper modifier)
	  (t "M-"))))
    (dolist (key-and-function edwina-dwm-key-alist)
      (define-key edwina-mode-map
	(if (cddr key-and-function)
	    (kbd (format "<%s%s>"
			 (car key-and-function)))
	  (kbd (format "%s%s"
		       (car key-and-function))))
	(cadr key-and-function)))))

(defun edwina--init ()
  "Initialize command `edwina-mode'."
  (add-to-list 'emulation-mode-map-alists
  (advice-add #'display-buffer :around #'edwina--display-buffer)
  (unless (assoc 'edwina-mode mode-line-misc-info)
    (push '(edwina-mode (:eval (edwina-mode-line-indicator)))
          (cdr (last mode-line-misc-info))))

(defun edwina--clean-up ()
  "Clean up when disabling command `edwina-mode'."
  (advice-remove #'display-buffer #'edwina--display-buffer))

(define-minor-mode edwina-mode
  "Toggle Edwina mode on or off.
With a prefix argument ARG, enable Edwina mode if ARG is
positive, and disable it otherwise.  If called from Lisp, enable
the mode if ARG is omitted or nil, and toggle it if ARG is `toggle'.

Edwina mode is a global minor mode that provides dwm-like dynamic
window management for Emacs windows."
  :global t
  (if edwina-mode

(provide 'edwina)
;;; edwina.el ends here

A .emacs.d/custom/splash-screen.el => .emacs.d/custom/splash-screen.el +212 -0
@@ 0,0 1,212 @@
;;; splash-screen.el --- An alternative splash screen -*- lexical-binding: t; -*-

;; Copyright (C) 2020 Nicolas .P Rougier

;; Author: Nicolas P. Rougier <nicolas.rougier@inria.fr>
;; URL: https://github.com/rougier/emacs-splash
;; Keywords: startup
;; Version: 0.1
;; Package-Requires: 

;; This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
;; it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
;; the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
;; (at your option) any later version.

;; This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
;; but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
;; GNU General Public License for more details.

;; You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
;; along with this program.  If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.

;;; Commentary:
;;  An alternative splash screen:
;;  +–—————————––––––––––––––––––––––––––––————————————————————+
;;  |                                                          |
;;  |                                                          |
;;  |                                                          |
;;  |                                                          |
;;  |                                                          |
;;  |                                                          |
;;  |                       www.gnu.org                        |
;;  |                  GNU Emacs version XX.Y                  |
;;  |                   a free/libre editor                    |
;;  |                                                         |
;;  |                                                          |
;;  |                                                          |
;;  |                                                          |
;;  |                                                          |
;;  |        GNU Emacs comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY       |
;;  |     Copyright (C) 2020 Free Software Foundation, Inc.    |
;;  |                                                          |
;;  +––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––————————————————————+
;; Features:
;;  - No logo, no moddeline, no scrollbars
;;  - "q" or <esc> kills the splash screen
;;  - Any other key open the about-emacs buffer
;;  - With emacs-mac (Mituharu), splash screen is faded out after 3 seconds
;; Note: The screen is not shown if there are opened file buffers. For
;;       example, if you start emacs with a filename on the command
;;       line, the splash is not shown.
;; Usage:
;;  (require 'splash-screen)
;;; Code:
(require 'cl-lib)

(defun splash-screen ()
  "Emacs splash screen"
  (let* ((splash-buffer  (get-buffer-create "*splash*"))
         (recover-session (and auto-save-list-file-prefix
                               (file-directory-p (file-name-directory
         (height         (- (window-body-height nil) 1))
         (width          (window-body-width nil))
         (padding-center (- (/ height 2) 1))
         (padding-bottom (- height (/ height 2) 3)))

    ;; If there are buffer associated with filenames,
    ;;  we don't show splash screen.
    (if (eq 0 (length (cl-loop for buf in (buffer-list)
                              if (buffer-file-name buf)
                              collect (buffer-file-name buf))))
        (with-current-buffer splash-buffer
          ;; Buffer local settings
          (if (one-window-p)
              (setq mode-line-format nil))
          (setq cursor-type nil)
          (setq vertical-scroll-bar nil)
          (setq horizontal-scroll-bar nil)
          (setq fill-column width)
          (face-remap-add-relative 'link :underline nil)

          ;; Vertical padding to center
          (insert-char ?\n padding-center)

          ;; Central text
          (insert-text-button " www.gnu.org "
                     'action (lambda (_) (browse-url "https://www.gnu.org"))
                     'help-echo "Visit www.gnu.org website"
                     'follow-link t)
          (center-line) (insert "\n")
          (insert (concat
                   (propertize "GNU Emacs"  'face 'bold)
                   " " "version "
                   (format "%d.%d" emacs-major-version emacs-minor-version)))
          (center-line) (insert "\n")
          (insert (propertize "A free/libre editor" 'face 'shadow))

          ;; Vertical padding to bottom
          (insert-char ?\n padding-bottom)

          ;; Recover session button
          (when recover-session
            (delete-char -2)
            (insert-text-button " [Recover session] "
                 'action (lambda (_) (call-interactively 'recover-session))
                   'help-echo "Recover previous session"
                   'face 'warning
                   'follow-link t)
            (center-line) (insert "\n") (insert "\n"))

          ;; Copyright text
          (insert (propertize
                   "GNU Emacs comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY" 'face 'shadow))
          (center-line) (insert "\n")
          (insert (propertize
                   "Copyright (C) 2020 Free Software Foundation, Inc." 'face 'shadow))
          (center-line) (insert "\n")

          (goto-char 0)
          (read-only-mode t)
          ;;(local-set-key [t]               'splash-screen-fade-to-about)
          ;;(local-set-key (kbd "C-[")       'splash-screen-fade-to-default)
          ;;(local-set-key (kbd "<escape>")  'splash-screen-fade-to-default)
          ;;(local-set-key (kbd "q")         'splash-screen-fade-to-default)
          ;;(local-set-key (kbd "<mouse-1>") 'mouse-set-point)
          ;;(local-set-key (kbd "<mouse-2>") 'operate-this-button)
          ;; (local-set-key " "               'splash-screen-fade-to-default)
          ;; (local-set-key "x"               'splash-screen-fade-to-default)
          ;; (local-set-key (kbd "<RET>")     'splash-screen-fade-to-default)
          ;; (local-set-key (kbd "<return>")  'splash-screen-fade-to-default)
          (display-buffer-same-window splash-buffer nil)
          ;;(run-with-idle-timer 10.0 nil    'splash-screen-fade-to-about)))))

;; Mac animation, only available from
;;  https://bitbucket.org/mituharu/emacs-mac/src/master/
;;  https://github.com/railwaycat/homebrew-emacsmacport
(defvar mac-animation-locked-p nil)
(defun mac-animation-toggle-lock ()
  (setq mac-animation-locked-p (not mac-animation-locked-p)))
(defun mac-animation-fade-out (duration &rest args)
  (unless mac-animation-locked-p
    (mac-start-animation nil :type 'fade-out :duration duration)
    (run-with-timer duration nil 'mac-animation-toggle-lock)))

(defun splash-screen-fade-to (about duration)
  "Fade out current frame for duration and goes to command-or-bufffer"
  (defalias 'mac-animation-fade-out-local
    (apply-partially 'mac-animation-fade-out duration))
  (if (get-buffer "*splash*")
      (progn (if (and (display-graphic-p) (fboundp 'mac-start-animation))
                 (advice-add 'set-window-buffer
                             :before 'mac-animation-fade-out-local))
             (if about (about-emacs))
             (kill-buffer "*splash*")
             (if (and (display-graphic-p) (fboundp 'mac-start-animation))
                 (advice-remove 'set-window-buffer
(defun splash-screen-fade-to-about ()
  (interactive) (splash-screen-fade-to 1 1.0))
(defun splash-screen-fade-to-default ()
  (interactive) (splash-screen-fade-to nil 0.25))

(defun splash-screen-kill ()
  "Kill the splash screen buffer (immediately)."
  (if (get-buffer "*splash*")
        (kill-buffer "*splash*")))

;; Suppress any startup message in the echo area
(run-with-idle-timer 0.05 nil (lambda() (message nil)))

;; Install hook after frame parameters have been applied and only if
;; no option on the command line
(if (and (not (member "-no-splash"  command-line-args))
         (not (member "--file"      command-line-args))
         (not (member "--insert"    command-line-args))
         (not (member "--find-file" command-line-args))
         (not inhibit-startup-screen)
      (add-hook 'window-setup-hook 'splash-screen)
      (setq inhibit-startup-screen t 
            inhibit-startup-message t
            inhibit-startup-echo-area-message t)))

(provide 'splash-screen)
;;; splash-screen.el ends here


A .emacs.d/custom/theme-changer.el => .emacs.d/custom/theme-changer.el +175 -0
@@ 0,0 1,175 @@
;;; theme-changer.el --- Sunrise/Sunset Theme Changer for Emacs

;; Copyright (C) 2011-2013 Joshua B. Griffith

;; Author: Joshua B. Griffith <josh.griffith@gmail.com>
;; Contributors: Joe Snikeris, Mike Fisher, Göktuğ Kayaalp
;; URL: https://github.com/hadronzoo/theme-changer
;; Created: 20 Jun 2011
;; Version: 2.1.0
;; Keywords: color-theme, deftheme, solar, sunrise, sunset

;; Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining
;; a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the
;; "Software"), to deal in the Software without restriction, including
;; without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish,
;; distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to
;; permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to
;; the following conditions:

;; The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be
;; included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.


;;; Commentary:

;; Given a location and day/night color themes, this file provides a
;; `change-theme` function that selects the appropriate theme based on
;; whether it is day or night.  It will continue to change themes at
;; sunrise and sunset.  To install:

;; Set the location:
;;     (setq calendar-location-name "Dallas, TX")
;;     (setq calendar-latitude 32.85)
;;     (setq calendar-longitude -96.85)

;; Specify the day and night themes:
;;     (require 'theme-changer)
;;     (change-theme 'solarized-light 'solarized-dark)

;; If you specify a list of themes, a random one will be chosen at
;; each change:
;;     (change-theme '(solarized-light sanityinc-tomorrow-day)
;;                   '(solarized-dark sanityinc-tomorrow-night))

;; You can also pass nil as either of parameters to change-theme, with the
;; effect of not using a theme (or using the default Emacs theme) during that
;; period of the day.  For example:

;;     (change-theme nil 'solarized-dark)

;; will result in setting the default Emacs theme during the day, and
;; solarized-dark during the night.

;; You may need to add this file path to your loadpath.  For example:
;;     (add-to-list 'load-path "~/.emacs.d/elisp/theme-changer")

;; If you want to use the color-theme package instead of the Emacs 24 color
;; theme facility:
;;     (setq theme-changer-mode "color-theme")
;;     (change-theme 'color-theme-solarized-light 'color-theme-solarized-dark)

;;; Code:

  (require 'cl))
(require 'solar)

(defvar theme-changer-mode "deftheme"
  "Specify the theme change mode: \"color-theme\" or Emacs 24's \"deftheme\".")

(defcustom theme-changer-delay-seconds 0
  "Specify the delay seconds when switch themes at sunrise and sunset."
  :type 'integer)

(defvar theme-changer-pre-change-functions (list)
  "Functions to run before changing themes.  Takes one argument of theme name being disabled.")

(defvar theme-changer-post-change-functions (list)
  "Functions to run after changing themes.  Takes one argument of theme name being enabled.")

(defun theme-changer-hour-fraction-to-time (date hour-fraction)
      ((now (decode-time (current-time)))

       (month (first   date))
       (day   (second  date))
       (year  (third   date))
       (zone  (ninth   now))

       (frac-hour (cl-truncate hour-fraction))
       (hour (first frac-hour))

       (frac-minutes (cl-truncate (* (second frac-hour) 60)))
       (minute (first frac-minutes))

       (frac-seconds (cl-truncate (* (second frac-minutes) 60)))
       (sec (first frac-seconds)))
    (encode-time sec minute hour day month year zone)))

(defun theme-changer-sunrise-sunset-times (date)
      ((l (solar-sunrise-sunset date))
       (sunrise-time (time-add (theme-changer-hour-fraction-to-time date (caar l))
                               (seconds-to-time theme-changer-delay-seconds)))
       (sunset-time (time-add (theme-changer-hour-fraction-to-time date (caadr l))
                              (seconds-to-time theme-changer-delay-seconds))))
    (when (> emacs-major-version 26)
      (setq sunrise-time (encode-time (decode-time sunrise-time)))
      (setq sunset-time (encode-time (decode-time sunset-time))))
    (list sunrise-time sunset-time)))

(defun theme-changer-today () (calendar-current-date))

(defun theme-changer-tomorrow ()
   (+ 1 (calendar-absolute-from-gregorian (theme-changer-today)))))

(defun theme-changer-add-second (time)
  (let ((newtime (time-add time (seconds-to-time 1))))
    (if (> emacs-major-version 26)
        (encode-time (decode-time newtime))

(defun theme-changer-switch-theme (old new)
  "Change the theme from OLD to NEW.

Uses Emacs 24's built-in theme facility (\"deftheme\") or
color-theme, depending on THEME-CHANGER-MODE.

NEW may be a list of themes, in which case a random theme is
chosen from that list.

If NEW is set to nil, shall switch to default Emacs theme.

Returns the theme that was enabled."
  (let ((new (if (listp new)
                 (elt new (random (length new)))
        (enable (if (not (string= theme-changer-mode "deftheme"))
                    (lambda () (apply (symbol-function new) '()))
                  (lambda () (load-theme new t)))))
    (run-hook-with-args theme-changer-pre-change-functions old)
    (disable-theme old)
    (if new (funcall enable))
    (run-hook-with-args theme-changer-post-change-functions new)

(defun change-theme (day-theme night-theme &optional old-theme)
  (let* ((now (current-time))
         (sunrise-tomorrow (first (theme-changer-sunrise-sunset-times
    (destructuring-bind (sunrise-today sunset-today)
        (theme-changer-sunrise-sunset-times (theme-changer-today))
      (destructuring-bind (next-change . theme)
          (cond ((time-less-p now sunrise-today)
                 (cons sunrise-today night-theme))
                ((time-less-p now sunset-today)
                 (cons sunset-today day-theme))
                (t (cons sunrise-tomorrow night-theme)))
        (let ((old-theme (theme-changer-switch-theme old-theme theme)))
          (run-at-time (theme-changer-add-second next-change) nil
                       'change-theme day-theme night-theme old-theme))))))

(provide 'theme-changer)

;;; theme-changer.el ends here

A .emacs.d/custom/word-count.el => .emacs.d/custom/word-count.el +465 -0
@@ 0,0 1,465 @@
;;;;; word-count.el - Counting word for Emacsen.
;; AUTHOR:  Hiroyuki Komatsu <komatsu@taiyaki.org>
;; $Id: word-count.el,v 1.3 2003/10/09 22:40:40 komatsu Exp $
;; How to install:
;; 1). Download this file from the following URL.
;; <http://www.taiyaki.org/elisp/word-count/src/wourd-count.el>
;; 2). Where this file is stored to ~/elisp/, please add the following lines to your ".emacs".
;; (setq load-path (cons (expand-file-name "~/elisp") load-path))
;; (autoload 'word-count-mode "word-count"
;;           "Minor mode to count words." t nil)
;; (global-set-key "\M-+" 'word-count-mode)
;; How to use:
;; 1). M-+ (word-count-mode) toggles word-count mode.
;; 2). M-[space] (word-count-set-area) sets area for counting words.
;; 3). M-x word-count-set-region sets region or paragraph for counting words.
;; 4). M-x word-count-set-marker sets marker for counting words.

;; ----------------------------------------------------------------------
;; Mell
;; ----------------------------------------------------------------------

;; Checking Emacs or XEmacs. (APEL?)
(if (not (boundp 'running-xemacs))
    (defconst running-xemacs nil))

(defun mell-check-value (value)
  (and (boundp value)
       (symbol-value value)))

;; mell-region-active-p
(if running-xemacs
    (defun mell-region-active-p ()
  (defun mell-region-active-p ()
    (mell-check-value 'mark-active))

;; mell-transient-mode-p
(if running-xemacs
    (defun mell-transient-mode-p ()
      (mell-check-value 'zmacs-regions))
  (defun mell-transient-mode-p ()
    (mell-check-value 'transient-mark-mode))

;; Define mell-transient-region-active-p
(defun mell-transient-region-active-p ()
  (and (mell-transient-mode-p)

;; ------------------------------------------------------------

(defun mell-marker-set (marker &optional position buffer type)
  (or (markerp (eval marker))
      (set marker (make-marker)))
  (or position
      (setq position (point)))
  (set-marker (eval marker) position buffer)
  (set-marker-insertion-type (eval marker) type)

(defun mell-defvar (symbol value &optional doc-string)
  (if (not (boundp symbol))
      (set symbol value))
  (if doc-string
      (put symbol 'variable-documentation doc-string))

(defun mell-defvar-locally (symbol initvalue &optional docstring)
  (mell-defvar symbol initvalue docstring)
  (make-variable-buffer-local symbol)

(defun mell-set-minor-mode (name modeline &optional key-map)
  (make-variable-buffer-local name)
  (setq minor-mode-alist
	(mell-alist-add minor-mode-alist (list name modeline)))
  (and key-map
       (setq minor-mode-map-alist
	     (mell-alist-add minor-mode-map-alist (cons name key-map)))

(defun mell-point-at-bop (&optional point)
    (goto-char (or point (point)))
    (backward-paragraph 1)

(defun mell-point-at-eop (&optional point)
    (goto-char (or point (point)))
    (forward-paragraph 1)

;; mell-alist ------------------------------------------------------------

(defun mell-alist-add! (alist new-cons)
  (if (null alist)
      (error "mell-alist-add! can not deal nil as an alist.")
    (let ((current-cons (assoc (car new-cons) alist)))
      (if current-cons
	  (setcdr current-cons (cdr new-cons))
	(if (car alist)
	    (nconc alist (list new-cons))
	  (setcar alist new-cons))
(defun mell-alist-add (alist new-cons)
  (if (null alist)
      (list new-cons)
    (let ((return-alist (copy-alist alist)))
      (mell-alist-add! return-alist new-cons)
(defun mell-alist-delete (alist key)
  (if key
      (let (return-alist)
	(mapcar '(lambda (x)
		   (or (equal key (car x))
		       (setq return-alist (cons x return-alist))))
	(if return-alist
	    (reverse return-alist)
	  (list nil)))

(defun mell-alist-get-value (key alist)
  "Return a value corresponded to KEY or 't' from ALIST."
  (if (consp alist)
      (let ((assoc-pair (assoc key alist)))
        (if assoc-pair
            (cdr assoc-pair)
          (cdr (assoc t alist))))

;; mell-string ------------------------------------------------------------

(defun mell-string-split (string regexp)
  "Divide STRING from REGEXP."
  (let ((start 0) match-list splited-list)
    (while (string-match regexp string start)
      (setq match-list
	    (append match-list (list (match-beginning 0) (match-end 0))))
      (setq start (match-end 0))
    (setq match-list (append '(0) match-list (list (length string))))
    (while match-list
      (setq splited-list 
	    (cons (substring string (nth 0 match-list) (nth 1 match-list))
      (setq match-list (nthcdr 2 match-list))
    (reverse splited-list)))

(defun mell-string-replace (target-string from-regexp to-string)
  (if (string-match from-regexp target-string)
      (setq target-string
	    (mapconcat '(lambda (x) x)
		       (mell-string-split target-string from-regexp)

;; mell-match ------------------------------------------------------------

(defun mell-match-count-string (regexp string)
    (let ((i 0) (n 0))
      (while (and (string-match regexp string i) (< i (match-end 0)))
	(setq i (match-end 0))
	(setq n (1+ n)))
(if running-xemacs
     '(defun mell-match-count-region (regexp start end &optional buffer)
	(mell-match-count-string regexp (buffer-substring start end buffer))
   '(defun mell-match-count-region (regexp start end &optional buffer)
	(and buffer (set-buffer buffer))
	(mell-match-count-string regexp (buffer-substring start end))

;; mell-sign ------------------------------------------------------------

(defun mell-color-find (color-name &optional alt-tty-color-num)
  (if window-system color-name
    (and (functionp 'find-tty-color)
	 (or (and color-name (find-tty-color color-name))
	     (nth alt-tty-color-num (tty-color-list))))

(defvar mell-sign-marker-overlay-alist (list nil))
(defun mell-sign-marker (marker &optional face)
  (let ((overlay (cdr (assoc marker mell-sign-marker-overlay-alist)))
	(start (min marker (1- (point-max)))) ;; for EOB
	(end (min (1+ marker) (point-max))))
    (if overlay
	(move-overlay overlay start end (marker-buffer marker))
      (setq overlay (make-overlay start end (marker-buffer marker)))
      (mell-alist-add! mell-sign-marker-overlay-alist (cons marker overlay))
    (overlay-put overlay 'face (or face 'highlight))
    (overlay-put overlay 'evaporate t)
    (add-hook 'post-command-hook 'mell-sign-marker-redisplay t t)

(defun mell-sign-marker-off (marker)
  (let ((overlay (cdr (assoc marker mell-sign-marker-overlay-alist))))
    (if overlay
	(delete-overlay overlay))
    (setq mell-sign-marker-overlay-alist
	  (mell-alist-delete mell-sign-marker-overlay-alist marker))
    (remove-hook 'post-command-hook 'mell-sign-marker-redisplay t)

(defun mell-sign-marker-redisplay ()
   '(lambda (cons) (mell-sign-marker (car cons)))

(defvar mell-sign-region-overlay-alist (list nil))
(defun mell-sign-region (start end &optional buffer face)
  (or buffer (setq buffer (current-buffer)))
  (let* ((region (list start end buffer))
	 (overlay (cdr (assoc region mell-sign-region-overlay-alist))))
    (if overlay
	(move-overlay overlay start end buffer)
      (setq overlay (make-overlay start end buffer nil t))
      (mell-alist-add! mell-sign-region-overlay-alist (cons region overlay))
    (overlay-put overlay 'face (or face 'highlight))
    (overlay-put overlay 'evaporate t)

(defun mell-sign-region-off (start end &optional buffer)
  (or buffer (setq buffer (current-buffer)))
  (let* ((region (list start end buffer))
	 (overlay (cdr (assoc region mell-sign-region-overlay-alist))))
    (if overlay
	(delete-overlay overlay))
    (setq mell-sign-region-overlay-alist
	  (mell-alist-delete mell-sign-region-overlay-alist region))

;; ----------------------------------------------------------------------
;; word-count-mode
;; ----------------------------------------------------------------------

(defcustom word-count-non-character-regexp "[\n\t ]"
  "Regexp what is not counted as characters.")
(defcustom word-count-word-regexp "[a-z0-9_-]+"
  "Regexp what is counted as words.")
(defcustom word-count-non-line-regexp "^[\t ]*\n\\|^[\t ]+$"
  "Regexp what is not counted as lines.")
(defcustom word-count-preremove-regexp-alist
  '((latex-mode . ("\\\\%" "%.*$")) (tex-mode . ("\\\\%" "%.*$"))
    (html-mode . ("<[^>]*>")) (sgml-mode . ("<[^>]*>"))
    (t . nil))
  "Regexp alist what is used by preremove operation.
These regexps are replaced to one space (ie '\\\\%' -> ' ', '%.*$' -> ' ').
A pair with 't' is a default.")
(defcustom word-count-modeline-string " WC:"
				  "String of modeline for word-count mode.")
(defcustom word-count-mode-hook nil
  "Function or functions called when word-count-mode is executed.")
(defcustom word-count-mode-init-hook nil
  "Function or functions called when word-count.el is loaded.")

(defcustom word-count-marker-foreground (mell-color-find "#D0D0D0" 7)
  "Color for word-count mode.")
(defcustom word-count-marker-background (mell-color-find "#5050A0" 3)
  "Color for word-count mode.")
(defcustom word-count-region-foreground (mell-color-find "#D0D0D0" 7)
  "Color for word-count mode.")
(defcustom word-count-region-background (mell-color-find "#5050A0" 3)
  "Color for word-count mode.")

(if (not (boundp 'word-count-marker-face))
      (defcustom word-count-marker-face (make-face 'word-count-marker-face)
	"Face for word-count mode.")
      (set-face-foreground word-count-marker-face word-count-marker-foreground)
      (set-face-background word-count-marker-face word-count-marker-background)

(if (not (boundp 'word-count-region-face))
      (defcustom word-count-region-face (make-face 'word-count-region-face)
	"Face for word-count mode.")
      (set-face-foreground word-count-region-face word-count-region-foreground)
      (set-face-background word-count-region-face word-count-region-background)

(global-set-key "\M-+" 'word-count-mode)
(defvar word-count-mode-map (make-sparse-keymap))
(define-key word-count-mode-map "\M- " 'word-count-set-area)

(defvar word-count-mode nil "*Non-nil means in an word-count mode.")
(mell-set-minor-mode 'word-count-mode 'word-count-modeline word-count-mode-map)

(mell-defvar-locally 'word-count-modeline " WC")
(mell-defvar-locally 'word-count-marker-beginning nil)
(mell-defvar-locally 'word-count-marker-end nil)

(defun word-count-mode (&optional arg)
  (interactive "P")
  (setq word-count-mode 
	(if (null arg) (not word-count-mode) (> (prefix-numeric-value arg) 0)))
  (if word-count-mode
  (run-hooks 'word-count-mode-hook)

(defun word-count-mode-on ()
  (setq word-count-mode t)
  (if (mell-transient-region-active-p)
  (add-hook 'post-command-hook 'word-count-modeline-display t t)

(defun word-count-mode-off ()
  (setq word-count-mode nil)
  (remove-hook 'post-command-hook 'word-count-modeline-display t)

(defun word-count-set-area ()
  (or word-count-mode
  (if (mell-transient-region-active-p)

(defun word-count-set-marker ()
  (or word-count-mode (word-count-mode))
  (mell-marker-set 'word-count-marker-beginning)
  (mell-sign-marker word-count-marker-beginning word-count-marker-face)

(defun word-count-set-marker-off ()
  (mell-sign-marker-off word-count-marker-beginning)

(defun word-count-set-region ()
  (or word-count-mode (word-count-mode))
  (if (mell-transient-region-active-p)
	(mell-marker-set 'word-count-marker-beginning (min (mark) (point)))
	(mell-marker-set 'word-count-marker-end (max (mark) (point)) nil t)
    (mell-marker-set 'word-count-marker-beginning (mell-point-at-bop))
    (mell-marker-set 'word-count-marker-end       (mell-point-at-eop) nil t)
  (mell-sign-region word-count-marker-beginning word-count-marker-end nil

(defun word-count-set-region-off ()
  (mell-sign-region-off word-count-marker-beginning word-count-marker-end)
  (and (markerp word-count-marker-end)
       (set-marker word-count-marker-end nil))
  (setq word-count-marker-end nil)

(defun word-count-modeline-display ()
  (setq word-count-modeline (word-count-modeline-create))

(defun word-count-modeline-create ()
  (let ((beginning word-count-marker-beginning)
	(end (or word-count-marker-end (point))))
     (apply 'format "%d/%d/%d" (word-count-CWL-region beginning end))
     (if (mell-transient-region-active-p)
	 (apply 'format " (%d/%d/%d)" (word-count-CWL-region)))

(defun word-count-CWL-region (&optional start end)
  (word-count-CWL-string (word-count-buffer-substring start end)))

(defun word-count-CWL-string (string)
  (setq string (word-count-preremove-string string))
   (word-count-characters-string string t)
   (word-count-words-string      string t)
   (word-count-lines-string      string t)

(defun word-count-characters-region (&optional start end)
  (word-count-characters-string (word-count-buffer-substring start end)))

(defun word-count-words-region (&optional start end)
  (word-count-words-string (word-count-buffer-substring start end)))

(defun word-count-lines-region (&optional start end)
  (word-count-lines-string (word-count-buffer-substring start end)))

(defun word-count-buffer-substring (&optional start end)
  (or start (setq start (region-beginning)))
  (or end (setq end (region-end)))
  (buffer-substring start end))

(defun word-count-characters-string (string &optional nopreremove)
  (or nopreremove
      (setq string (word-count-preremove-string string)))
  (- (length string)
     (mell-match-count-string word-count-non-character-regexp string)

(defun word-count-words-string (string &optional nopreremove)
  (or nopreremove
      (setq string (word-count-preremove-string string)))
  (mell-match-count-string word-count-word-regexp string))

(defun word-count-lines-string (string &optional nopreremove)
  (or nopreremove
      (setq string (word-count-preremove-string string)))
  (- (1+ (mell-match-count-string
	  "\n" (substring string 0 (max 0 (1- (length string))))))
     (mell-match-count-string word-count-non-line-regexp string)

(defun word-count-preremove-string (string &optional patterns)
  (mapcar '(lambda (pattern)
	     (setq string (mell-string-replace string pattern " ")))
	  (or patterns
	      (mell-alist-get-value major-mode

(run-hooks 'word-count-mode-init-hook)
(provide 'word-count)
;; ----------------------------------------------------------------------

M custom.el => custom.el +1 -1
@@ 6,7 6,7 @@
   '("5b809c3eae60da2af8a8cfba4e9e04b4d608cb49584cb5998f6e4a1c87c057c4" "71e5acf6053215f553036482f3340a5445aee364fb2e292c70d9175fb0cc8af7" "d74c5485d42ca4b7f3092e50db687600d0e16006d8fa335c69cf4f379dbd0eee" "5036346b7b232c57f76e8fb72a9c0558174f87760113546d3a9838130f1cdb74" "e074be1c799b509f52870ee596a5977b519f6d269455b84ed998666cf6fc802a" "e6ff132edb1bfa0645e2ba032c44ce94a3bd3c15e3929cdf6c049802cf059a2a" "7a994c16aa550678846e82edc8c9d6a7d39cc6564baaaacc305a3fdc0bd8725f" default))
   '(electric-pair-local-mode hl-todo csharp-mode tree-sitter-langs tree-sitter elpher rust-mode wc-mode helpful edwina yaml-mode olivetti splash-screen ox-pandoc focus use-package rainbow-delimiters org-bullets markdown-preview-eww markdown-mode+ ivy-rich ivy-prescient horizon-theme elisp-refs doom-themes doom-modeline counsel buffer-move ample-theme))
   '(diminish ivy markdown-mode electric-pair-local-mode hl-todo csharp-mode tree-sitter-langs tree-sitter elpher rust-mode wc-mode helpful edwina yaml-mode olivetti splash-screen ox-pandoc focus use-package rainbow-delimiters org-bullets markdown-preview-eww markdown-mode+ ivy-rich ivy-prescient horizon-theme elisp-refs doom-themes doom-modeline counsel buffer-move ample-theme))
   '((eval add-hook 'after-save-hook
	   (lambda nil

M init.el => init.el +42 -39
@@ 19,9 19,22 @@
(dolist (mode '(shell-mode-hook))
(add-hook mode (lambda() (display-line-numbers-mode 0))))

(set-face-attribute 'default nil :font "Terminus 14")
(set-face-attribute 'default nil :font "Terminus 12")
(load-theme 'doom-horizon t)

(require 'package)

(setq package-archives '(("melpa" . "https://melpa.org/packages/")
                         ("org" . "https://orgmode.org/elpa/")
                         ("elpa" . "https://elpa.gnu.org/packages/")))

(unless package-archive-contents

(require 'use-package)
(setq use-package-always-ensure t)

(add-to-list 'load-path "~/.emacs.d/custom")

;; write custom configs to seperate file

@@ 64,28 77,8 @@

(global-set-key (kbd "C-c n") #'new-buffer-new-window)

(require 'package)

(setq package-archives '(("melpa" . "https://melpa.org/packages/")
                         ("org" . "https://orgmode.org/elpa/")
                         ("elpa" . "https://elpa.gnu.org/packages/")))

(unless package-archive-contents

(require 'use-package)
(setq use-package-always-ensure t)

;;(require 'splash-screen)

(setq calendar-location-name "Leizpig, DE") 
(setq calendar-latitude 51.33)
(setq calendar-longitude 12.37)

(require 'theme-changer)
(change-theme 'doom-horizon 'doom-horizon)

(use-package buffer-move
  :bind (
    ("<C-S-up>" . buf-move-up)

@@ 95,6 88,8 @@

(use-package all-the-icons)

(use-package doom-themes
  (setq doom-themes-enable-bold t    ; if nil, bold is universally disabled

@@ 106,8 101,10 @@

(use-package doom-modeline
  :init (doom-modeline-mode 1)
  :custom ((doom-modeline-height 15)
  (doom-modeline-minor-modes 1))
 :custom (
  (doom-modeline-height 15)
  (doom-modeline-minor-modes 1)
  (doom-modeline-icon nil))

(use-package rainbow-delimiters)

@@ 129,8 126,8 @@

(use-package org-bullets)
(add-hook 'org-mode-hook (lambda () (org-bullets-mode 1)))
;;(use-package org-bullets)
;;(add-hook 'org-mode-hook (lambda () (org-bullets-mode 1)))

(use-package ox-pandoc
  :defer 10)

@@ 140,6 137,7 @@
(setq wc-modeline-format "[Words: %tw  Delta: %w Goal: %gw]")

(add-hook 'org-mode-hook (lambda () (flyspell-mode 1)))
(diminish 'flyspell-mode)

(use-package ivy

@@ 170,7 168,12 @@
  (ivy-rich-mode 1))

(use-package olivetti)
(use-package olivetti

(setq olivetti-body-width 90)
(add-hook 'org-mode-hook (lambda () (olivetti-mode 1)))
(add-hook 'org-mode-hook (lambda () (display-line-numbers-mode 0)))

(add-to-list 'load-path
             (expand-file-name "~/.emacs.d/custom/edwina"))

@@ 207,24 210,24 @@
        ("FIXME"  . "#FF0000")
        ("NOTE"  . "#15ff00")))

(use-package rust-mode
;(use-package rust-mode

(add-hook 'prog-mode-hook #'electric-pair-local-mode)
;(add-hook 'prog-mode-hook #'electric-pair-local-mode)

(add-hook 'rust-mode-hook
    (lambda () (setq indent-tabs-mode nil)))
;(add-hook 'rust-mode-hook
 ;   (lambda () (setq indent-tabs-mode nil)))

(setq rust-format-on-save t)
;(setq rust-format-on-save t)

(define-key rust-mode-map (kbd "C-c C-c") 'rust-run)
;(define-key rust-mode-map (kbd "C-c C-c") 'rust-run)

;;(add-hook 'csharp-mode-hook (lambda () (hl-todo-mode)))

(use-package tree-sitter)
(use-package tree-sitter-langs)
;(use-package tree-sitter)
;(use-package tree-sitter-langs)

(use-package csharp-mode
 (add-to-list 'auto-mode-alist '("\\.cs\\'" . csharp-tree-sitter-mode))
;(use-package csharp-mode
; :config
; (add-to-list 'auto-mode-alist '("\\.cs\\'" . csharp-tree-sitter-mode))
; )

M init.org => init.org +39 -29
@@ 1,7 1,7 @@
#+Title: Emacs Configuration
#+AUTHOR: Zeno
#+STARTUP: shownone
#+PROPERTY: header-args:emacs-lisp :tangle /home/adrian/.emacs.d/init.el
#+STARTUP: overview
#+PROPERTY: header-args:emacs-lisp :tangle /root/.emacs.d/init.el

* Personal Information

@@ 50,7 50,7 @@ Show line numbers, highlight current line
** Set font and theme

#+BEGIN_SRC emacs-lisp
(set-face-attribute 'default nil :font "Terminus 14")
(set-face-attribute 'default nil :font "Terminus 12")
(load-theme 'doom-horizon t)

@@ 205,11 205,13 @@ For this all-the-icons must be installed
Change the modeline to the one of doom emacs, because I think it is more beautiful.

#+begin_src emacs-lisp
(use-package doom-modeline
  :init (doom-modeline-mode 1)
  :custom ((doom-modeline-height 15)
  (doom-modeline-minor-modes 1))
    (use-package doom-modeline
      :init (doom-modeline-mode 1)
     :custom (
      (doom-modeline-height 15)
      (doom-modeline-minor-modes 1)
      (doom-modeline-icon nil))

** Rainbow-delimiters

@@ 260,8 262,8 @@ Activate the package on certain file extensions. If configs are to be added, jus
  Change the headline bullet points to icons, is pretty

  #+begin_src emacs-lisp
  (use-package org-bullets)
  (add-hook 'org-mode-hook (lambda () (org-bullets-mode 1)))
  ;;(use-package org-bullets)
  ;;(add-hook 'org-mode-hook (lambda () (org-bullets-mode 1)))

*** Ox-pandoc

@@ 286,7 288,8 @@ This enables on the fly spell checking with flyspell and hunspell. I set this up
To change the language =M-x ispell-change-dictonary=

#+begin_src emacs-lisp
(add-hook 'org-mode-hook (lambda () (flyspell-mode 1)))
  (add-hook 'org-mode-hook (lambda () (flyspell-mode 1)))
  (diminish 'flyspell-mode)
** Ivy/Counsel

@@ 334,7 337,12 @@ Ivy-rich provides a more friendly interface for Ivy
A nice writing environment for emacs

#+begin_src emacs-lisp
(use-package olivetti)
  (use-package olivetti

  (setq olivetti-body-width 90)
  (add-hook 'org-mode-hook (lambda () (olivetti-mode 1)))
  (add-hook 'org-mode-hook (lambda () (display-line-numbers-mode 0)))
** Edwina
 Edwina is a dynamic window manager for Emacs. It automatically arranges your Emacs panes (called “windows” in Emacs parlance) into predefined layouts, dwm-style.

@@ 367,10 375,6 @@ Helpful is an alternative to the built-in Emacs help that provides much more con
  ([remap describe-key] . helpful-key))

;; Local Variables:
;; eval: (add-hook 'after-save-hook (lambda ()(if (y-or-n-p "Reload?")(load-file user-init-file))) nil t)
;; eval: (add-hook 'after-save-hook (lambda ()(if (y-or-n-p "Tangle?")(org-babel-tangle))) nil t)
;; End:
** Elpher
A gemeni/gopher client

@@ 399,22 403,22 @@ A gemeni/gopher client
* Rust Environment
** Rust Major Mode
#+begin_src emacs-lisp
(use-package rust-mode
;(use-package rust-mode

** Electric-pair mode
 Mode to automatically close delimiters like parenthesis
 #+begin_src emacs-lisp
 (add-hook 'prog-mode-hook #'electric-pair-local-mode)
 ;(add-hook 'prog-mode-hook #'electric-pair-local-mode)

** Spaces rather than tabs to indent
Rust uses spaces to indent, rather than tabs, so we disable the use of tabs for indentation

#+begin_src emacs-lisp
(add-hook 'rust-mode-hook
    (lambda () (setq indent-tabs-mode nil)))
;(add-hook 'rust-mode-hook
 ;   (lambda () (setq indent-tabs-mode nil)))

** Code formatting on save

@@ 422,7 426,7 @@ The =rust-format-buffer= function will format your code with =rustfmt= if instal
The variable =rust-format-on-save= enables automatic formatting on save.

#+begin_src emacs-lisp
(setq rust-format-on-save t)
;(setq rust-format-on-save t)

** Running / testing / compiling code

@@ 431,7 435,7 @@ The =rust-run=, =rust-test=, =rust-compile= and =rust-check= functions shell out
These are not bound by default. To bind these to keyboard shortcuts, you can use the following in your init.el:

#+begin_src emacs-lisp
(define-key rust-mode-map (kbd "C-c C-c") 'rust-run)
;(define-key rust-mode-map (kbd "C-c C-c") 'rust-run)

** hl-todo Mode

@@ 442,15 446,21 @@ These are not bound by default. To bind these to keyboard shortcuts, you can use
** tree-sitter support
 For indentation and highlighting
 #+begin_src emacs-lisp
 (use-package tree-sitter)
 (use-package tree-sitter-langs)
 ;(use-package tree-sitter)
 ;(use-package tree-sitter-langs)

** C#-mode
 Mode for editing C# in emacs
 #+begin_src emacs-lisp
 (use-package csharp-mode
  (add-to-list 'auto-mode-alist '("\\.cs\\'" . csharp-tree-sitter-mode))
 ;(use-package csharp-mode
 ; :config
 ; (add-to-list 'auto-mode-alist '("\\.cs\\'" . csharp-tree-sitter-mode))
 ; )

;; Local Variables:
;; eval: (add-hook 'after-save-hook (lambda ()(if (y-or-n-p "Reload?")(load-file user-init-file))) nil t)
;; eval: (add-hook 'after-save-hook (lambda ()(if (y-or-n-p "Tangle?")(org-babel-tangle))) nil t)
;; End: