Articles tagged with 'Elisp'

flycheck-popup-tip available on Melpa

flycheck-popup-tip is now available on Melpa. That is extension for GNU Emacs and Flycheck. It implements minor-mode for displaying errors from Flycheck using popup.el library.

Writen on Aug 9, 2017, 13:25 and filed under: Flycheck, GNU Emacs, Elisp.

flycheck-typescript-tslint is now part of flycheck package

Two days ago my pull request for merging `flycheck-typescript-tslint` into `flycheck` is accepted. Package is now removed from Melpa. I also joined Flycheck organization and I'll continue to support TSLint checker from there.

Writen on May 9, 2016, 13:42 and filed under: TypeScript, Elisp, GNU Emacs, Flycheck.

Linting JavaScript in GNU Emacs

With any programming language, when you do some client or day job work, you need to deliver quality software. When you contribute to FLOSS projects, you have to follow some style guides specified for that project. Great help with all of that are linters and style checkers.

Writen on Feb 14, 2016, 18:22 and filed under: JavaScript, GNU Emacs, Elisp.

node_modules/.bin in your project $PATH

How to always have 'node_modules/.bin/' from your project in your path, in shell and in GNU Emacs

Writen on Feb 14, 2016, 14:14 and filed under: JavaScript, Shell, GNU Emacs, Elisp.

flycheck-typescript-tslint released

My GNU Emacs flycheck extension 'flycheck-typescript-tslint' version 0.21 relised

Writen on Feb 13, 2016, 21:45 and filed under: TypeScript, Elisp, GNU Emacs.

Loading and unloading GNU Emacs themes

Every time you call `load-theme` in GNU Emacs, there is a chance that previous theme changed something that new theme does not. Also, sometimes themes change `linum` (line numbers) settings and if you use `linum` you don't want that.

Writen on Feb 13, 2016, 15:02 and filed under: GNU Emacs, Elisp.

Using display-buffer-alist

How to use display-buffer-alist to show special buffers in same window in GNU Emacs

Writen on Jan 25, 2016, 22:10 and filed under: GNU Emacs, Elisp.

Evaluating Emacs Lisp

Evaluating your Emacs Lisp code when editing your GNU Emacs configuration or working on some package is best way to see what are you doing.

Writen on Jan 20, 2016, 12:09 and filed under: Elisp, GNU Emacs.