How to make your GNU Emacs commands ‘relevant’ for M-X

Today I learned about the M-X command (well, key binding) (via), which “[queries
the] user for a command relevant to the current mode, and then
execute it”. In other words it’s like M-x but it restricts what
commands it offers to relevant ones. What is ‘r… Read more


Doom Emacs and Language Servers

doom-emacs as an ssh IDE with TRAMP using eglot and language servers. Background For most of my emacs configuration1, there normally isn’t very much to write about which isn’t immediately evident from my configuration site. However, since my shift to a M... (more…)

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