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Ask Slashdot: What Software Can You Not Live Without?

yotam Re:emacs (531 comments)

Clean directories, change file permissions, etc. can be easily done using the 'dired' function of Emacs.

about 6 months ago
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Ask Slashdot: What Software Can You Not Live Without?

yotam emacs (531 comments)

Emacs is a necessity for me.
For editing local and remote (via tramp) files.
Run simple shells, compile, grep, diff, clean directories. All within emacs.

about 6 months ago
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Ask Richard Stallman Anything

yotam Re:GNU Languages: Guile and ELisp (573 comments)

Would you consider pushing a more popular glue language for Emacs?
Have you looked at Pymacs ?

about a year and a half ago
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Linus Torvalds Will Answer Your Questions

yotam Google native Linux support (460 comments)

What's your opinion on Google's lack or annoyingly late native Linux support
for their client applications - (Picasa, Google-Earth, Google-Drive)
?

about 2 years ago
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What Free IDE Do You Use?

yotam Emacs is my IDE (1055 comments)

IDE ? I live in Emacs!
There I can edit, compile, grep, open-shells, and run gdb that utilizes emacs buffers.

more than 5 years ago
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Testing Einstein's 'Spooky Action at a Distance'

yotam By September 15 !? (375 comments)

How does this "by September 15th" time limit translate to the past?

about 7 years ago

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