I wrote my first elisp mode. I have my code-it-later tool that I find myself using everyday. As an Emacs user, I’ve been wondering if I could call it from inside Emacs, like many other packages. And because I created the code-it-later, it seems appropriate for me to be the one to write this mode for my project.
One day, I wanted to use the format function inside my Rust. I considered writing it on my own, so that others could potentially use it and experience a bit of Lisp (just a tiny bit).
I was trying to play around using my local mac emacs slime to connect the swank server on my raspberry pi. Initially, it cannot work, but I use the ssh tunnel to forward the ports to make it work. However, I try to figure out why it cannot connect directly. It is because the raspberry pi doesn’t open the port.
After a year’s wait, I finally got my M2 aarch64 chip MacBook Pro. And after one day of usage, there are some experiences I should write down about migrating from the old intel macbook pro to this new one.
I noticed open
Cargo.toml in my emacs didn’t show colors/highlights one day. After check the error messages, I figured out a new word that
As I did last year, I decided do AOC this year. I feel it is a bit harder than last year. This is just the journey of 2022 AOC. All code host on here
I am not a Jenkins’ fan in my whole (not long) career. I always feel frustrated when I have to write jenkinsfile or use some other tools based on jenkins.
Several weeks ago, SBCL 2.0.2 updated with a “new” feature called
Block Compilation. This is the first time I hear this term, I go collect some information of this new feature and I found this article.
I am trying to learn OCaml several weeks ago. My personal hobbits is writing a tiny project for fun with new language which I am learning. So, for OCaml, I wanna to rewrite my old code-it-later project. At beginning, I just want to practice, then I get some experiments.