Emacs / Xemacs

C'est Kaspar (comprennent ceux qui le connaissent) qui m'a initié, en 1998, à cet éditeur irremplaçable, lorsque eclipse, quanta, nvu ou autre éditeur graphique ne suffit plus et en évitant le rupestre vim

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auctex

AUCTeX is an extensible package for writing and formatting TeX files in GNU Emacs and XEmacs. It supports many different TeX macro packages, including AMS-TeX, LaTeX, Texinfo, ConTeXt, and docTeX (dtx files).

https://www.gnu.org/software/auctex/

TeX-Mode

Emacs provides special major modes for editing files written in TeX and its related formats. TeX is a powerful text formatter written by Donald Knuth; like GNU Emacs, it is free software. LaTeX is a simplified input format for TeX, implemented using TeX macros. DocTeX is a special file format in which the LaTeX sources are written, combining sources with documentation. SliTeX is an obsolete special form of LaTeX.

https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_node/emacs/TeX-Mode.html

Utile pour recharger un programme édité ailleurs (si on bosse avec plusieurs éditeurs simultanément sur un même fichier:

M-x revert-buffer (if you want you can bind it to a key), or use a more practice trick: use C-x C-v RET.

SOURCE: http://www.cs.rutgers.edu/LCSR-Computing/some-docs/emacs-chart.html

Emacs command summary, Thu Jul 25.

C-SP     set-mark-command		 C-q      quoted-insert
C-a      beginning-of-line		 C-r      isearch-backward
C-b      backward-char			 C-s      isearch-forward
C-c      exit-recursive-edit		 C-t      transpose-chars
C-d      delete-char			 C-u      universal-argument
C-e      end-of-line			 C-v      scroll-up
C-f      forward-char			 C-w      kill-region
C-h      help-command			 C-x      Control-X-prefix
TAB      indent-for-tab-command		 C-y      yank
LFD      newline-and-indent		 C-z      suspend-emacs
C-k      kill-line			 ESC      ESC-prefix
C-l      recenter			 C-]      abort-recursive-edit
RET      newline			 C-_      undo
C-n      next-line			 SPC .. ~        self-insert-command
C-o      open-line			 DEL      delete-backward-char
C-p      previous-line

C-h v    describe-variable		 C-h d    describe-function
C-h w    where-is			 C-h k    describe-key
C-h t    help-with-tutorial		 C-h c    describe-key-briefly
C-h s    describe-syntax		 C-h b    describe-bindings
C-h n    view-emacs-news		 C-h a    command-apropos
C-h C-n  view-emacs-news		 C-h C-d  describe-distribution
C-h m    describe-mode			 C-h C-c  describe-copying
C-h l    view-lossage			 C-h ?    help-for-help
C-h i    info				 C-h C-h  help-for-help
C-h f    describe-function

C-x C-a  add-mode-abbrev		 C-x 5    split-window-horizontally
C-x C-b  list-buffers			 C-x ;    set-comment-column
C-x C-c  save-buffers-kill-emacs	 C-x <    scroll-left
C-x C-d  list-directory			 C-x =    what-cursor-position
C-x C-e  eval-last-sexp			 C-x >    scroll-right
C-x C-f  find-file			 C-x [    backward-page
C-x C-h  inverse-add-mode-abbrev	 C-x ]    forward-page
C-x TAB  indent-rigidly			 C-x ^    enlarge-window
C-x C-l  downcase-region		 C-x `    next-error
C-x C-n  set-goal-column		 C-x a    append-to-buffer
C-x C-o  delete-blank-lines		 C-x b    switch-to-buffer
C-x C-p  mark-page			 C-x d    dired
C-x C-q  toggle-read-only		 C-x e    call-last-kbd-macro
C-x C-r  find-file-read-only		 C-x f    set-fill-column
C-x C-s  save-buffer			 C-x g    insert-register
C-x C-t  transpose-lines		 C-x h    mark-whole-buffer
C-x C-u  upcase-region			 C-x i    insert-file
C-x C-v  find-alternate-file		 C-x j    register-to-dot
C-x C-w  write-file			 C-x k    kill-buffer
C-x C-x  exchange-dot-and-mark		 C-x l    count-lines-page
C-x C-z  suspend-emacs			 C-x m    mail
C-x ESC  repeat-complex-command		 C-x n    narrow-to-region
C-x $    set-selective-display		 C-x o    other-window
C-x (    start-kbd-macro		 C-x p    narrow-to-page
C-x )    end-kbd-macro			 C-x q    kbd-macro-query
C-x +    add-global-abbrev		 C-x r    copy-rectangle-to-register
C-x -    inverse-add-global-abbrev	 C-x s    save-some-buffers
C-x .    set-fill-prefix		 C-x u    advertised-undo
C-x /    dot-to-register		 C-x w    widen
C-x 0    delete-window			 C-x x    copy-to-register
C-x 1    delete-other-windows		 C-x {    shrink-window-horizontally
C-x 2    split-window-vertically	 C-x }    enlarge-window-horizontally
C-x 4    ctl-x-4-prefix			 C-x DEL  backward-kill-sentence

ESC C-SP mark-sexp			 ESC =    count-lines-region
ESC C-a  beginning-of-defun		 ESC >    end-of-buffer
ESC C-b  backward-sexp			 ESC @    mark-word
ESC C-c  exit-recursive-edit		 ESC O    ??
ESC C-d  down-list			 ESC [    backward-paragraph
ESC C-e  end-of-defun			 ESC \    delete-horizontal-space
ESC C-f  forward-sexp			 ESC ]    forward-paragraph
ESC C-h  mark-defun			 ESC ^    delete-indentation
ESC LFD  indent-new-comment-line	 ESC a    backward-sentence
ESC C-k  kill-sexp			 ESC b    backward-word
ESC C-n  forward-list			 ESC c    capitalize-word
ESC C-o  split-line			 ESC d    kill-word
ESC C-p  backward-list			 ESC e    forward-sentence
ESC C-s  isearch-forward-regexp		 ESC f    forward-word
ESC C-t  transpose-sexps		 ESC g    fill-region
ESC C-u  backward-up-list		 ESC h    mark-paragraph
ESC C-v  scroll-other-window		 ESC i    tab-to-tab-stop
ESC C-w  append-next-kill		 ESC j    indent-new-comment-line
ESC ESC  ??				 ESC k    kill-sentence
ESC C-\  indent-region			 ESC l    downcase-word
ESC SPC  just-one-space			 ESC m    back-to-indentation
ESC !    shell-command			 ESC q    fill-paragraph
ESC $    spell-word			 ESC r    move-to-window-line
ESC %    query-replace			 ESC t    transpose-words
ESC '    abbrev-prefix-mark		 ESC u    upcase-word
ESC (    insert-parentheses		 ESC v    scroll-down
ESC )    move-past-close-and-reindent	 ESC w    copy-region-as-kill
ESC ,    tags-loop-continue		 ESC x    execute-extended-command
ESC -    negative-argument		 ESC y    yank-pop
ESC .    find-tag			 ESC z    zap-to-char
ESC 0 .. ESC 9  digit-argument		 ESC |    shell-command-on-region
ESC ;    indent-for-comment		 ESC ~    not-modified
ESC <    beginning-of-buffer		 ESC DEL  backward-kill-word

C-x 4 C-f       find-file-other-window	 C-x 4 d  dired-other-window
C-x 4 .  find-tag-other-window		 C-x 4 f  find-file-other-window
C-x 4 b  pop-to-buffer			 C-x 4 m  mail-other-window
uppercase word                      M-u
lowercase word                      M-l
capitalize word                     M-c
uppercase region                    C-x C-u
lowercase region                    C-x C-l
capitalize region             M-x capitalize-region
C-x TAB
    Shift block of lines rigidly right or left (indent-rigidly). 

TAB
    Indent current line "appropriately" in a mode-dependent fashion. 
LFD
    Perform RET followed by TAB (newline-and-indent). 
M-^
    Merge two lines (delete-indentation). This would cancel out the effect of LFD. 
C-M-o
    Split line at point; text on the line after point becomes a new line indented to the same column that it now starts in (split-line). 
M-m
    Move (forward or back) to the first nonblank character on the current line (back-to-indentation). 
C-M-\
    Indent several lines to same column (indent-region). 

M-i
    Indent from point to the next prespecified tab stop column (tab-to-tab-stop). 
M-x indent-relative
    Indent from point to under an indentation point in the previous line.

Astuces / Tips

pour changer de thème, p. ex. pour avoir un fond sombre

 ALT-X customize-themes
 

query-replace-regexp
<a href=\(.*\)>
<a class="ns" href=\1>

<a href="http://www.a">a</a>
b
c
<\(/?\)font>

<font>\(.*\)<\/font>
\1

<font.*>\(.*\)<\/font>
<span class="ns">\1</span>

<font class="\(.*\)">\(.*\)<\/font>
<span class="\1">\2</span>

<font size=\(.*\)>\(.*\)<\/font>
<span class="\1">\2</span>
/* put here your variable list

var1
variabl2
etc...

note: you can get it with a command like
ex. your form has lines like

<input type="text" name="titre" size="60">
<input type="checkbox" name="image" value="1">

cat yourForm.php | sed 's|^.*name="||g' | sed 's|".*$||g'

will return
titre
image

*/
/*copy-paste
var1
variabl2
etc...
*/
in emacs, do a:
CTRL-ALT-SHIFT-% (query-replace-regexp)
^\(.*\)$
[ENTER]
$\1=$_POST['\1'];
[ENTER]
then try somes, if ok just make ! to change everything

the result
$var1=$_POST['var1'];
$variabl2=$_POST['variabl2'];

of course you can do the same with other replacement

un_bon_outil_pour_visualiser_ses_expressions_regulieres_sous_emacs

eg you have

John.Doe@soviet.org
Mary.Smith@bolchoi.net

and want

John John.Doe@soviet.org
Mary Mary.Smith@bolchoi.net

this is the way:

CTRL-SHIFT-ALT-%

^\([A-Z][a-z]*\)\.\([A-Z][a-z]*\)@\(.*\)$
\1   \1.\2@\3
example:
transform
a,b,c
into 
a
b
c

use regular expression replacement:
alt-ctrl-shift-%
type the string you want to replace, eg. ,
RET
alt-J
RET
!
and it's done!

THE OTHER WAY (REPLACE LINES WITH STHING)
alt-ctrl-shift-%
type the string you want to replace, eg. ,
alt-J
RET
THEN THE REPLACEMENT, eg ,
RET
!

a
b
c
WILL become
a,b,c
-> scratch, C-q + caract. (eg tab)
esc ^[
return ^M
linefeed ^J

http://radeff.red/info/emacs/html_helper_mode.htm

for ubuntu:

sudo apt-get install php-mode php-elisp html-helper-mode css-mode

pour cakephp & ses fichus fichiers “views” *.ctp:

radeff@radeff-desktop:~$ gedit .xemacs/init.el

(add-to-list 'auto-mode-alist '(“\\.ctp$” . php-mode))

et relancer xemacs

  • Set up XEmacs so that it autodetects UTF-8 encoded files.
  • In the case of starting a new file in a non-UTF-8 locale, set the file coding system to UTF-8 using C-x RET f.
  • If running XEmacs in non-graphical mode in a UTF-8 xterm, set the terminal coding system to UTF-8 using C-x RET t.

If you want XEmacs to load UTF-8 files correctly, add the following lines to your ~/.xemacs/init.el:

(require 'un-define) (set-coding-priority-list '(utf-8)) (set-coding-category-system 'utf-8 'utf-8)

ci-dessus pas terrible, il faut mieux utiliser la solution suivante:

source: http://www.maruko.ca/i18n/

If you want XEmacs to load UTF-8 files correctly, add the following lines to your ~/.xemacs/init.el:

(require 'un-define)
(set-coding-priority-list '(utf-8))
(set-coding-category-system 'utf-8 'utf-8)
C-x esc esc
before commands: esc p
ESC < followed by C-x ESC ESC
esc <
esc >

Source: http://www.benjaminbaudouin.com/xemacs-edit-over-ssh (dead link)

Grâce au package TRAMP (Transparent Remote Access, Multiple Protocols), il est possible d’éditer des fichiers distants via SSH par exemple.

Installation (Debian) :

apt-get install tramp

Utilisation :

  • Avec xemacs :
    xemacs /[ssh/user@host]/chemin/fichier
  • Avec emacs :
    emacs /ssh:user@host:/chemin/fichier

Remarque :

Ajoutez (setq tramp-default-method “ssh”) dans votre ~/.xemacs/custom.el pour de pas avoir à préciser la méthode ssh

  • info/emacs/start.txt
  • Dernière modification: 2018/07/18 09:45
  • par radeff