Wednesdays, January 17, 24, and 31, 2007
Read the SIPB listing for this class.
Description: Emacs is a text editor which is far more powerful than most users realize. It can be customized extensively to suit one's needs and extended to do almost arbitrary things. This class covers useful emacs features, customizing emacs, and extending emacs to do your bidding.
Prerequisites: Everyone is welcome. If at all possible, do the built-in emacs tutorial first. On Athena, you can start emacs like so:
Then, to start the tutorial, press Ctrl-h followed by t.
Useful links: Emacs on Athena, Emacs reference card
Schedule and slides:
These slides are licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License.
Contact: Phil Sung, sipb-iap-emacs at mit.edu