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I think you will get what you want with w3 (http://elpa.gnu.org/packages/w3.html). It's an emacs web browser in lisp. It still looks like a web-page rendered in emacs...


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As in the page you linked: In line mode, Term basically acts like Shell mode (see Shell Mode). In char mode, each character is sent directly to the subshell, except for the Term escape character, normally C-c. In line mode, it reads an entire line and permits various emacs editing operations on it, then sends it to the process all at once when you're ...


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In this context, an "instance of Emacs" refers to a single process. No, Emacs doesn't hold a thread for each open buffer. My current session has 129 open buffers (some 100 opened from files, the others being output buffers for certain subordinate processes - python, ruby, elixir interpreters, wanderlust folder and summary views, flycheck-mode syntax ...


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Short answer It provides number 0 to the next command. Long answer C-u in emacs called universal-argument. It's begin a numeric argument for the following command. Digits or minus sign following C-u make up the numeric argument. You can read more details about C-u by typing C-h k C-u or read online documentation here. Understanding meaning of C-u, now ...


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I have a few ways to do this, easy ones first: Making the install prefix flexible is hard - I would just make the install prefix to your home directory, or somewhere that you can access on any of the machines, and use make install DESTDIR=/path/to/place/where/binaries/should/be/installed to install them to somewhere other than the prefix. I personally have ...


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The command to do that from inside emacs is M-x server-mode The first time you run it, it'll restart the server it's running. The second time, it'll stop the server. To make sure that you're stopping the server, pass a non-positive prefix argument: M-0 M-x server-mode RET


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You can just define the linum size in your init config so it doesnt depend on default-face: (set-face-attribute 'linum nil :height 100)


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You can stop the server by running server-force-delete, e.g. interactively by doing M-x server-force-delete.


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Emacs is an text editor, so the typical use case is to use Emacs to edit the HTML files, and not render them. Use a browser to render them. Modern web pages are so complex that it is nontrivial to write a fully correct renderer, so you would most likely be disappointed even with w3.


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vipe uses temporary files (for me in /tmp) to pass and receive the pipe contents to / from Vim. Because of the pipeline, previous vipe invocations cannot be re-edited anymore; they've already been re-read by vipe and sent along the pipeline. So, it should be sufficient to save the previous vipe temp file (as the original one is removed by vipe), and re-open ...


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\222 in the CP-1252 character encoding is ’, i.e. U+2019 RIGHT SINGLE QUOTATION MARK in Unicode. To instruct Emacs that the file is in the CP-1252 encoding, run C-x RET r (revert-buffer-with-coding-system) and select cp1252. To then save the file in UTF-8 (the de facto standard encoding on Linux and other unix systems), run C-x RET f ...


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You can enable it through the customize interface. Press M-x customize-variable Enter horizontal-scroll-bar-mode Click Value Menu, choose t to enable horizontal scroll bars. Click Apply and Save.



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