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(replace-string "o" "ô") replaces the next occurrence of o after the cursor¹, except in transient mark mode with an active mark in which case it replaces the first occurrence in the marked region. This works to replace the character after the cursor, but of course if that isn't an o then it could replace a character further. You could use the START and END ...
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 ...
You could always try to install the rpm from the later fedora versions. You can find them on rpmfind.net. Simply download the rpm matching your VM architecture and install using yum yum localinstall emacs-24.3-18.fc21.x86_64.rpm I'm not sure if you'll have the correct dependencies resolved. If so, you probably would have trouble compiling from source ...
With Fedora 17+, you can install emacs 24 simply: sudo yum install emacs You can search a package before install: yum search emacs Update Refer to this link, it seems that emacs 24.3 is not include in Fedora 17 repository. In this case, I think you should install emacs from source to get the newer version.
One solution is to use defadvice: (defadvice forward-word (around eif-forward-word activate) "forward-word, with the underscore not being a letter" (interactive "p") (modify-syntax-entry ?_ "_") ad-do-it (modify-syntax-entry ?_ "w")) Modify forward-word, backword-word, left-word, and right-word.
I wanted to run a dedicated terminal application, konsole. I wanted to open a new tab in konsole if it is running, or fire-up one if it is not. Since I was younger back then I split the implementation between emacs and bash. I call the following defun from emacs: (defun bk-konsoles () "Calls: bk_konsoles.bash -- which starts new tab in a running ...
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