Learning GNU Emacs - Cameron, Debra; Rosenblatt, Bill; Raymond, Eric

Learning GNU Emacs

Debra Cameron Bill Rosenblatt Eric Raymond 

By Debra Cameron, James Elliott, Marc Loy et al.
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Learning GNU Emacs

GNU Emacs is the most popular and widespread of the Emacs family of editors. It is also the most powerful and flexible. Unlike all other text editors, GNU Emacs is a complete working environmentyou can stay within Emacs all day without leaving. Learning GNU Emacs, 3rd Edition tells readers how to get started with the GNU Emacs editor. It is a thorough guide that will also "grow" with you: as you become more proficient, this book will help you learn how to use Emacs more effectively. It takes you from basic Emacs usage (simple text editing) to moderately complicated customization and programming.

The third edition of Learning GNU Emacs describes Emacs 21.3 from the ground up, including new user interface features such as an icon-based toolbar and an interactive interface to Emacs customization. A new chapter details how to install and run Emacs on Mac OS X, Windows, and Linux, including tips for using Emacs effectively on those platforms.

Learning GNU Emacs, third edition, covers:

- How to edit files with Emacs

- Using the operating system shell through Emacs

- How to use multiple buffers, windows, and frames

- Customizing Emacs interactively and through startup files

- Writing macros to circumvent repetitious tasks

- Emacs as a programming environment for Java, C++, and Perl, among others

- Using Emacs as an integrated development environment (IDE)

- Integrating Emacs with CVS, Subversion and other change control systems for projects with multiple developers

- Writing HTML, XHTML, and XML with Emacs

- The basics of Emacs Lisp

The book is aimed at new Emacs users, whether or not they are programmers. Also useful for readers switching from other Emacs implementations to GNU Emacs.


Produktinformation

  • Verlag: O'Reilly Media
  • 2005
  • 3rd ed.
  • Ausstattung/Bilder: 3rd ed. 2005. XXII, 509 p.
  • Seitenzahl: 534
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 235mm x 182mm x 27mm
  • Gewicht: 854g
  • ISBN-13: 9780596006488
  • ISBN-10: 0596006489
  • Best.Nr.: 13036076
"In meinen Augen ist es ein sehr empfehlenswertes Buch für Anfänger, das wegen seiner guten Gliederung und seiner übersichtlichen Darstellung auch zum konsultierenden Lesen und als Nachschlagewerk für routinierte Anwender geeignet ist." - Uwe Siart, TeX-Stammtisch München
DEBRA CAMERON is President of Cameron Consulting, a market research and consulting firm that helps CIOs and IT managers shape their strategies for emerging technologies. She has written extensively about networking and security technologies and is a well-known presenter for WatchIT.com.

Inhaltsangabe

Preface
1. Emacs Basics
Introducing Emacs!
Understanding Files and Buffers
A Word About Modes
Starting Emacs
About the Emacs Display
Emacs Commands
Opening a File; Saving Files
Leaving Emacs
Getting Help
Summary; 2. Editing
Moving the Cursor
Deleting Text
Marking Text to Delete, Move, or Copy
Emacs and the Clipboard
Editing Tricks and Shortcuts
Canceling Commands and Undoing Changes
Making Emacs Work the Way You Want
3. Search and Replace
Different Kinds of Searches
Search and Replace
Checking Spelling Using Ispell
Word Abbreviations
4. Using Buffers, Windows, and Frames; Understanding Buffers, Windows, and Frames
Working with Multiple Buffers
Working with Windows
Working with Frames
More About Buffers
More About Windows
Holding Your Place with Bookmarks; 5. Emacs as a Work Environment
Executing Commands in Shell Buffers; Using Dired, the Directory Editor
Preface
1. Emacs Basics; Introducing Emacs!
Understanding Files and Buffers
A Word About Modes
Starting Emacs
About the Emacs Display
Emacs Commands; Opening a File
Saving Files
Leaving Emacs
Getting Help; Summary
2. Editing
Moving the Cursor
Deleting Text; Marking Text to Delete, Move, or Copy
Emacs and the Clipboard; Editing Tricks and Shortcuts
Canceling Commands and Undoing Changes
Making Emacs Work the Way You Want
3. Search and Replace
Different Kinds of Searches
Search and Replace; Checking Spelling Using Ispell
Word Abbreviations
4. Using Buffers, Windows, and Frames
Understanding Buffers, Windows, and Frames
Working with Multiple Buffers
Working with Windows; Working with Frames
More About Buffers
More About Windows; Holding Your Place with Bookmarks
5. Emacs as a Work Environment; Executing Commands in Shell Buffers
Using Dired, the Directory Editor
Printing from Emacs Reading Manpages in Emacs; Using Time Management Tools
6. Writing Macros Defining a Macro Tips for Creating Good Macros
A More Complicated Macro Example; Editing a Macro
The Macro Ring
Binding Your Macro to a Key; Naming, Saving, and Executing Your Macros
Building More Complicated Macros
Executing Macros on a Region
Beyond Macros; 7. Simple Text Formatting and Specialized Editing Using Tabs; Indenting Text
Centering Text
Using Outline Mode; Rectangle Editing Making Simple Drawings
8. Markup Language Support Comments
Font
Lock Mode
Writing HTML Writing XML
Marking up Text for TEX and LATEX
9. Computer Language Support; Emacs as an IDE
Writing Code
C and C++ Support
Java Support The Java Development Environment for Emacs (JDEE); Perl Support
SQL Support
The Lisp Modes
10. Customizing Emacs; Using Custom
Modifying the .emacs File Directly
Modifying Fonts and Colors
Customizing Your Key Bindings Setting Emacs Variables
Finding Emacs Lisp Packages
Starting Modes via Auto
Mode Customization
Making Emacs Work the Way You Think It Should; 11. Emacs Lisp Programming
Introduction to Lisp
Lisp Primitive Functions
Useful Built
in Emacs Functions
Building an Automatic Template System
Programming a Major Mode
Customizing Existing Modes
Building Your Own Lisp Library
12. Version Control The Uses of Version Control
Version Control Concepts; How VC Helps with Basic Operations
Editing Comment Buffers; VC Command Summary
VC Mode Indicators
Which Version Control System?
Individual VC Commands
Customizing VC
Extending VC; What VC Is Not
Using VC Effectively
Comparing with Ediff; 13. Platform
Specific Considerations Emacs and Unix
Emacs and Mac OS X Emacs and Windows
14. The Help System
Using the Tutorial
Help Commands
Help with Complex Emacs Commands Navigating Emacs Documentation
Completion
A. Emacs Variables; B. Emacs Lisp Packages C. Bugs and Bug Fixes
D. Online Resources; E. Quick Reference Glossary
Index
Printing from Emacs; Reading Manpages in Emacs
Using Time Management Tools 6. Writing Macros Defining a Macro
Tips for Creating Good Macros; A More Complicated Macro Example
Editing a Macro
The Macro Ring; Binding Your Macro to a Key
Naming, Saving, and Executing Your Macros
Building More Complicated Macros
Executing Macros on a Region
Beyond Macros
7. Simple Text Formatting and Specialized
Editing
Using Tabs
Indenting Text
Centering Text Using Outline Mode
Rectangle Editing
Making Simple Drawings
8. Markup Language Support Comments
Font
Lock Mode; Writing HTML
Writing XML
Marking up Text for TEX and LATEX; 9. Computer Language Support
Emacs as an IDE
Writing Code; C and C++ Support
Java Support
The Java Development Environment for Emacs (JDEE)
Perl Support
SQL Support
The Lisp Modes; 10. Customizing Emacs Using Custom
Modifying the .emacs File Directly
Modifying Fonts and Colors
Customizing Your Key Bindings
Setting Emacs Variables
Finding Emacs Lisp Packages; Starting Modes via Auto
Mode Customization
Making Emacs Work the Way You Think It Should
11. Emacs Lisp Programming; Introduction to Lisp
Lisp Primitive Functions
Useful Built
in Emacs Functions
Building an Automatic Template System Programming a Major Mode
Customizing Existing Modes
Building Your Own Lisp Library
12. Version Control The Uses of Version Control
Version Control Concepts
How VC Helps with Basic Operations
Editing Comment Buffers
VC Command Summary; VC Mode Indicators
Which Version Control System?
Individual VC Commands
Customizing VC
Extending VC
What VC Is Not
Using VC Effectively
Comparing with Ediff
13. Platform
Specific Considerations
Emacs and Unix
Emacs and Mac OS X
Emacs and Windows
14. The Help System
Using the Tutorial
Help Commands; Help with Complex Emacs Commands Navigating Emacs Documentation; Completion
A. Emacs Variables
B. Emacs Lisp Packages; C. Bugs and Bug Fixes
D. Online Resources
E. Quick Reference; Glossary
Index