well i probably wont do that but seeing as how i am just now learning
to use lisp i did take what i saw in the code and morphed it with
another bit i found to help me out a little
;; f2 displays tip of the day
i wouldnt mind getting as good at lisp as i am at bash
--(Once apon a time, in gnu.emacs.help,)--
> * Faux_Pseudo <Faux_Pse...@188.8.131.52>:--
> > now if you wouldn't mind droping everything you are doing and adding a
> Much better is alphabetic order. Use:
> C-h i m emacs RET m command index RET
> You'll be there all day reading tips of the day. ;>
--(t...@faux.local_04:45_/home/faux)-- cat .sig
GUI's are for slackers. ibpconf.sh 6.1 on freshmeat.net
The easiest way to customize the command line. By Faux_Pseudo
It's a damn poor mind that can only think of one way to spell a word.
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