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fix(navigation): workaround dired+ incompatibility with dired in master branch
3 days ago
bin fix(navigation): workaround dired+ incompatibility with dired in master branch 3 days ago
core fix(navigation): workaround dired+ incompatibility with dired in master branch 3 days ago
modules fix(navigation): workaround dired+ incompatibility with dired in master branch 3 days ago
snippets fix(navigation): workaround dired+ incompatibility with dired in master branch 3 days ago
straight/versions chore(packages): update lock file 6 days ago
themes fix(navigation): workaround dired+ incompatibility with dired in master branch 3 days ago
.gitignore feat(workspaces): add siren-desktop module for managing emacs sessions 10 months ago
.gitmodules Clean slate, so I can add my rewritten config 6 years ago
.versionrc.json chore: Add support for standard-version to cutting new versions 1 year ago
CHANGELOG.md chore(release): 0.7.31 1 week ago
Makefile feat(makefile): add next-version target to preview next version and changelog 3 months ago
README.org docs(readme): Fix typo in org metadata of footer image 1 year ago
VERSION chore(release): 0.7.31 1 week ago
custom.el feat(packages): Replace package.el with straight.el 1 year ago
early-init.el fix(native-comp): set old/new config values to ensure they work 1 month ago
init.el Ensure module names cannot collide with core setup files 2 years ago

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jimeh's .emacs.d (a.k.a. Emacs Siren)

This is my personal Emacs config, currently nicknamed Emacs Siren, and heavily inspired by Emacs Prelude.

However, this is not some form of an Emacs starter kit, it's simply my personal config with any quirks, oddities, bugs, and man-eating errors I live with on a daily basis.

Requirements

  • Emacs 26.1 or later.

Installation

  1. Clone the repo to ~/.emacs.d:

      git clone git://github.com/jimeh/.emacs.d.git ~/.emacs.d
    
  2. Launch Emacs and wait a few minutes while it installs all packages.

  3. Enjoy ^_^

Why not use Emacs Prelude?

Prelude is nice and all, but I don't need everything it does. I need a config that does what I need without having to potentially counter and/or work against some config framework. Hence I prefer rolling my own.

The way Prelude structures it's files and code however is very great, and something I took to heart when I started working on a rewrite of my config, and hence Emacs Siren was born.

Why call my config Emacs Siren?

I had been playing a lot of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, and decided to pick a name based on a enemy type from the game. "Siren" was short and kinda cool sounding.

http://i.imgur.com/7PtsVDG.jpg
Siren