On 2014/07/03 I wrote How To Choose A Font. My font choice would get used mostly in a text editor, a web page, or a printed page. Based on notable information I ended up choosing DejaVu Sans Mono. Five years later I’m still in love with it.
Right now though I’ve got important life-tasks that I need to complete, that I want to avoid. So it seemed like a great time to revisit my font choice.
Via Reddit: The Glorious Horror of TECO is a fascinating read about implementing a useful and expressive programming environment under drastically constrained resources.
To sate my curiosity, as you would expect, you can bind to Control-Meta-Super-Hyper in Emacs. Perfect. Xah explains how to maybe get
Hyper on your keyboard. Good inspiration for building an Emacs keyboard. Nice to have another keyspace.
David recently pulled in a couple of changes to make OB-SML happy with Emacs’ package manager, SML-MODE 6.4, and Org Babel. For you reproducible research junkies, this is super-cool. It is already out on Marmalade.
Here is how: lexbind-mode