eepitch: a way to control shell-like programs from Emacs





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Published on Jan 6, 2013

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0:16 the eepitch-to-shell-and-python example, very quickly
1:18 executing eepitch scripts with `f8's; f8 on red star lines and normal lines
2:33 the eepitch-to-shell-and-python example - what each line does
3:15 the first three lines use advanced features
3:52 eepitch scripts are made to be executed interactively
5:25 the eepitch-to-shell-and-python example again, more slowly

5:58 what happens when the eepitch target is being shown
7:13 the default is to use two windows
7:33 what happens when the target does not exist
8:25 how to send commands to a new shell
8:54 how an eepitch block (like eepitch-shell/kill/shell) works

9:38 an example with shell comments (which eev uses as hyperlinks)
12:35 refining hyperlinks
12:35 converting shell commands into hyperlinks (by wrapping - by hand)
13:04 wrapping commands - bound to meta-uppercase-letters
13:53 M-M wraps the current line into a hyperlink to a manpage
14:12 demonstrating M-M, M-S and M-T with eek sexps
14:40 M-T wraps the current linto an eepitch-xxx/kill/xxx triple
15:47 introduction to the sandboxed tutorials and to M-j (eejump)
16:17 the default numeric arguments for eejump
16:35 M-5 M-j jumps to the index for the documentation for eev
17:15 temporary buffers in eev usually start with a sexp that regenerate the buffer
18:23 where the eepitch-to-shell-and-python example is in the documentation

18:58 Other examples
19:07 pdf-like documents
20:43 a tutorial for Lua based on eepitch
22:26 that's it - last comments, where to find more info, how to get in touch


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