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Nov 1, 2011 ... LispInteractionMode is the mode of the buffer first selected when Emacs starts.
The first buffer is called the '*scratch*' buffer. It is useful for ...
... M4Mode, AutoconfMode, AwkMode, PerlMode, CPerlMode, LaTeXMode,
EmacsLispMode, LispInteractionMode, LispMode, SchemeMode, OctaveMode.
May 13, 2013 ... Unfortunately, not all of the Emacs Lisp mode features are available in the
LispInteractionMode. See InferiorEmacsLispMode for an Emacs Lisp ...
Apr 27, 2014 ... Compile commands are defined for CcMode, CPlusPlusMode, MakefileMode,
DiredMode, AdaMode, EmacsLispMode, LispInteractionMode, ...
Dec 21, 2014 ... ... available to the EmacsLisp programmer, such as EdebugMode and
LispInteractionMode, but that's because Guile runs as an inferior process ...
LogoMode – Edit BerkeleyLogo source code and send instructions to to an
Aug 24, 2013 ... LispInteractionMode#elisp-transcript – Generate a transcript of the output of a
buffer filled with EmacsLisp expressions. InsertFileName – Insert ...
Jun 25, 2012 ... However, by default the mode of ` *scratch* ' is LispInteractionMode, which is
slightly different from EmacsLispMode. In particular, 'C-j' acts ...
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