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Feb 2, 2014 ... Skeleton is very powerful special-purpose mini-language implemented in
EmacsLisp. The definition of a skeleton looks like a mixture of an ...
Feb 14, 2013 ... SkeletonMode. The Skeleton library provides pair insertion via the skeleton-insert
-maybe command, which can be bound to the opening key:
Jul 13, 2012 ... ... using TempoMode or SkeletonMode, though template.el is geared towards
creating initial file content: unlike TempoMode or SkeletonMode, ...
Apr 9, 2009 ... Tempo is like SkeletonMode - no documentation other than what is in the source
code or what you can find in other pieces of source code that ...
Dec 29, 2011 ... Both are rather simple and offer the insertion of tags based on a list of tag names
and appropriate skeletons (see SkeletonMode). The original ...
... mode that gives me auto-completion on the REPL within Emacs, of course;
SkeletonMode · SachaChua - in particular, the link about re-orging the .emacs file
Mar 24, 2012 ... SkeletonMode – Bundled with Emacs 22 with full doc. See (info "(autotype)Top");
expand.el – comes with Emacs; seems like a super-charged ...
Dec 16, 2012 ... If you don't want to use a major mode, you can use the following code together
with SkeletonMode. Bind to appropriate keys (below) and use ...
Jan 1, 2013 ... He claims that using it requires no lisp knowledge (unlike SkeletonMode and
TempoMode). It comes with a 40+ page users manual. It allows ...
Jan 18, 2008 ... But SkeletonMode can make more useful templates. When skeleton is large you
may want to enhance speed of movements within just inserted ...
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