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May 12, 2013 ... 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, ...
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 ...
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 ...
Oct 28, 2013... 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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
May 13, 2013 ... Starting a new Emacs Lisp file with 'M-x auto-insert' will use SkeletonMode to
give the standard format for your source code. Enabling the ...
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