[OS X Emacs] Emacs everywhere?
cycleofsong at gmail.com
Thu Jul 19 15:01:49 EDT 2012
Thanks! What about a way to use Emacs to edit Google Docs? Is this
I'm imagining Aquamacs somehow popping up within a browser window, allowing
me to use all my Emacs text editing customizations within the context of
entering/editing text in a web app.
Or even just a way to apply all my Emacs abbrevs and key bindings while
I'm entering/editing text in Chrome or Firefox.
Can this be done?
On Thu, Jul 19, 2012 at 2:40 PM, Asghar, JJ <jjasghar at utexas.edu> wrote:
> Yep you can!
> And something called tramp.
> Best Regards,
> JJ Asghar | jjasghar at utexas.edu | o: 512.471.5449 | c: 512.619.0722
> The University of Texas at Austin - Information Technology Services
> From: Peter Salazar <cycleofsong at gmail.com>
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> Date: Thursday, July 19, 2012 12:46 PM
> To: Emacs on Mac OS X Mailing List <macosx-emacs at email.esm.psu.edu>
> Subject: [OS X Emacs] Emacs everywhere?
> 1. I've fallen in love with Emacs and it's become my preferred editor.
> Is there a way to use Emacs to (a) compose Gmail messages and (b) compose
> and edit Google Docs -- aside from typing in Emacs and then copy+pasting?
> 2. What's the best way to set it so that when I'm SSHing into a remote
> server, I can use Aquamacs as the text editor? I've set it so that Aquamacs
> is my default editor when I'm my own bash shell. But when I'm in a remote
> server somewhere and want to edit a text file, it serves up its own flavor
> of Emacs.
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