[OS X TeX] A question from a new member

Google Kreme gkreme at gmail.com
Mon Oct 16 17:47:07 EDT 2006

On 16 Oct 2006, at 07:27 , Frederic Andres wrote:
> I know Emacs is a very powerful editor, but it certainly looks a  
> little dry at first sight...

There's a reason its called "Escape Meta Alt Control Shift"

or is it "Eighteeen Megabytes<1> And Still Swapping"


"Eventually Mallocs<2> All Computer Storage"

Yeah yeah, now the emacs-lovers will come out of the sewers like  
those guys in Escape From New York.

Back!  Back I say! :)

<1> This was back when 18 megabytes was a LOT of RAM.  Think 18GB, if  
that makes you feel better.
<2> for non C programmers the malloc function is the function used to  
allocate memory to a program.

It's Tchaikovsky's 'Another One Bites the Dust'," said Crowley,  
closing his eyes as they went through Slough.

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