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#+TITLE: Dotfile Todos
#+Author: Josh Wolfe
#+TODO: TODO UNDERWAY | DONE WAIT
* About
# -*- mode: org; -*-
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This todo list is mostly for me to keep track of the things I want to do.
It contains ideas I have for packages and tweaks as well as other people's
packages and configs that I should look into.
5 years ago
* Notable configs to look into
- [[https://github.com/angrybacon/dotemacs][angrybacon/dotemacs]]
- literate
- lots of images
- package explanations
- exwm
- [[https://github.com/abo-abo/oremacs][abo-abo/oremacs]]
- [[https://github.com/wasamasa/dotemacs][wasamasa/dotemacs]]
- literate
- evil
- very well documented
- [[https://github.com/IvanMalison/dotfiles][IvanMalison/dotfiles]]
- literate
- term-mode
- org export
- [[https://github.com/joedicastro/dotfiles][joedicastro/dotfiles]]
- literate
- images for explanation
- hydras
- mu4e
5 years ago
* Things to look into
** TODO Read about emacs =follow-mode=
Follow mode allows you to extend your scrolling of a buffer across multiple
splits.
5 years ago
* TODO Find a suitable shell setup inside emacs
Currently I use =urxvt= as an external terminal. Ideally I would like to run
my shell from within emacs but as of present I haven't found an experience
smooth enough to use full time. One possibility is using eshell and doing
all of the configuration in elisp. The other (and more likely option) is using
=shell=, =term= or =ansi-term= with packages like [[https://github.com/killdash9/better-shell][=better-shell=]].
* TODO Find additional performance tweaks on windows
Currently I use windows at work and have found that some things don't perform as
quickly as they do on linux. A few things that require more investigation are:
- =UTF-8= font display drastically slows down emacs
- =Magit= is quite slow though this is probably caused by =git= slowness
* UNDERWAY Write a package that integrates =org-mode= into projects
I'm working on this project at [[https://github.com/WolfeCub/org-project/][=org-project=]] on my github if you're interested in contributing.
5 years ago
The general idea of this package would be to have a org file that integrates
with either projectile or git projects that can link directly to =TODO:='s in
5 years ago
code. In addition it should be able remove the TODO from the code once the org
item has been completed.