git clone -b emacs-27 git://git.sv.gnu.org/emacs.git cd emacs sudo apt-get build-dep emacs ./autogen.sh ./configure --with-x-toolkit=lucid --with-mailutils make -j4 ./src/emacs // test that its working sudo make install
As an example of what I mean,
org-roam had seemingly the same function names at one point, despite the only difference being some double dashes
At first glance, the naming differences between
org-roam--capture-get-point seems completely arbitrary
Supposedly, since there is no such thing as internal vs external functions, it’s a convention for declaring that a function should be considered private or internal only
I still don’t understand the above example since they both have double hyphens
Lists that start with a
` end up having values interpolated.
Compare the following two examples:
'(,(concat "Hello, " "World"), "Nice to meet you?") ; (,(concat "Hello, " "World") ; ,"Nice to meet you?")
As you can see, we got the exact same list that we defined when starting with a
How about using a
`(,(concat "Hello, " "World"), "Nice to meet you?") ; ("Hello, World" "Nice to meet you?")
concat expression is evaluated and we get back two strings!
auth-sources (password-store "~/.authinfo.gpg")
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