Commit 24e265cb authored by Benjamin Slade's avatar Benjamin Slade

update, esp. concerning Melpa

parent fc911353
......@@ -47,7 +47,7 @@ See further discussion at [[][the
* Installation
Unless you're installing via Melpa (which doesn't work yet), make sure you have the
Unless you're installing via Melpa, make sure you have the
following external dependencies installed: [[][ =dash= ]],
[[][ =tco= ]]. This might be accomplish via [[][ =use-package= ]], e.g.:
#+begin_src elisp
......@@ -58,9 +58,19 @@ following external dependencies installed: [[]
:ensure t)
** Melpa
This package is not yet available via Melpa.
You can install this package from Melpa, including via =use-package=, e.g.
#+begin_src elisp
(use-package equake
:ensure t
:config ; some examples of optional settings follow:
(global-set-key (kbd "C-x C-c") 'equake-check-if-in-equake-frame-before-closing) ; prevent accidental frame-closure
(setq equake-size-width 0.99) ; set width a bit less than full-screen (prevent 'overflow' on multi-monitor)
;; set distinct face for Equake: white foreground with dark blue background, and different font
(set-face-attribute 'equake-buffer-face 'nil :inherit 'default :family "DejaVu Sans Mono" :background "#000022" :foreground "white"))
** Quelpa
[[][quelpa-use-package]] should allow for easier installation:
[[][quelpa-use-package]] can be used to install directly from this git repo:
#+BEGIN_SRC elisp
(use-package equake
......@@ -78,7 +88,6 @@ something like this to your =init.el= (assuming you put it into =~/.emacs.d/equa
(require 'equake)
(global-set-key (kbd "C-x C-c") 'equake-check-if-in-equake-frame-before-closing)
* Usage
Run with
#+BEGIN_SRC shell
......@@ -179,6 +188,7 @@ so in theory these should also work with ~equake~. This has not been tested thou
| C-M-+ | Add new tab with arbitrary shell |
| C-\vert | Rename tab |
These are customisable via =customize=.
* Changelog
** v0.3
Lots of things seem to work well, but multi-monitor can still be a bit
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