you need to install the fonts first.
to the best of your intentions, you probably meant to say you find my
this has been discussed in comp.emacs and gnu.emacs.help newsgroups
several times in the past about 4 years.
to repeat my point of view:
i don't care much about code-formatting style in the sense people
should sting others just because their code isn't formatted in a
particular way, or in a way comformant to whatever lose guides the
language's official documentation may advice. In fact, i consider the
habit of thinking about code formatting being a major time drain, and
inhibit progress in computer languages. You can ready many articles on
my site that discuss this, under the formatting section here:
i often use camelCase in my elisp code because i find it easier to
distinguish my own variables from emacs lisp's built-in ones. In
particular, due to the fact that the emacs-lisp-mode does not do
syntax color fully. See:
Emacs Lisp Mode Syntax Coloring Problem
> and end>
> with your very strange criticism of fundamental values of Emacs.
Right. Thanks for your opinion. It is controversial. I'll nitpick your
phrasing a bit. My criticism really isn't about undamental values
of emacs, but mostly about its interface. You might think that emacs's
interface being its fundamental value... but to me the fundamental
value of emacs goes far more than its interface, in fact i consider
its interface has little value today. Perhaps that's where we
to discuss on emacs further, perhaps we can narrow the cross posting
to just comp.emacs.