Starred Links – April 2013
I recently read Joel McCracken’s blog “5 Reasons Why You Should Learn Emacs Lisp Today”, which mentioned that “Emacs Lisp is still the most popular Lisp language on github”.
最近读到Joel McCracken的博客《5 Reasons Why You Should Learn Emacs Lisp Today》（五个你应该今天就开始学习Emacs Lisp的原因），里面提到Emacs Lisp（以下简称为Elisp）是Github上最流行的Lisp方言（”Emacs Lisp is still the most popular Lisp language on github”）。
`An Introduction to Programming in Emacs Lisp’ (Elisp Intro), is an Elisp tutorial that comes with Emacs. Elisp, is short for Emacs Lisp, which is a dialect of the Lisp programming language. It is mainly used for writing extensions for the GNU Emacs editor and it can also be used as a scripting language in a way like Perl or Python.
After reaching a certain level in using Emacs, it is not enough to simply copy and paste others’ code for Emacs configuration, this is the main reason why I read Elisp Intro. I also wanted to gain some knowledge of a Lisp dialect that would be useful in (my) real world.
《An Introduction to Programming in Emacs Lisp》（以下简称Elisp Intro），是Emacs自带的Elisp入门手册。Elisp是Lisp的方言之一，主要用于写Emacs扩展，也能作为脚本语言像Python和Perl那样使用。
In Emacs `org-mode’, if you put “#OPTIONS: num:t” at the top of a file, the
document that is exported will contain section numbers. However, with the same
settings, blogs that are generated by `org2blog’ (version: punchagan commit
387217f792) will not have the same effect.
编号。但用org2blog（punchagan commit 387217f792）生成博客，做同样的设置，却没有效