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  • 06:34 UTC (new) (history) 2017-12-31 LaTeX pillory – macros everywhere . . . . Marcin Borkowski A few years ago, my frustration with what people do with (or to…) LaTeX made me start a (now rather abandoned) series of blog posts (in Polish) with the common theme of a “LaTeX pillory”. The name is somwhet misleading, since I don’t really want to shame anyone – but I do want to put shame on some practices. This time I received something that is so terrifying that I decided to revive that project.


  • 05:17 UTC (new) (history) 2017-12-24 Merry Christmas . . . . Marcin Borkowski It’s Christmas time again! Thanks be to God for keeping me and my family alive and well, but even more for taking care of us in sometimes quite astonishing ways. As usual, I wish all of you Merry Christmas. Let these days be devoted less to your everyday activities and more to the awe at the greatness of God who gives meaning to them. I hope that even if you are far away geographically, we will meet someday in the Father’s house. As the tradition goes, I will offer a decade of Rosary to all of you!


  • 22:38 UTC (new) (history) Comments on 2017-12-18 hierarchy.el . . . . Phil Not entirely under the radar...
  • 16:38 UTC (new) (history) 2017-12-18 hierarchy.el . . . . Marcin Borkowski A few months ago, Damien Cassou announced his hierarchy.el library. It looks like it went a bit under the radar in the Emacs community – I haven’t heard about it much since. That’s a pity, since it looks quite interesting.



  • 09:59 UTC (new) (history) 2017-12-04 Embedding files in Org-mode . . . . Marcin Borkowski A few days ago, there was a question on the help-gnu-emacs mailing list about a way to embed an image in a text file. Of course, the OP was instantly pointed to Org-mode. However, this does not quite do what he wanted: while you can have attachments/links to images in Org, you then need two files instead of one. This being Emacs and Org-mode, there exists an (at least partial) solution.