Wednesday, January 2

More fun with EProject

I am really enjoying using Jonathan Rockway's Eproject for Emacs. It's project management done in a minimalistic way that lends itself to many useful elisp hacks. As well as the scons/flymake project definition that I use, there's also a nifty hack that allows header/source file definition switching that I just cooked up.

It's only a few lines long but already useful. It's simple because eproject will simply list all the files in the current project for you, then you can pick out the duplicate...