Current situation of amarok, and of latex tools

Vincenzo Ciancia ciancia at
Thu May 14 12:45:19 UTC 2009

Il giorno gio, 14/05/2009 alle 02.47 +0100, Dmitrijs Ledkovs ha scritto:
> User-defined commands - Tick;
> RefTex - bibliography completion - Tick
> preview-latex - Why do I need it when I have auto-refresh of Xdvi????
> But ok =D

Please let us stop this. I know emacs. 10 years ago I was a university
student having fun in coding in lisp. Point here is that unless you're
willing to learn the specifics of it, you are lost in emacs. Now please
let's not start a discussion about how useful is to learn. Learning is
my profession, plus, I know how to dissect my ubuntu and my computer
until the bare hardware. I am talking of a different thing: the concept
of usability introduced by both graphic improvements such as completion
pop-ups, and by automation, (e.g. no need to discover what "reftex" is,
because the system just completes citations) *does* matter. We can't
just say "hey emacs will be better" because this won't equate the offer
on the market. I can install emacs under windows if I really want.

NOT that I ever used windows since when I was a slave of a microsoft
slave. That's not the point. 


It is also important to note that hedgehogs do not actually hurt each 
other when they get close to one another. Actually, when living in 
groups, hedgehogs often sleep close to each other.

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