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Clojure for Domain-specific Languages by Kelker Ryan

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Creating and editing CLJ files in Emacs

Once Emacs is set up, test that you don't get any errors when running the Emacs command from your operating system command line. Before moving on to setting up Emacs for Clojure editing, we'll have to cover some basic commands for operating Emacs. These commands will mostly cover buffer or frame manipulation, saving files, opening files, common edit operations, and then closing the Emacs editor.

Emacs has a special notation for expressing keyboard shortcuts. This notation makes it easier to read and write keyboard combinations. The combinations don't always, but do often, display a small message of what was performed by pressing the accepted combination. If the keyboard combination isn't recognized, the mini ...

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