[emacs-berlin] May 2021 Meetup
narendraj9 at gmail.com
Sun May 23 17:26:51 UTC 2021
My workflow is driven by the project that the current buffer belongs
to. I use the built-in `project.el`. To switch to a buffer belonging to
the current project, I would execute ~C-x p b~ or just ~C-x p f~ to open
a new file from the current project.
To have separate window configurations, I use the built-in
`tab-bar-mode` (with the tab bar made invisible). My mode-line has a
string like this "| 2 3|" at the end to display the currently
On Sun, May 23, 2021 at 4:04 PM Fermin <fmfs at posteo.net> wrote:
> Usually when I'm working with different projects, I tend to use a
> workspace manager inside Emacs
> so I can have arrange the buffers in it.
> Also for treemacs I wrote a simplify version for just navigate between
> projects, I think Treemacs has
> a workflow quite slow without a mouse (dired is the way 😁).
> On 23/05/2021 15:44, jman wrote:
> > Tilmann Singer <tils at tils.net> writes:
> >> What do you think newcomers struggle with most?
> > I will always consider myself a newcomer until I find an adequate
> > solution to the mess I have in my *IBuffer* buffer. I open files from
> > different git repositories, org-mode files, then mu4e, then the calendar
> > ... soon enough I can't navigate through them with `C-x b` anymore.
> > A suggestion I received was to try `treemacs` but it didn't enhance my
> > experience (or I am using it wrong), I end up spending too much time
> > switching back and forth from the treemacs buffer and navigating the
> > tree and that breaks my concentration.
> > (I use `emacs -nw` without a mouse, so perhaps this is part of the
> > problem)
> > My current workflow is to open multiple emacs for different contexts
> > (ugh).
> > I read that the enlightened :-) Emacs user "opens Emacs once and just
> > open
> > new buffers". I would really *love* if someone could show me such a
> > proficient workflow :-)
> > cheers,
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