Check-out this minor mode I've created for applying an XSLT processor to an XML file you're editing in (X)Emacs.
templates.el is a small package that helps automatic generation of the most common templates in an XSLT page, properly indented in the context. The following keybindings are provided:
In addition to this functionality, pressing the F8 key generates a header file properly set for the current file type. Of course, you can change any of the above bindings.
To install the package, just add it in your Emacs Lisp path and add this line to your .emacs file:
This package allows navigation through bookmarks in (X)emacs. A bookmark is a reference point in a file you setup using C-M-. and you can remove using C-M-/. The created bookmarks are added into a bookmark history. The bookmarks have to be setup using these commands, if you're using the normal (X)emacs "set bookmark" feature, the created bookmarks will not be added to the bookmark history.
You can navigate between a list of bookmarks using a Netscape-like navigation: M-<left> takes you to the previous bookmark, M-<right> takes to the next bookmark in the history. If there's no bookmark to navigate to, nothing happens.
When you're using etags, a bookmark is setup automatically when you
do a M-. to find a definition at the point in file you invoke
find-tag. After etags takes you to the definition, you can
Updated (January 5, 2001): The source code is in the bookmarknav.el. This is an update of the previous version with lots of clean-up in it (thanks to Christoph Conrad for doing most of the work).
To set it up, put it in your Lisp path and add a
(require 'bookmarknav)in your .emacs file.
The find-recursive.el extension allows you to open a file given a regexp and an directory to search into. To use it, add
(require 'find-recursive)in your .emacs file, and type C-x M-f (easy to remember, as it's like the regular C-x C-f that opens a file). This will prompt you for a regexp and a directory. If there's only one file that matches the regexp in that directory, it is automatically opened. Otherwise, by typing TAB you get a list of the matching files from which you can choose.
(load "remotedisplay")line to your .emacs file.
Last modified: Sun Jan 18 00:20:41 PST 2004