Emacs on nano (was Re: Future Copyleft devices)
ruben at mostlymaths.net
Wed May 26 10:13:15 EDT 2010
Bfff... The problem is that I somewhat like the openwrt model, but I
can have very little use of my small nano (yacas is ok... but not
enough). I need emacs in it, and porting it is somewhat non-trivial (I
already tried, and it will complain straight). When I'm back at home
(at Dresden now) I'll probably switch to debian, then. My "use cases"
then will go up quite quickly.
On Wed, May 26, 2010 at 15:26, marc zonzon <marc.zonzon at gmail.com> wrote:
> 2010/5/26 Rubén Berenguel <ruben at mostlymaths.net>:
>> I haven't read completely your e-mail: just read emacs and jumped to
>> ask: Have you got *emacs* on the nano? Not zile, but emacs? (I know
>> zile is "somewhat OK", but emacs is emacs, and org-mode is... you
>> know, great)
> I have developed nothing regarding emacs, I just installed Debian on
> my Nano, then emacs is in the mipsel repository. You have just to find
> small fonts, 8pts wide is too big it let only 40 chars, 6pts is better
> with 53 chars (OK with console Terminus 6x12), 5pts would be better,
> it would be nice if somebody was giving a link to a small readable
> console font.
> In any case with a frame buffer terminal you can scale your ttf fonts
> at will. I use fbterm that works nicely.
> Once emacs installed, you can import all the desired elisp libraries.
> On nanonotes org-mode synchronized with git is great!!!
> It is why I cannot agree with Fernando saying "no personal
> productivity software, no PIM"; I have tried so long to get a PIM on
> mobile device that I can synchronize with my other computers, now I
> have emacs on my mobile device, no need to export or import anything
> just synchronize with git/mercurial/subversion/cvs or whatever scm you
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