It can be found here:
https://github.com/mathiasdahl/dotemacs (download the barebones.el file)
Perhaps someone else will find it useful, as it is or as a simple start for their own Emacs customizations.
(with-eval-after-load "evil" (load "my-evil-hacks"))Enjoy!
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
<a href='emacs:(message """Hello, Emacs!""")'>Hello, Emacs!</a> <a href="emacs:(calendar)">Open Calendar</a><a href="emacs:(info-emacs-manual)">Open the Emacs manual</a>Here are the links:
A new, shiny, modern editor could one-up Vim by fixing some (or hopefully all) of these issues. But before an editor can replace Vim, it needs to learn everything that 1976 has to teach — not just the lesson of Emacs, but also the lesson of vi.Well, it might not be very "shiny", and "modern" is, I guess, very subjective, but there is already an editor that both have awesome extensibility and, optionally, strict modal behaviour with a "command" mode.
|(please don't make fun of the colours, they can be changed easily but I happen to like them)|