Emacs Configuration

Initialization files for the One True Editor

Matthew M. Keeler emacs Emacs Configuration

Developers love their editors. Typically, they love one to the exclusion of all others. But this is definitely not the case with me. In fact, you might say I have an editor addiction, having played with vim, Sublime Text, Eclipse, Netbeans, and of course emacs.

My emacs configuration includes elisp code to perform auto installation and updating upon start up, as well as customizations to various packages.