Category Archives: Lisp

Tweaking shell-script indentation in GNU Emacs

The default indentation levels of GNU Emacs for the case statements of sh(1) scripts (and derivative or compatible shells) are a bit smal for my taste (4 columns). This makes case statements in shell scripts look almost “ok”, but I don’t like the small indentation for the rest of my scripts. Continue reading


UTF-8 support in Gnus

It’s amusing once in a while to skim through the subjects of spam messages in my “mail.junk” folder. With Gnus running in UTF-8 mode, I can even read the text as you can see in

Spam in Gnus

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