So this is the two-days-late Weekly Wrap-Up #3. I spent the last two days doing my first real batch of elisp hacking of any significance, so I don’t feel too bad about missing the normal rhythm of things.
My big winner for this week is
C-M-@ (mark-sexp), which made several moments in elisp hacking bearable—there’s inevitably a moment in any lisp code where the right parens start to pile up, and good luck with trying to figure out what to mark by hand.
I’m still not habituated to using
TRAMP for editing files using
ssh, which is unfortunate since I do that a lot. And the mark ring stuff still eludes me.
I think this week I’m going to take on registers and rectangles, and perhaps start building up a cheat-sheet I can use to keep the things I’ve discovered a little more present.