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Learning GNU Emacs (Classique Us) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 17. Dezember 2004
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The third edition of Learning GNU Emacs describes Emacs 21.3 from the ground up, including new user interface features such as an icon-based toolbar and an interactive interface to Emacs customization. A new chapter details how to install and run Emacs on Mac OS X, Windows, and Linux, including tips for using Emacs effectively on those platforms.
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Debra Cameron is president of Cameron Consulting. In addition to her love for Emacs, Deb researches and writes about emerging technologies and their applications. Her latest book, Optical Networking: A Wiley Tech Brief, published in 2002 by John Wiley & Sons, covers the practical applications of optical networking and was written in the hope that true broadband will be more widely deployed. Deb also edits OReilly titles, including DNS and Bind, DNS on Windows 2000, TCP/IP Network Administration, HTML and XHTML: The Definitive Guide, Java Security, Java Swing, Learning Java, and Java Performance Tuning. She has presented numerous videos for WatchIT.com, covering security and networking as well as e-business topics. She has moderated roundtables on PlanetIT on advanced networking and intranet design. Deb resides in Gaithersburg, Maryland with her husband Jim and their three children, Meg, David, and Bethany.
James Elliott is a senior software engineer at Singlewire Software, with two decades of professional experience as a systems developer. He started designing with objects well before work environments made it convenient, and has a passion for building high-quality Java tools and frameworks to simplify the tasks of other developers.
Marc Loy is a trainer and media specialist in Cincinnati, OH. When he's not working with digital video and DVDs, he's programming in Java-land. (In the interest of full disclosure, he does vacation in Ruby-world.) He can still be found teaching the odd Perl and Java course out in Corporate America, but even on the road he'll have his MacBook Pro and a video project with him.
Eric Raymond is an Open Source evangelist and author of the highly influential paper "The Cathedral and the Bazaar".
Bill Rosenblatt is president of GiantSteps/Media Technology Strategies, a consulting firm in New York City. Before founding GiantSteps, Bill was CTO of Fathom, an online content and education company associated with Columbia University and other scholarly institutions. He has been a technology executive at McGraw-Hill and Times Mirror, and head of strategic marketing for media and publishing at Sun Microsystems. Bill was also one of the architects of the Digital Object Identifier (DOI), a standard for online content identification and DRM.
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Also, this book doesn't provide files for you to practice on. Go to a news page and copy all the text into emacs text editor(you'll learn what the text editor is in the book) and then practice as you learn.
TL;DR Buy this book. learn Emacs.
Even if I highly appreciate all the hard work to write any book, I would give this book 2 stars instead of 3... The only reason why this is 3 stars is that this book has short table of commands distilled from the whole chapter at the end of each chapter and this is works good for me the way I learn Emacs.
People who read this kind of books will never ever ever use mouse as a helper to develop software, they will be using TextMate or Syblime or some heavy IDE but not VIM or Emacs.
So while I like the book, it doesn't help ME much as it is all about vanilla Emacs, when I was hoping it would give me some clarity on Emacs Lisp. It doesn't, or rather hasn't, and I don't think it will. I purchased this book on recommendation of another in regards to learning E-Lisp, and I don't think that panned out. OTOH, it makes very clear several aspects of Emacs, and as far as I can tell, has few typos, and should be a GREAT resource for someone wanting to learn vanilla Emacs.
It doesn't suit me that well, but should serve others well, if they meet the intended audience.
This book build you the basics, and mastering Emacs depends on your effort. A very good introductory book for new Emacs user.