An attempted install on my home system went much more smoothly, all modules appeared to be present. I ran into one remaining issue that I had encountered previously, and so I’ve opened a ticket.
emacs.js, and is currently incomplete (“Creating Modules”, “Creating HTML Files”, “Debugging” and “See Also” are empty sections, while “Creating Projects” exists only as a keybinding note).
Still, I’ve got some other issues with it.
By default, the code wants all of the files in the
HOME directory. I don’t put my files they’re — they’re going into Dropbox, and shared across a couple of installs.
It’s not difficult to update the code for this — but if that file is updated in the project, my updates go out the window.
I think the project should support something different, but I haven’t written a replacement for it.
A minor issue is relative line-numbers. I’m sure somebody likes them. I find them distracting.
Unforgiveable, however, is the remapping of keystrokes like kill-region. That’s a basic Emacs keybinding, and shouldn’t be screwed around with. WTF?
emacs.js has the ability too use customized profiles, but these seem to be loaded AFTER things have already been loaded, so the keybindings might be unfixable by simple means. Or maybe it is an easy fix — I haven’t really looked into the customization yet.
I want to use
But the setup, lack of complete documentation, and bizarre keybindings is slowing me down.
It’s an open-source project, and I can work to minimize those problems.
I’ve opened one ticket already; these notes are part of my own further process.