My Emacs configuration.
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Daniel a760b8042f
[Init] Don’t use ‘swiper-isearch’ as default for searching anymore
1 hour ago
bin [Scripts] Renaming suffix of awk script 8 months ago
doc [Doc] Add tags in to make entries not appear as stuck 6 months ago
elpa [ELPA] Update 3 weeks ago
eshell [EShell] Update aliases 1 year ago
site-lisp [Timeline] Add text properties to all fields 1 month ago
snippets/text-mode [Misc] Update snippets 11 months ago
themes [Themes] More updates 4 months ago
.gitignore [ELPA] Update 4 months ago
LICENSE [Misc] Add License 2 years ago [README] Update copyright notice 6 months ago
init.el [Init] Don’t use ‘swiper-isearch’ as default for searching anymore 1 hour ago

My personal Emacs Configuration, containing bits of code collected from around the web. Have fun with it!


The main configuration is available in the usual init.el file, with additional functionality distributed over files in the site-lisp directory. Some private data (like customization) is outsources into a separate directory named =private=, and is not included in this repository. The configuration should work nevertheless, even without these private files.

The main init.el file consists mostly of variable assignments, use-package= declarations, and initializing the =package subsystem. The main lifting is done by the db/run-init function, which is attached to the after-init-hook= in =init.el. This way, all necessary local hooks and autoloads are set up by =init.el=, and the db/run-init functions only activates a (minimal?) configurations needed for every session, including modes, keybindings, hydras, and global hooks. It also imports some environment variables and starts the server when running under windows. Any additional packages are only loaded when required.


This configuration is known to work with Emacs 25.2 (and later) on Debian GNU/Linux and Windows 10 (sigh).


ⓒ 2017–2019 Daniel Borchmann

This configuration is available under the MIT license, see LICENSE for details.