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When you have applications, whose configuration is as complex as that of Emacs it’s always a good idea to store that configuration under version control so you can easily share it between multiple computers. You can always set up some version control system yourself, but it’s a lot more convenient (and much more reliable) to use an already existing code hosting solution such a GitHub.

I have created a small repo there housing my humble Emacs configuration (.emacs, some custom stuff) and this way I can easily access it on all the computers that I happen to be working on.

I hope that you’ll find some useful bits in it for your own configuration.


At some point my custom configuration grew into what is known today as the Emacs Prelude. I still maintain an independent personal setup, that’s very minimalistic in its nature.

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