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Re: [gNewSense-users] Announcing KFV Mode

From: Chris Andrew
Subject: Re: [gNewSense-users] Announcing KFV Mode
Date: Sat, 29 Mar 2008 00:39:01 +0000

Good work, Bake.  My background being in SysAdmin, I tend to use VI.
My developer friends use Emacs.  I have downloaded Emacs and aim to
get the hang of it.

Thanks for taking time to write the code.



On 29/03/2008, Bake Timmons <address@hidden> wrote:
> I am happy to announce KFV Mode, a program that helps automate the
>  Kernel Freedom Verification (KFV) project of the gNewSense.  Version 0.1
>  is attached to the end of this email.
>  Features:
>  * Complete a "section" of KFV nearly all from within Emacs
>  * Keyboard shortcuts minimizes fussing with typos and formatting
>  * Automatic uploading of markup avoids tedious busywork with a web
>   browser
>  * Every function and variable (minimally) documented for
>   straightforward customization
>  * Incorporates latest changes to formatting conventions in KFV project
>  * More ideas to come, time permitting
>  KFV Mode runs under the Emacs editor and has been lightly tested on
>  Emacs versions 21 and a recent snapshot.  It is as simple as loading the
>  attached file in Emacs with load-file and then running the kfv-start
>  command.
>  Code and feedback are appreciated.  Even if you do not plan to use Emacs
>  for helping with KFV, perhaps you might consider copying some of its
>  features into other software.
>  Have fun.
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