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Emacs as a C/C++ Editor/IDE (Part 2): iedit, flymake-google-cpplint, google-c-style
 
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Emacs as a C/C++ Editor/IDE (Part 2): iedit, flymake-google-cpplint, google-c-style .emacs file is available at: http://barisyuksel.com/cppmode/.emacs package versions are available at: http://barisyuksel.com/cppmode/package_versions.png or you can pull/clone it from github: https://github.com/byuksel/Emacs-as-a-C-Cplusplus-Editor-IDE-settings
Views: 32128 b yuksel
CppCon 2015: Atila Neves "Emacs as a C++ IDE"
 
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http://www.Cppcon.org — Presentation Slides, PDFs, Source Code and other presenter materials are available at: https://github.com/cppcon/cppcon2015 — Lightning Talk — Videos Filmed & Edited by Bash Films: http://www.BashFilms.com
Views: 58050 CppCon
emacs c++
 
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Blog post: http://cestlaz.github.io/posts/using-emacs-32-cpp Series page: http://cestlaz.github.io/stories/emacs
Views: 17807 Mike Zamansky
Emacs as a C/C++ Editor/IDE (Part I): auto-complete, yasnippet, and auto-complete-c-headers
 
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Emacs as a C/C++ Editor/IDE (Part I): auto-complete, yasnippet, and auto-complete-c-headers. Installation and all the tricks. .emacs file is available at: http://barisyuksel.com/cppmode/.emacs package versions are available at: http://barisyuksel.com/cppmode/package_versions.png or you can pull/clone it from github: https://github.com/byuksel/Emacs-as-a-C-Cplusplus-Editor-IDE-settings
Views: 96250 b yuksel
C/C++ in Spacemacs
 
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How to get a decent environment for C/C++ development in Spacemacs.
Views: 25997 Eivind Fonn
Emacs as a C/C++ Editor/IDE (Part 3): Installing CEDET mode for true intellisense
 
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Emacs as a C/C++ Editor/IDE (Part 3): CEDET mode for true context sensitive intellisense .emacs file is available at: http://barisyuksel.com/cppmode/.emacs or you can pull/clone it from github: https://github.com/byuksel/Emacs-as-a-C-Cplusplus-Editor-IDE-settings
Views: 32122 b yuksel
My Emacs Demo - 2014 Edition
 
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This is my Emacs settings now. Sorry the video is a bit fast, unfortunately slowing it doesn't help much either :( You can learn more about each of the plugins by Googling them. My .emacs configuration is available publicly, you can see it here: https://github.com/toumorokoshi/yt.rc/tree/master/emacs I don't explain how to get this exact setup, but I do explain how to build your own. Here's a series of tutorials geared toward building your own emacs setup from scratch: http://toumorokoshi.github.io/emacs-from-scratch-part-1-extending-emacs-basics.html Songs are: 1. Morgan Page feat. Tegan & Sara - Body Work (Lazy Rich Remix) 2. signatune (thomas bangalter edit) - dj mehdi
Views: 30514 Yusuke Tsutsumi
Emacs in 10 minutes!
 
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A basic introduction to one of the more popular programming editors. Yes, I know I went fast - sorry. I'll make a longer tutorial at some point. This was more of a feature-overview type style. And I only had time for the basic features :)) Thanks for watching :)
Views: 128048 zaychenok
Emacs Tutorial 16 - Macros
 
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We finally get around to discussing macros! We are also discussing how you can save them and retrieve them at a later date.
Views: 790 Uncle Dave
How to compile and execute a C++ program in Emacs
 
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This is a tutorial on how to compile and execute C++ code inside of Emacs.
Views: 11097 Deepam Sarmah
Emacs Tutorial (Beginners) -Part 3- Expressions, Statements, ~/.emacs file and packages
 
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A short Introduction to Emacs. Covering expressions, statements, ~/.emacs file and packages. Essential Emacs with essential command. The file we edited in this episode is at http://barisyuksel.com/emacs/emacs_tutorial_reference.cpp Or you can use the Github link: https://github.com/byuksel/Emacs-Tutorial-for-Beginners
Views: 11583 b yuksel
C++ navigation in Emacs 23.4 vs Emacs 24.1
 
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This video shows some fixes that were made in cc-mode to navigate through namespaces and classes in C++ code. // Music by KIPPAN (from Sweden), http://soundcloud.com/kippan/
Views: 5559 David Capello
Using Emacs 18 - iedit, narrowing, and widening
 
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Blog post: http://cestlaz.github.io/posts/using-emacs-18-narrow Series page: http://cestlaz.github.io/stories/emacs
Views: 3905 Mike Zamansky
EMACS as STM32 IDE with CubeMx
 
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I wrote emacs package for comfortable work with stm32 MCU. Package support work with STM32CubeMx. Repo: https://github.com/SL-RU/stm32-emacs e-mail: [email protected]
Views: 3831 Alexander Lutsai
Emacs as a C/C++ Editor/IDE (Part 4): Installing irony/sarcasm mode for true intellisense with clang
 
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Emacs as a C/C++ Editor/IDE (Part 4): Installing irony mode for true context sensitive intellisense .emacs file is available at: http://barisyuksel.com/cppmode/.emacs_irony or you can pull/clone it from github: https://github.com/byuksel/Emacs-as-a-C-Cplusplus-Editor-IDE-settings-with-irony The demo project is available at: https://github.com/byuksel/Cpp-Demo-Project-For-Emacs Episode 2 is available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r_HW0EB67eY
Views: 27559 b yuksel
Emacs Elpa Tutorial: Installing Packages with Melpa & Manually
 
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In this Emacs Tutorial You'll learn how to install packages both Manually, and with Melpa. https://truthseekers.io/lessons/an-introduction-to-emacs-everything-you-need-to-know-to-get-started/ In order to utilize the full power of Emacs you HAVE to install packages so you can extend the features of Emacs. I'm going to show you around the configuration files and folders of Emacs so you can learn how to use the emacs config file, as well as how installing packages from the package manager works. The .emacs file is the configuration file, where you'll be putting all of your personal Emacs customization. The .emacs.d directory is where all the source code of the packages will be placed. All package managers, as well as manual installations will have you place source code into the .emacs.d folder, then from the .emacs file, you'll link to the source code located in the .emacs.d folder.
Views: 1175 TruthSeekers
Emacs Tutorial For Beginners - Simply Explained
 
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Go from 0 to ... uh... 5 MPH in just a few minutes. Don't worry about becoming a text editor ninja. Just get the basics down so you can start writing whatever crap you need to get done! 0:37 - Reference cheat sheet 1:05 - Command keys 1:36 - Open file 1:52 - Create a new file 2:28 - Buffers 3:42 - Split windows 4:34 - Customizing Emacs c means "ctrl" m means "alt" key and everything else is just the specified key c-x 1 delete all other windows c-x 2 split window c-x c-f read a file into emacs ~/.emacs find the config file ;;****************************************************** ;; Things I have added to customize emacs, copy and ;; paste the text below into your "config" (.emacs) file ;;****************************************************** ;; Use 2 spaces for auto indent (setq c-default-style "linux" c-basic-offset 2) ;; Set column-mode to always be on (setq column-number-mode t) ;; Set line number mode to always be on (global-linum-mode t) ;; no startup message (setq inhibit-startup-message t) ;; have your emacs window to always show your system-name and the full ;; path of the buffer your currently editing : (setq frame-title-format (list (format "%s %%S: %%j " (system-name)) '(buffer-file-name "%f" (dired-directory dired-directory "%b"))))
Views: 15093 csanchez505
emacs realtime. mwe log command, editing elisp
 
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Real world use of emacs. First 20 min is running mwe log commands package. From 20:00 to end, modifying a emacs lisp code that creates ATOM/RSS entry. Elisp code shows beginning at 25:30.
Views: 187 Xah Lee
emacs completion
 
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with https://github.com/brianjcj/auto-complete-clang emacs plugin
Views: 210 Omar GIVERNAUD
Emacs Aggressive Indent Demo
 
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A quick demo of aggressive-indent-mode.
Views: 1093 Avdi Grimm
Graphical tooltips in Emacs
 
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An illustration of graphical tooltips on words in Emacs
Views: 641 John Kitchin
emacs-c++
 
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Views: 2850 York Zhao
Emacs Rocks! Episode 16: Dired
 
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http://emacsrocks.com - Rocking emacs tricks and tips screencast. Follow me on twitter: @emacsrocks
Views: 8563 emacsrocks
C++ Style Guide - Naming & Variables
 
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This c++ style guide series will make you familiar with proper styling of code. As per google style guide. This particular video is about naming and variables.
Views: 1477 Pro Coding
Emacs C-mode and switch-statements
 
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How can I permanently set the indentation for switch/case-statements to be 2? At present I have to use C-c C-o to set it.
Views: 356 Kjell Post
Ethereum ÐΞVcon-0: C++ Ethereum and Emacs
 
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Lefteris Karapetsas presents on C++ Ethereum and Emacs.
Views: 1205 Ethereum
Learn Emacs: Smex
 
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Smex is an enhancement for M-x that adds IDO-style completion notes: http://rawsyntax.com/blog/learn-emacs-smex/
Views: 4289 rawsyntax
very simple c in emacs
 
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非常简单的C程序,只是为了在emacs环境里测试一下。
Views: 416 胡鑫龍
[emacs] cedit - useful commands for C-like languages
 
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available @ https://github.com/zk-phi/cedit
Views: 932 phi zk
Emacs Includeme Demo for C++
 
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In this video you can see me pressing C-c C-h which activates a new Emacs extension I'm writing that automatically inserts C/C++ header files and include statements. http://github.com/jart/includeme
Views: 2069 Justine Tunney
rename symbol of c language with emacs by lctags
 
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lctags で c/c++ の引数、変数のリネーム https://github.com/ifritJP/lctags https://qiita.com/dwarfJP/items/b702c60ff0381750e746
Views: 36 foo jp
Emacs Screencast -- creating C++ module, DiffTime
 
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Emacs screencast that demonstrates how to create new C++ module, difftime that measures a time difference between C++ statements.
Views: 409 Seong-Kook Shin
CppCon 2015: Joshua Gerrard "The dangers of C-style casts"
 
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http://www.Cppcon.org — Presentation Slides, PDFs, Source Code and other presenter materials are available at: https://github.com/cppcon/cppcon2015 — Lightning Talk — Videos Filmed & Edited by Bash Films: http://www.BashFilms.com
Views: 4528 CppCon
Emacs Multithread Demo
 
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Emacs Multithreading Demo. Link : https://github.com/mola-T/timp It is now available on melpa. The package has been renamed form thread to timp in order to compile with melpa regulation.
Views: 981 Mola T
Emacs Rocks! Episode 05: Macros in style
 
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http://emacsrocks.com - Rocking emacs tricks and tips screencast. Follow me on twitter: @emacsrocks
Views: 16278 emacsrocks
Flymake in GNU Emacs 22
 
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demonstaration of flymake-mode, a new feature of GNU Emacs 22. It's a on-the-fly syntax checker.
Views: 25754 bit forrest
2015-01-21 Emacs Chat - Steve Purcell
 
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In this Emacs Chat, Steve Purcell shares how he got started with Emacs by using a Vim emulation mode, what it's like to give hundreds of package authors feedback on Emacs Lisp style, and how he's eventually replacing himself with Emacs Lisp (flycheck-package). He also highlights useful packages for managing buffers of version-controlled files (ibuffer-vc), working with lines if the region isn't active (whole-line-or-region), or maximizing certain buffers (full-frame). Blog post: http://sachachua.com/blog/?p=27870&shareadraft=baba27870_54bfd5841a433
Views: 5338 Sacha Chua
How fast does Bisqwit type?
 
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Ever wonder how fast I type? Watch this video to see, as I use a homebrew DOS game to find out. Click “show more” to view more information. Check out the FAQ in the comment section for any questions! In the Finnish test (yes, olen suomalainen), I peaked 10mrs of 4128, with end result of 3845. (Avg. 6.41 characters per second.) In the English test, I peaked 10mrs of 3601, with end result of 3545. (Avg. 5.91 characters per second.) Note that these readings are likely very incorrect, because it is impossible to get accurate timings from a program run in DOSBox. For more details, read the FAQ in the comment section of this video. My links: Twitter: https://twitter.com/RealBisqwit Patreon: https://patreon.com/Bisqwit (alternatives at http://iki.fi/bisqwit/donate.html) Twitch: http://twitch.tv/RealBisqwit Homepage: http://iki.fi/bisqwit/ You can contribute subtitles/captions at: http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_video?v=jnkOcAkLkBU Or to any video on my channel at: http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_panel?tab=2&c=UCKTehwyGCKF-b2wo0RKwrcg Here's the video that shows how I make programming videos: http://youtu.be/5Da6ZyQJjE0 Download WSpeed: http://bisqwit.iki.fi/wspeed/ It is a 16-bit DOS program. It will _not_ work in 64-bit Windows without a DOS emulator. The best way to run it would be to run it under MS-DOS (operating system) on a PC, but this is hardly feasible today for anyone. The second best way is to install DOSBox (available for many operating systems), and use that. You can run the game using DOSBox. When you launch DOSBox, you will have to ”mount” the drive or directory where you unpacked the game, and navigate to the right subdirectory using “cd” commands, and then run the game by typing its name. Aside from the “mount” command this is just basic DOS handling. The red flashing is WSpeed saying that your computer (i.e. DOSBox, if you run it under DOSBox) is too slow. If you get red flashing in the game, here’s how to fix it. By default, DOSBox emulates a 3 MHz computer, but hitting Ctrl+F12 increases the emulated CPU clock speed. But if you make the emulated CPU clock too fast, it may actually make DOSBox slow. Because of these issues, WSpeed+DOSBox is not an accurate way to measure your typing speed. I have provided it for entertainment purposes only. You can buy the same model of USB keyboard that I used, here (USA layout): http://bisqwit.iki.fi/dx/p/106619 NOTE: Clarification on my definition of “uncut”: I do alternate between different picture-in-picture set-ups, and I do swap audio between different streams, but the progression of time will be uninterrupted, and footage will be shown for every second in the order it happened and at unedited pace (starting from about 1 minute into the video). NOTE: Clarification on my definition of “blind” / “first try”: Of course I have played this game before. I was the one who created it. But it has been over 15 years. It hardly counts as “training” for the purposes of getting a good result in this video. Any other questions? Read the FAQ in the comment section. #Bisqwit #DOSGaming #HomebrewGames #Blog #FastTyping
Views: 2414385 Bisqwit
My First Line of Code: Linus Torvalds
 
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June 16 -- Linus Torvalds, who is known for developing the Linux kernel, talks to Bloomberg about his first line of code.
Views: 766067 Bloomberg
CppCon 2015: Arthur O'Dwyer “Lambdas from First Principles: A Whirlwind Tour of C++"”
 
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http://www.Cppcon.org — Presentation Slides, PDFs, Source Code and other presenter materials are available at: https://github.com/cppcon/cppcon2015 — Lambdas (even those mysterious generic lambdas) are just syntactic sugar atop constructs that are perfectly understandable when approached from the right direction. We'll start with the implementation of C-style functions, then move to overloading, function templates, non-static member functions, C++11 lambdas, and then demystify C++14 generic ("auto") lambdas. Finally, we'll detour into the implementations of std::function and std::bind to show how they're different from lambdas. — Arthur O'Dwyer worked for many years at Green Hills Software, making the world's most optimizing C and C++ compilers. Now he works at Mixpanel in San Francisco, where he organizes a monthly C++ meetup. — Videos Filmed & Edited by Bash Films: http://www.BashFilms.com
Views: 17479 CppCon
CppCon 2015: Kate Gregory “Stop Teaching C"
 
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http://www.Cppcon.org — Presentation Slides, PDFs, Source Code and other presenter materials are available at: https://github.com/cppcon/cppcon2015 — To this day most people who set out to help others learn C++ start with "introduction to C" material. I think this actively contributes to bad C++ code in the world. For the past few years I've been teaching C++ (and making suggestions to folks who intend to teach themselves) in an entirely different way. No char* strings, no strlen, strcmp, strcpy, no printf, and no [] arrays. Pointers introduced very late. References before pointers, and polymorphism with references rather than with pointers. Smart pointers as the default pointer with raw pointers (whether from new or &) reserved for times they're needed. Drawing on the Standard Library sooner rather than later, and writing modern C++ from lesson 1. In this session I want to talk about the specific advantages of teaching C++ this way – a way that’s very different from the way you almost certainly learned the language. You’ll be pleasantly surprised to see what you get to leave for later or never cover at all, what bad habits you don't later need to correct, what complicated concepts actually become accessible to beginners, and how you spend a lot less time dictating magic spells you can't explain yet, and more showing someone a comprehensive, sensible, and understandable language. You don't have to be a trainer to come to this session. If you ever mentor other developers and show them your C++ code, if you ever help somebody choose a book or a course or other material to learn from, or even if you occasionally feel bad that you work in a language that's hard to learn, come and see how one philosophical shift can turn that very same language into one that's actually pretty easy to learn! — Kate Gregory has been using C++ since before Microsoft had a C++ compiler. She writes, mentors, codes, and leads projects, in both C++ and .NET, especially for Windows 7 and 8. Kate is a Microsoft Regional Director, a Visual C++ MVP, and has written over a dozen books (the most recent on C++ AMP for Microsoft Press) and speaks at conferences and user groups around the world. Kate develops courses on C++, Visual Studio, and Windows programming for Pluralsight, founded the East of Toronto .NET Users group, and is a member of adjunct faculty at Trent University in Peterborough.Website: http://www.gregcons.comTwitter handle: @gregcons — Videos Filmed & Edited by Bash Films: http://www.BashFilms.com
Views: 86042 CppCon
Using Emacs - 15 - macros
 
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Series page: http://cestlaz.github.io/stories/emacs Blog post: http://cestlaz.github.io/posts/using-emacs-15-macros
Views: 3680 Mike Zamansky
Creating a Rogue-like game [C++11 programming]
 
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Yay! I managed to upload a programming video this year.¹ In this tool-assisted education video I create a rogue-like game with C++11. You see me type every line.* Read on what is a rogue-like game: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rogue-like Twitter: https://twitter.com/RealBisqwit Patreon: https://patreon.com/Bisqwit (alternatives at http://iki.fi/bisqwit/donate.html) Twitch: http://twitch.tv/RealBisqwit Homepage: http://iki.fi/bisqwit/ I create the game in seven phases: - Phase 1 (demo at 04:23): Basic navigation in a maze. - Phase 2 (demo at 06:51): Adding command history, repeats and aliases. - Phase 3 (demo at 08:54): Adding colors. - Phase 4 (demo at 20:02): The maze now has items which you can look at. - Phase 5 (demo at 24:52): You can now pick up those items! The game has a point now. - Phase 6 (demo at 30:30): Adding chests that you can pry open. - Phase 7 (long demo at 32:58): Adding carts for cheaper lugging of stuff around. The video contains English-language spoken commentary. I created the commentary in one pass without any editing (except for noise removal and compression) because my available free time before the end of the year is basically negative at this point. If you can't understand something I said or did in the video, feel free to ask in the comments! I always try to reply to every meaningful comment. If you liked the video, Like and Subscribe! Thank you for watching! The exact source code used in this video can be downloaded here: http://bisqwit.iki.fi/jutut/kuvat/programming_examples/starving_dungeonadventure/ I forgot to show it in my demos, but my item parsing code also supports commas and "and" words. For example you can say "get bracelet, shirt 2 and all coins from cart" or "drop everything except iron tie and platinum bracelet" and it works just as you would expect. List of music used: - overture.mod by Jogeir Liljedahl, played through MikMod 2.14B1.10 in 8-bit mode - Dual Orb - Hill theme, played through ADLMIDI - Dual Orb - Underworld theme, played through ADLMIDI - Lunar SSSC - Song of Blue Dragon, played through ADLMIDI - overture.mod repeated I actually created this game in April 2009. The last week (of 2013) I just rewrote it in modern C++, added some features, and optimized it for YouTube showcasing. My original version from 2009 can be seen here: http://tasvideos.org/forum/p/197344#197344 ¹) Just not the one I was planning on. *) Except the printf-like format class, which is almost identical to boost::format(), except for the operator""_f() which is really handy. After publishing, I now notice that the time in DOS runs very slowly for some reason. I'm not sure why. Mario is walking slowly and the seconds in the clock tick very slowly. I think it's probably four times slower than it should be. Incidentally, this was recorded at 120 fps and downsampled to 30 fps. But the typing is happening at correct speed... How odd. EDIT: Figured it out. The CPU speed measurement (top-right corner) interferes with the clock, and I was running it thousands of times in a second. Reducing it to a few times in a second fixed the problem for videos that came after this one.
Views: 57741 Bisqwit
CppCon 2014: Titus Winters "The Philosophy of Google's C++ Code"
 
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http://www.cppcon.org — Presentation Slides, PDFs, Source Code and other presenter materials are available at: https://github.com/CppCon/CppCon2014 -- The Google C++ Style Guide is a fairly popular guide for C++ coding practices, both at Google and externally, but some of its recommendations often seem dated and have created controversy and perceived tension with more modern C++ In this talk we will focus on the core philosophies underlying that guide, ranging from the common (be consistent) to the unusual (leave an explicit trace for the reader), and debunk the idea that Google's C++ is anything less than modern. We'll discuss how these core ideas inform contentious rules like "No non-const references" and "Don't use exceptions," and how the application of those rules has worked for us in practice, both as developers and reliability engineers (SREs). -- Titus Winters has spent the past 3 years working on Google's core C++ libraries. He's particularly interested in issues of large scale software engineer and codebase maintenance: how do we keep a codebase of over 100M lines of code consistent and flexible for the next decade? Along the way he has helped Google teams pioneer techniques to perform automated code transformations on a massive scale, and helps maintain the Google C++ Style Guide. -- Videos Filmed & Edited by Bash Films: http://www.BashFilms.com
Views: 45669 CppCon
Using Emacs 46 - auto yasnippets
 
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Blog post: http://cestlaz.github.io/posts/using-emacs-46-auto-yasnippets Series page: http://cestlaz.github.io/stories/emacs Emacs config: https://github.com/zamansky/using-emacs
Views: 1863 Mike Zamansky
2014-04-25 Reading Emacs Configs - itsjeyd
 
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Based on https://github.com/itsjeyd/emacs-config/blob/emacs24/init.el
Views: 525 Sacha Chua
C++ Coding Style
 
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Google C++ Style Guide: https://google.github.io/styleguide/cppguide.html
Views: 588 Bayan Mokhtar
Emacs as a Python Editor and IDE (Part 2): All the tricks of elpy.el, jedi and rope modes
 
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How to use Emacs as a Python Editor/IDE. We explore the tricks of auto-complete, snippet expansion, simultaneous editing, indentation highlighting. etc.Details: http://onthecode.com/post/78817537628/emacs-on-steroids-for-python-elpy-el You can also get the .emacs file we built in this tutorial at: https://github.com/byuksel/Emacs-as-a-Python-Editor-IDE-settings
Views: 25622 b yuksel

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