Friday, June 15, 2007

Emacs for Windows and image-dired

If you're an emacs on Windows person like me, you should definitely check out the latest version of emacs available on the primary GNU site.

While there are plenty of new features one that immediately caught my eye was image-dired. This allows for a, surprise, dired view of your images. Check it out:

Not only does this demonstrate that the latest pre-built Windows version does well on Windows handling images, but I think it'll be a generally useful feature. No more having browse image directories with explorer.exe.

There's about 1000 changes to check out in this new release (like RSS support and an GTD tool, among others) - so I'm basically like a kid in a candy store at the moment.

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