My Emacs Configuration
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Marcel Kapfer b3ed3e5d5b
[org/journal] Use ISO date for headlines
3 months ago
emms Initial commit 11 months ago
lisp/moinmoin-mode Initial commit 11 months ago
packages [Tab Bar Helpers] Fix path of file 3 months ago
publish Make publish script workable from any directory 8 months ago
.gitignore Ignore lsp-cache directory 9 months ago
.gitlab-ci.yml CI: Fix emacs directory path 8 months ago
LICENSE Initial commit 11 months ago Added link to web config in README 8 months ago
authinfo.gpg Initial commit 11 months ago [org/journal] Use ISO date for headlines 3 months ago
init.el Initial commit 11 months ago
org-protocol.desktop Initial commit 11 months ago

My Emacs Configuration

Welcome to my Emacs configuration! Feel free to browse, read, borrow and/or inspire yourself!

Note: You can also find my configuration at

This Emacs configuration is written using Org Mode in and compiled to Emacs Lisp on startup using the init.el file. It is licensed under the General Public License version 3 (GPLv3).

The configuration is not as new as it seems. I declared .emacs bankruptcy on 12 March 2020 and started writing a this new configuration back then which I continuously used. Nevertheless it took more than one and a half year to finally release it again to the public (mind the commit message of the bankruptcy: "Starting a new Emacs configuration in a new repository. Will be available soon."). Since then I made over 270 commit in a private repository since in the beginning I was not sure IF or HOW to handle private information in the configuration. Since I don't have any motivation to browse all these commit to perhaps find something I don't want to publish I decided to release the configuration to the public in a new repository.

Next to the main host at I also mirror the repository to GitLab and GitHub. All three feature a rudimentary display of org mode and so you can read the directly in your browser. Although I recommend downloading it and viewing it in Emacs to get all the advantages of Org.