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Note that I recommend you cherry pick features you want instead of trying to use the entire config. This is better because you'll know all the features available to you.
** Setup
Copy the contents of ~dotEmacs.el~ to \~/.emacs
Set the ~user-init-dir~ in your .emacs to the directory of this ReadMe.org. This will load my config files straight from this repository.
1. Install all packages in ~emacsPackages.txt~
2. Add ~macoyCopy~, ~macoyCut~, and ~macoyPaste~ to ~mc/cmds-to-run-once~ and restart Emacs
3. For magit on windows, fix credentials for server folder:
Setting this up isn't very convenient yet, unfortunately.
Note that [[packages.el]] will auto-install several packages which this config requires.
1. Copy the contents of ~dotEmacs.el~ to =~/.emacs=
2. Set the ~user-init-dir~ in your .emacs to the directory of this ReadMe.org. This will load my config files straight from this repository.
3. Add ~macoyCopy~, ~macoyCut~, and ~macoyPaste~ to ~mc/cmds-to-run-once~ and restart Emacs
4. For ~magit~ on Windows, fix credentials for server folder (may not be necessary, only do if you get errors using ~magit~):
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/885793/emacs-error-when-calling-server-start
4. Setup magit credentials:
5. Setup ~magit~ credentials (unnecessary if you have SSL support):
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/22580873/how-can-i-configure-magit-to-use-my-github-user-name
5. If you want to use codesearch (fancy ultra fast indexed code searching), install it:
6. If you want to use codesearch (fancy ultra fast indexed code searching), install it:
https://github.com/google/codesearch
...then set ~codesearch-csearch-exe~ and ~codesearch-cindex-exe~ to their respective executable locations
Search for codesearch in this file to adjust indexing settings
7. Look over the *Customization* section for getting everything working properly per-machine.
** Customization
Emacs shines in its ease of customization. Get used to tweaking settings and building new features. It's one of the pleasures of working with Emacs: making the perfect setup.

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