But the way, If you have the time and willingness, can you help me modify or enrich the documentation on Nix?
EmacsConf 2021 is about to start the engine.
Just saying, if anyone would like to bring something to the upcoming Request For Proposals ... ;-)
Hello everyone! I'm discovering emacs-ng and trying to understand its goals from a practical point of view. I hope you don't mind me asking a few questions:
I understand that emacs-ng brings the possibility to run TS/JS and that this brings a great performance improvement.
However, I'm not quite certain if the project aims at replacing emacs implementation parts written in Elisp. I read that the aim is not to replace Elisp entirely, but does this mean that we don't touch Elisp stuff at all, or does it just mean that emacs-ng will always support Elisp, but that "under the hood", stuff may run on TS/JS instead?
In addition - assuming that the emacs plugin ecosystem is still dominated by Elisp - where can we expect actual performance improvements (as long as plugins are not being migrated to TS/JS)?
assuming that the emacs plugin ecosystem is still dominated by Elisp
(adding my .2 cents) one of the non-goals of emacs-ng is encouraging a rewrite of the existing ecosystem of Elisp code. Elisp and the existing packages are here to stay.
git clean -xfdand compile again