Emacs in WSL and opening links

Using Emacs on Windows got a little bit easier with the latest Creator Update to Windows 10. First great improvement allows to run unpatched Emacs and connect it to X Server like an opensource VcXsrv. Copying and pasting between Emacs and Windows apps now works like a charm, and resizing Emacs (gtk) window also works as expected. It become a really pleasant experience and it feels it have better performance than a natively compiled one. »

Emacs 25 on Windows (x64)

Today whole sourceforge site wasn’t reachable from my home network and suspecting the worst I have decided to make my own Emacs build environment for Windows. Using instructions of bburns.km from https://emacs.stackexchange.com/a/19202 which in turn are based on work of Chris Zheng (emacsbinw64 project) I have created a set of simple shell scripts to automate building of Emacs straight from it’s git repository. If you would like to use them, here are instructions on how to do so: »

Installing Elixir and Phoenix framework on Windows 10

Since December I’m using a Windows 10 based tablet/convertible Asus T100HAN. It is small and neat device and my first tablet I can sensibly code on while commuting, waiting at doctor’s office and the like. Which is great, you know :-) Below I wrote all the steps required to get Elixir and Phoenix framework running on such low-end device or any other with Windows 10. First install Chocolatey if you haven’t already. »