Emacs User Survey — 2022
Just to clarify why I didn't take the survey.
I'm a vim user.
Favorite emacs package? nethack-el for sure.
nuclearkev For me org/babel is the most important one. It helps a lot to keep code snippets, notes, test runs and their logs glued together, so they won't diverge. Additionally I'm still busy with getting a feeling for org-brain. And sure eshell with tramp is very helpful too.
Edit: Oops! I forgot to mention the deep dungeon full of surprises named GNUS. I bet I'm still in its single digit levels! Mwhuaahahahaahahaaa...
yeti I was joking about nethack-el. ;)
My favorite third-party packages is probably wanderlust, magit, counsel, flx, multiple-cursors, & avy. Can't beat eshell, org-mode, & tramp either!
Everyone who I know uses org-mode freaking LOVES IT and their enthusiasm kinda makes me wanna try it :P
But I'm so deep in Vim-land I'm not sure if I ever could...
dressupgeekout Org as PIM is the thing I don't use at all. So no idea about that. Org as [Literate Programming]/[Reproducible Research] (whadda mouthfull!) tool can be used like a compiler for .org files written in any editor. Code blocks set to always run, run on exports or having an Elisp function attached to decide when to run will or will eventually run then. LP/RR (like a multi-language Jupyter Notebook) helps a lot to keep code, its doc, test runs and logs of tests in sync. For other tasks than this I still and often use other editors.
I'm... in Emacs now. Time to write Lisp!!! <3 Lisp
I'm just playing with mastodon.el and stumbled over something remotely related:
You might like this :
Ada/SPARK support for Emacs org-babel