My second Project Euler solution. Project Euler No. 2 This was a little tougher to solve than No. 1. I decided to use recursion to solve it, and as I haven’t had to write anything that used recursion since I was at Uni, it took me a while go remember how to do it. Also,… Continue reading Project Euler No. 2 in Emacs elisp
So you’ve downloaded a really cool perl script but it has 200 module dependencies? You could just install them one by one with cpanm or, you could use lib::xi. It automatically installs modules your perl script uses.
# to install missing libaries automatically $ perl -Mlib::xi script.pl
Finally managed to authenticate against WordPress.com using the oauth2 library. Here is my sample code which returns an access token. (let ((code (oauth2-request-authorization “https://public-api.wordpress.com/oauth2/authorize?blog=jasonblewis.wordpress.com” “2194” “” “” “http://emacstragic.net”) )) (oauth2-request-access “https://public-api.wordpress.com/oauth2/token” “2194” “” code “http://emacstragic.net” ) ) WordPress at least seems to be fussy about what you use as the Redirect URI. It needs to… Continue reading OAuth 2.0 in emacs – Part 4
My first Project Euler solution, and my first emacs elisp program. Multiples of 3 and 5. If we list all the natural numbers below 10 that are multiples of 3 or 5, we get 3, 5, 6 and 9. The sum of these multiples is 23. Find the sum of all the multiples of 3… Continue reading Project Euler No. 1 in Emacs elisp
For a long time I have wanted to learn elisp in emacs. I tried the various tutorials but I get bored of them too quickly. Too many words not enough action for me. I was reminded of Project Euler by Daniel Silverstone so I thought I’d have a crack at one of the problems. No.… Continue reading emacs elisp first attempts