Emacs for Mac OS X
Emacs for Mac OS X provides OS X binaries of GNU
Emacs proper. It's roughly the same you'd get by compiling a GNU Emacs release tarball with ./configure --with-ns. The site provides builds of stable releases and pretests, as well as nightly snapshots. All of these builds are self-contained, which lets you safely try pretests and ...
Emacs.app actually launches using a ruby script. As a result, MacOS Catalina uses the permissions set for ruby, not the permissions for Emacs.app. Open General Settings -> Security & Privacy -> Privacy, select Full Disk Access in the left pane, then click + and add /usr/bin/ruby to resolve your issue.
/usr is hidden by default on MacOS but you can ...
Copy from Emacs to OS X clipboard:
select region then M-| pbcopy RET
Paste from OS X clipboard to Emacs:
C-u M-| pbpaste RET (replaces current region if it exists)
M-| runs shell-command-on-region, which as the name implies pipes the current region to a shell command. C-u M-| does the same thing, but replaces the current region with the ...
System Preferences > Keyboard > Shortcuts > Input Sources > Select the previous input source and uncheck
saltycraig's tip on C-h k C-SPC did nothing when I typed it. So, thanks to Kaushal Modi for pointing towards the OS level. Saved many hours of messing around with all my packages.
For completeness I run it as a GUI app (so will need to go and ...
A few factual corrections about Aquamacs. While it maintains its own source tree, it is very regularly merged with Emacs, and pretty much immediately so with every Emacs release. Aquamacs 3.1 came out the day Emacs 24.4 was released (and it incorporated all of Emacs 24.4 features and a subset of its bugs). Aquamacs has >10k regular users, is actively ...
There are (at least) two ways. First, typing C-u C-c C-o on a link should force it to be opened in emacs, rather than in an external app. Second, you can permanently override the default behavior by adding an entry to the variable org-file-apps:
(add-to-list 'org-file-apps '(directory . emacs))
which tells org-mode to use dired for all directory links. ...
I'd suggest using pyvenv library, it provides a neat interface to selecting a virtual env among several alternatives updating interpreter and library paths. You will need to alter WORKON_HOME variable (it defaults to $HOME/.virtualenvs used by virtualenvwrapper).
(setenv "WORKON_HOME" "/Users/Pablo/anaconda/envs")
After that choose the ...
You can conffigure elpy-rpc-python-command. If you want Python3 you can set it like this.
(setq elpy-rpc-python-command "python3")
Create python3 virtualenv using virtualenvwrapper from terminal
$ mkvirtualenv test -p /usr/bin/python3
and then install required packages
$ pip install rope jedi importmagic autopep8 flake8
Now go to emacs, ...
According to Emacswiki "Homebrew has Emacs 26.1 as of January 2019" and "Homebrew now recommends to use the cask version".
The message that Homebrew gives is "Please try the Cask for a better-supported Cocoa version".
I tried --with-cocoa myself in February 2019 and is not supported any more.
linkapps also doesn't work any more.
Use this command to ...
Have a look at brew emacs recipe options with brew info emacs. It has this option:
Install development version 26.0.90
To replace your current emacs, run:
brew unlink emacs
brew uninstall emacs
brew install emacs --devel --with-modules --with-cocoa --with-gnutls \
--with-librsvg --with-mailutils --with-imagemagick@6
This is a setting in Terminal.
In Terminal 2.5.1 the option is set differently than in the above comments:
In the main Terminal menu, choose "Preferences" to open a dialog. Click the "Profiles" icon in the top of the dialog.
In the Profiles section, make sure there is a check in the checkbox called "Use Option as Meta key."
I found the answer.
In Emacs Mac Port, ⌘h bypasses any Emacs keybindings and instead sends a "pass command to system" message to Mac OSX, which then hides the entire application.
This is a vestige of behavior from the old Carbon Emacs. To disable it, use this:
(setq mac-pass-command-to-system nil)
There are a number of Emacs versions for macOS, including:
The official Emacs on macOS is build using the "NS" port, also known as the "cocoa" port. As the name suggests, this port of Emacs originates in Emacs for the NextSTEP operating system and has been the official Emacs GUI on macOS since Emacs 23.
Mitsuharu Yamamoto-san maintains the "Mac port" of ...
I have tried all of the above options (even the tap recommended by Reiner in a comment above) by none have worked well for me (trackpad scrolling problems, hangings, etc.). I am quite happy, however, with Yamamoto Mitsuharu's fork, as mantained by railway's github page. It is up-to-date with respect to the official GNU version. Simply download the .dmg image ...
You can't hide the menu bar on OS X from within Emacs. It's always shown for non-fullscreen applications, that's simply how OS X works. Applications have no influence on that.
No menu bar
If you'd like to use Emacs without any menu bar, enable fullscreen mode with M-x toggle-frame-fullscreen.
Removing individual items
If you'd just like to remove ...
While org-mode is a very flexible tool, it has some very hardcoded limitations in its core functionality. The one you're encountering is the reliance on a monospaced font (such as Andale Mono, Monaco or Menlo to name a few ones your OS X system should come with) to display tables in an aligned fashion.
There are multiple options how you can solve it. If ...
For me, as of April 13, 2017, a reliable way to install pdf-tools on OS X (Mavericks/Sierra) is to use the following pdf-tools config and directions (in the comments):
;;; Install epdfinfo via 'brew install pdf-tools' and then install the
;;; pdf-tools elisp via the use-package below. To upgrade the epdfinfo
;;; server, just do 'brew upgrade pdf-tools' ...
My way wasn't shown in the other thread: M-! open . RET.
open is a general OS X command which will cause the system to open a file or directory in the default application. . is the current directory.
I don't do this very often, so I find it faster to type the above incantation than to write a function and map it somewhere. M-x open-in-finder would take ...
If you use Emacs "the normal way" (i.e. as a GUI application), then it should already do that by default. If you use Emacs inside a terminal emulator, then indeed it doesn't know how to do that by default, but you can install the xclip package from GNU ELPA and then enable the xclip-mode which teaches Emacs how to do that both for GNU/Linux and for OSX.
In emacs 26 you can set ns-use-proxy-icon
(setq ns-use-proxy-icon nil)
I was able to get a completely "clean" transparent title bar:
Download emacs 26 for mac, add the following config to your .emacs, and restart emacs.
(add-to-list 'default-frame-alist '(ns-transparent-titlebar . t))
(add-to-list 'default-frame-alist '(ns-appearance . dark)) ;; ...
This is an OSX annoying environment issue, the $PATH appearing in Emacs is coming from /etc/paths file, which then gets appended with whatever I've set in the shell. I added /Users/g/Library/Haskell/bin to the top of the /etc/paths file and it then worked fine.
Going into shell and calling echo $PATH in Emacs shows now: /Users/g/Library/Haskell/bin:/usr/...
Emacs doesn't allow fonts that have hyphens in them. I would rename the font to something that doesn't contain hyphens.
You can do this using ttx. For example, assuming you have a font named Inconsolata-dz for Powerline.otf in your current working directory:
# Convert the font to ttx format (an xml-like font format)
ttx "Inconsolata-dz for Powerline.otf"
Add /private/etc/ssl/cert.pem to gnutls-trustfiles:
Customize variable: gnutls-trustfiles
Select the last [INS]
Bundle filename: /private/etc/ssl/cert.pem
Select [ Apply and Save ]
Spacemacs has a "layer" called "osx" that should do everything you want.
Just put osx in the dotspacemacs-configuration-layers section and you should be all set.
If instead you just want to have some particular os x keybindings, you might find the ones below helpful:
(let ((is-mac (...
What's going on here is that ⌘-⇥ is a low-level hotkey that can't be intercepted (a good thing, too, since it may be one of your only escape hatches if a full-screen game hangs, along with the force-quit ⌥-⌘-⎋ keystroke which is also immutable and uninterceptible).
⌘-`, on the other hand, is a command that macOS provides ordinary apps by default, but ...