Keep writing some simple thing in English, for I will have less chance for writing English words in daily working.
I will always run eshell for shell tasks, because this is really like the normal buffer in Emacs, so all the command for Emacs will keep working for this buffer. This is convenient for some actions.
The problem annoying me is that if the size of buffer for eshell is too big, Emacs will gets more and more slow. Emacs essentially is a sole process program. So I have some digg and written a trivial elisp code like this solved the problem.
(defun clear-and-send-input() (interactive) (if (> (count-lines 1 (point)) 800) (let ((inhibit-read-only t)) (message "Clear the eshell now !") (erase-buffer))) (eshell-send-input)) (add-hook 'eshell-mode-hook (lambda () (local-set-key (kbd "<return>") 'clear-and-send-input)))
clear-and-send-input is a wrapper for eshell-send-input, I set the maximal number of eshell buffer to 800, and I bind this function to
And yesterday I found this article Mastering Emacs in one year guideis really thought-provoking, Hope this may help you.