Tip of the day
Fri Nov 12 14:21:13 CET 2004
Put This in your .emacs file
; Enabling time-stamp will update a time-stamp line every time you
; save a buffer. The time-stamp string must be either:
; Time-stamp: <2004-11-12 14:20:49 joe>;
; and it must occur within the first 8 lines of the buffer.
(if (not (memq 'time-stamp write-file-hooks))
(cons 'time-stamp write-file-hooks)))
(setq time-stamp-active t)
Then put this in somewhere in the first 8 lines of
of your Erlang code (or any other file for that matter)
%% Time-stamp: <>
When you save the file the <> will be updated with a time stamp.
( I quite often manually change time stamps in files.)
Say I do this in ten files/day and it takes ten seconds per file
this is a saving of 100 seconds/day - If I program for 300 days of the
year this is 30000 seconds/year = 8.3 hours/year
If I program for 55 years = 19 days/lifetime.
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