Spotlight: use-package, a declarative configuration tool - Mastering Emacs
Have you ever heard of use-package? It’s a declarative way of expressing package configuration in Emacs but without the tears.
This looks amazingly useful. I need to start migrating my Emacs config to use-package ASAP.
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