Emacs Now Has Uptime

I noticed a few places mentioning that emacs 23.2 has been released, and I went and read the changelog and noticed a few cool new things. Probably the best was down in the emacs 23.1 section. Yes, emacs now has an uptime command, M-x emacs-uptime. That is awesome. My current emacs uptime (on my work machine): 4 days, 21 hours, 52 minutes, 47 seconds. What's yours?

P.S. if you aren't using emacs-server and emacs-client yet, you probably don't stand a chance in this contest.

P.P.S. Hmm, did Steve Yegge have anything to do with this new feature?


Anonymous said…
9 days, 15 hours, 45 minutes, 29 seconds. No client/server.
Anonymous said…
That said, I fully expect to see others with many months of uptime :)
Anonymous said…
63 days, 8 hours, 33 minutes, 3 seconds
emacs --daemon
Steve Yegge is not among the emacs contributors.
Anonymous said…
You are mistaken.
Emacs 23.1 has this feature. Checked it right now.
Tracy Reed said…
78 days, 11 hours, 10 minutes, 18 seconds

Mine's bigger! Woohoo!

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