Extraordinarily powerful text editor with additional features including content sensitive major modes, complete online documentation, highly extensible through Lisp, support for many languages and their scripts through its multilingual extension, and a large number of other extensions available either separately or with the GNU Emacs distribution. Runs on many different operating systems regardless of machine. It offers true Lisp, smoothly integrated into the editor, for writing extensions and provides an interface to the X windows system.
- User manual included
- User tutorial included
- User FAQ available from http://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/emacs-faq.text
- Printed user reference manual available from http://www.gnupress.org/ or 1-617-542-5942
- Printed developer Introduction to Emacs Lisp Programming manual available from http://www.gnupress.org/ or 1-617-542-5942
- Printed user Emacs Lisp reference manual available from http://www.gnupress.org/ or 1-617-542-5942
- Printed user reference card available from http://www.gnupress.org/
- Online manual available in HTML format from http://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/
This is a GNU package:emacs
released on 10 March 2013
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