Library of Emacs LISP functions.
Elib is designed as a collection of useful routines that don't have to be reinvented each time a new program is written. It contains code for container data structures, minibuffer and string handling functions missing in standard GNU Emacs, and routines for handling lists of cookies in a buffer.
" Elib has been decommissioned as a separate package since its useful functions have long since been included in Emacs. "
released on 11 December 1995
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