Emacs
Emacs /ˈiːmæks/ and its derivatives are a family of text editors that are characterized by their extensibility. The manual for the most widely used variant, GNU Emacs, describes it as "the extensible,...
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James Gosling
James Arthur Gosling, OC (born May 19, 1955) is a Canadian computer scientist, best known as the father of the Java programming language.
In 1977, Gosling received a Bachelor of Science in Compute...
EINE
EINE (a recursive acronym standing for "EINE Is Not Emacs") was the Emacs text editor for Lisp machines. It was developed by Daniel Weinreb and Mike McMahon in the late 1970s, with a command set the ...
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Org-mode
Org-mode (also: Org mode) is an editing and organizing mode for notes, planning, and authoring, in the free software text editor Emacs. It is characterized by a flexible and versatile system which ada...
Richard Stallman
Richard Matthew Stallman (born March 16, 1953), often known by his initials, rms, is a software freedom activist and computer programmer. He campaigns for software to be distributed in a manner such t...
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RefTeX
RefTeX is a reference management software package designed for use with Emacs and BibTeX. It can cooperate with the popular AUCTeX package. It is distributed under the GNU General Public License. It...
SLIME
SLIME, the Superior Lisp Interaction Mode for Emacs, is an Emacs mode for developing Common Lisp applications. SLIME originates in an Emacs mode called SLIM written by Eric Marsden and developed as an...
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Erik Naggum
Erik Naggum (June 13, 1965 – June 17, 2009) was a Norwegian computer programmer recognized for his work in the fields of SGML, Emacs and Lisp. Since the early 1990s he was also a provocative par...
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Conkeror
Conkeror is a Mozilla-based web browser designed to be navigated primarily by a computer keyboard. Its design is mainly patterned after the text editor GNU Emacs, with some influence from other progra...
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Lucid Inc.
Lucid Incorporated was a Menlo Park, California-based computer software development company. Founded by Richard P. Gabriel in 1984, it went bankrupt in 1994.
Gabriel had been working for Lawrence ...
Epsilon (text editor)
Epsilon is a programmer's text editor modelled after Emacs. It resembles Emacs not only in its default keybindings and layout, but also in the fact that it has a Turing-complete extension language in ...
Mg (editor)
mg, originally called MicroGnuEmacs (and later changed at the request of Richard Stallman), is a public-domain text editor that runs on Unix-like operating systems. It is based on MicroEMACS, but inte...
Emacspeak
Emacspeak is a free computer application, a speech interface and an audio desktop (as opposed to a screen reader) employing Emacs, which is written in C, Emacs Lisp and Tcl and developed principally b...
GNU Zile
Zile is a free software, Lua-based toolkit for developing text editors. Zile stands for Zile Implements Lua Editors.Originally written in C by Sandro Sigala, it is now rewritten in Lua and maintained...
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Zmacs
Zmacs is one of the many variants of the Emacs text editor. Zmacs was written for the MIT Lisp machine and runs on its descendants (Symbolics Genera, LMI Lambda, TI Explorer). Zmacs is written in Lisp...
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Vile (editor)
vile is a text editor that attempts to combine the best aspects of the popular Emacs and vi editors. These editors are traditionally located on opposing sides of the editor wars, as users of Emacs and...
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Hey Emacs
Emacs /ˈiːmæks/ and its derivatives are a family of text editors that are characterized by their extensibility. The manual for the most widely used variant, GNU Emacs, describes it as "the extensible,...
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ERC (software)
ERC is an Internet Relay Chat (IRC) client integrated into GNU Emacs. It is written in Emacs Lisp.
ERC includes message timestamping, automatic channel joining, flood control, and auto-completion ...
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Meadow (programming)
Meadow is an open source programming project to port the popular GNU Emacs text editor for UNIX-based operating systems to Microsoft Windows with some added functions. The name comes from the phrase "...
Climacs
Climacs is an open source text editor written in Common Lisp that is similar to GNU Emacs and is released under the GNU LGPL (version 2 or later) software license.
Climacs uses the Common Lisp Int...
Dired
Dired is a visual directory editor, a computer program for editing file system directories. Dired runs on any Emacs platform. Its commands are generally more modal than most Emacs commands because Dir...
Rcirc
rcirc is an Internet Relay Chat (IRC) client written in Emacs Lisp. It is one of two IRC clients included in GNU Emacs since release 22.1, alongside ERC.Rcirc is "compact, written in a single file of ...
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Jamie Zawinski
James Werner "Jamie" Zawinski (born November 3, 1968 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania), commonly known as jwz, is an American formerly professional Software Engineer responsible for significant contributio...
GNU TeXmacs
GNU TeXmacs is a free scientific word processor and typesetting component of the GNU Project. It was inspired by TeX and GNU Emacs, though it shares no code with those programs. TeXmacs does use TeX ...
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Dunnet (game)
Dunnet is a text adventure written by Ron Schnell in 1983. The game enjoys certain popularity because since 1992 it is part of the default packages in many of the Emacs versions. The word Dunnet is de...
XEmacs
XEmacs is a graphical- and console-based text editor which runs on almost any Unix-like operating system as well as Microsoft Windows. XEmacs is a fork, based on a version of GNU Emacs from the late ...
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Freemacs
Freemacs is a small, programmable computer text editor for MS-DOS with some degree of compatibility with GNU Emacs. Written by Russ Nelson and later maintained by Jim Hall, Freemacs is currently distr...
Mocklisp
Mocklisp is the extension language of Gosling Emacs. While resembling Lisp in many ways, it is semantically quite different. Richard Stallman characterized it as a programming language that "looks syn...
Emacs Speaks Statistics
Emacs Speaks Statistics (ESS) is an Emacs package of modes for statistical languages. It adds two types of modes to emacs:Modes of types (1) and (2) work seamlessly together. In addition, modes of typ...
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GNU Emacs
GNU Emacs is the most popular and most ported Emacs text editor. It was created by GNU Project founder Richard Stallman. Throughout its history, GNU Emacs has been a central component of the GNU proje...
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