Emacs implementations, list of, regular post [long, FAQ]

Emacs implementations, list of, regular post [long, FAQ]

Post by fin » Fri, 15 Aug 2003 02:23:38


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Emacs Implementations

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Emacs Implementations and Literature
ftp://ftp.finseth.com/users/emacs
http://www.finseth.com/~fin/emacs.html

Last posted 2003-08-13

Contact:

Craig A. Finseth < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >
http://www.finseth.com/~fin

Note the information regarding "The Craft of Text Editing"!

People interested in this FAQ might also be interested in:

http://www.jwz.org/doc/emacs-timeline.html

and:

http://www.emacswiki.org

Copyright

This FAQ document is Copyright 1990-9,2000-3 by Craig A. Finseth.

It may be reproduced and archived as part of normal network
distribution. Such distribution is assumed to include CD/ROM or other
bulk, unedited distribution.

It may be reproduced for individual or non-commerical use provided
that it is reproduced intact.

It may be reproduced for commercial use provided:

o it is reproduced essentially intact including all copyright
notices and acknowledgements,

o the publisher obtains the latest version directly from the
FAQ maintainer (using the above FTP/WWW site is acceptable),

o the publisher provides the FAQ maintainer with information
on what collection the copy of the FAQ is in, and how that
collection may be obtained,

o all material modifications (other than formatting) are
clearly marked.

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Description

This document provides a partial -- and not comprehensive -- list
of implementations of Emacs-type editors and literature about such
editors. You can help make it more comprehensive by sending me
additional information and/or updates.

This document is also gradually acquiring the role of a repository
of (at least) Emacs-related history. While that subject requires a
book to itself, this document will probably serve until someone
(_not_ me!) writes one.

This document is available via anonymous FTP and WWW. See above
URLs.

To be included in this list:

o A piece of literature should be a book, manual, article, paper,
or something that covers (or mentions) Emacs in particular or
text editing techniques in general. Specifically excluded are
items that are only of interest to non-Emacs users (a book on
"how to use vi") or vendor manuals for Emacs implementations
(as those are implicitly included in the implementations).
Non-vendor (i.e., third party) manuals are included.

o An implementation must either (1) be "advertised" as being an
Emacs-type editor or (2) be extensible and come with an Emacs
command set "mode" already written. Editors that are extensible
but do not come with such a mode (i.e., you have to write it
yo
 
 
 

Emacs implementations, list of, regular post [long, FAQ]

Post by Craig A. F » Wed, 15 Oct 2003 23:17:49

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Emacs Implementations

Document id

Emacs Implementations and Literature
ftp://ftp.finseth.com/users/emacs
http://www.finseth.com/emacs.html

Last posted 2003-10-14

Contact:

Craig A. Finseth < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >
http://www.finseth.com

Note the information regarding "The Craft of Text Editing"!

People interested in this FAQ might also be interested in:

http://www.jwz.org/doc/emacs-timeline.html

and:

http://www.emacswiki.org

Copyright

This FAQ document is Copyright 1990-9,2000-3 by Craig A. Finseth.

It may be reproduced and archived as part of normal network
distribution. Such distribution is assumed to include CD/ROM or other
bulk, unedited distribution.

It may be reproduced for individual or non-commerical use provided
that it is reproduced intact.

It may be reproduced for commercial use provided:

o it is reproduced essentially intact including all copyright
notices and acknowledgements,

o the publisher obtains the latest version directly from the
FAQ maintainer (using the above FTP/WWW site is acceptable),

o the publisher provides the FAQ maintainer with information
on what collection the copy of the FAQ is in, and how that
collection may be obtained,

o all material modifications (other than formatting) are
clearly marked.

Posted to comp.editors, comp.emacs, alt.religion.emacs, alt.answers,
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Description

This document provides a partial -- and not comprehensive -- list
of implementations of Emacs-type editors and literature about such
editors. You can help make it more comprehensive by sending me
additional information and/or updates.

This document is also gradually acquiring the role of a repository
of (at least) Emacs-related history. While that subject requires a
book to itself, this document will probably serve until someone
(_not_ me!) writes one.

This document is available via anonymous FTP and WWW. See above
URLs.

To be included in this list:

o A piece of literature should be a book, manual, article, paper,
or something that covers (or mentions) Emacs in particular or
text editing techniques in general. Specifically excluded are
items that are only of interest to non-Emacs users (a book on
"how to use vi") or vendor manuals for Emacs implementations
(as those are implicitly included in the implementations).
Non-vendor (i.e., third party) manuals are included.

o An implementation must either (1) be "advertised" as being an
Emacs-type editor or (2) be extensible and come with an Emacs
command set "mode" already written. Editors that are extensible
but do not come with such a mode (i.e., you have to write it
yourself) are not
 
 
 

Emacs implementations, list of, regular post [long, FAQ]

Post by Craig A. F » Tue, 13 Apr 2004 22:25:50

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Emacs Implementations

Document id

Emacs Implementations and Literature
ftp://ftp.finseth.com/users/emacs
http://www.finseth.com/emacs.html

Last posted 2004-04-12

Contact:

Craig A. Finseth < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >
http://www.finseth.com

Note the information regarding "The Craft of Text Editing"!

People interested in this FAQ might also be interested in:

http://www.jwz.org/doc/emacs-timeline.html

and:

http://www.emacswiki.org

Copyright

This FAQ document is Copyright 1990-9,2000-4 by Craig A. Finseth.

It may be reproduced and archived as part of normal network
distribution. Such distribution is assumed to include CD/ROM or other
bulk, unedited distribution.

It may be reproduced for individual or non-commerical use provided
that it is reproduced intact.

It may be reproduced for commercial use provided:

o it is reproduced essentially intact including all copyright
notices and acknowledgements,

o the publisher obtains the latest version directly from the
FAQ maintainer (using the above FTP/WWW site is acceptable),

o the publisher provides the FAQ maintainer with information
on what collection the copy of the FAQ is in, and how that
collection may be obtained,

o all material modifications (other than formatting) are
clearly marked.

Posted to comp.editors, comp.emacs, alt.religion.emacs, alt.answers,
comp.answers, news.answers

Description

This document provides a partial -- and not comprehensive -- list
of implementations of Emacs-type editors and literature about such
editors. You can help make it more comprehensive by sending me
additional information and/or updates.

This document is also gradually acquiring the role of a repository
of (at least) Emacs-related history. While that subject requires a
book to itself, this document will probably serve until someone
(_not_ me!) writes one.

This document is available via anonymous FTP and WWW. See above
URLs.

To be included in this list:

o A piece of literature should be a book, manual, article, paper,
or something that covers (or mentions) Emacs in particular or
text editing techniques in general. Specifically excluded are
items that are only of interest to non-Emacs users (a book on
"how to use vi") or vendor manuals for Emacs implementations
(as those are implicitly included in the implementations).
Non-vendor (i.e., third party) manuals are included.

o An implementation must either (1) be "advertised" as being an
Emacs-type editor or (2) be extensible and come with an Emacs
command set "mode" already written. Editors that are extensible
but do not come with such a mode (i.e., you have to write it
yourself) are not
 
 
 

Emacs implementations, list of, regular post [long, FAQ]

Post by Craig A. F » Fri, 20 Aug 2004 02:34:40

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Emacs Implementations

Document id

Emacs Implementations and Literature
ftp://ftp.finseth.com/users/emacs
http://www.finseth.com/emacs.html

Last posted 2004-08-18

Contact:

Craig A. Finseth < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >
http://www.finseth.com

Note the information regarding "The Craft of Text Editing"!

People interested in this FAQ might also be interested in:

http://www.jwz.org/doc/emacs-timeline.html

and:

http://www.emacswiki.org

Copyright

This FAQ document is Copyright 1990-9,2000-4 by Craig A. Finseth.

It may be reproduced and archived as part of normal network
distribution. Such distribution is assumed to include CD/ROM or other
bulk, unedited distribution.

It may be reproduced for individual or non-commerical use provided
that it is reproduced intact.

It may be reproduced for commercial use provided:

o it is reproduced essentially intact including all copyright
notices and acknowledgements,

o the publisher obtains the latest version directly from the
FAQ maintainer (using the above FTP/WWW site is acceptable),

o the publisher provides the FAQ maintainer with information
on what collection the copy of the FAQ is in, and how that
collection may be obtained,

o all material modifications (other than formatting) are
clearly marked.

Posted to comp.editors, comp.emacs, alt.religion.emacs, alt.answers,
comp.answers, news.answers

Description

This document provides a partial -- and not comprehensive -- list
of implementations of Emacs-type editors and literature about such
editors. You can help make it more comprehensive by sending me
additional information and/or updates.

This document is also gradually acquiring the role of a repository
of (at least) Emacs-related history. While that subject requires a
book to itself, this document will probably serve until someone
(_not_ me!) writes one.

This document is available via anonymous FTP and WWW. See above
URLs.

To be included in this list:

o A piece of literature should be a book, manual, article, paper,
or something that covers (or mentions) Emacs in particular or
text editing techniques in general. Specifically excluded are
items that are only of interest to non-Emacs users (a book on
"how to use vi") or vendor manuals for Emacs implementations
(as those are implicitly included in the implementations).
Non-vendor (i.e., third party) manuals are included.

o An implementation must either (1) be "advertised" as being an
Emacs-type editor or (2) be extensible and come with an Emacs
command set "mode" already written. Editors that are extensible
but do not come with such a mode (i.e., you have to write it
yourself) are not
 
 
 

Emacs implementations, list of, regular post [long, FAQ]

Post by Craig A. F » Sat, 16 Oct 2004 03:53:24

ast-Modified: 2004-10-14
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Emacs Implementations

Document id

Emacs Implementations and Literature
ftp://ftp.finseth.com/users/emacs
http://www.finseth.com/emacs.html

Last posted 2004-10-14

Contact:

Craig A. Finseth < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >
http://www.finseth.com

Note the information regarding "The Craft of Text Editing"!

People interested in this FAQ might also be interested in:

http://www.jwz.org/doc/emacs-timeline.html

and:

http://www.emacswiki.org

Copyright

This FAQ document is Copyright 1990-9,2000-4 by Craig A. Finseth.

It may be reproduced and archived as part of normal network
distribution. Such distribution is assumed to include CD/ROM or other
bulk, unedited distribution.

It may be reproduced for individual or non-commerical use provided
that it is reproduced intact.

It may be reproduced for commercial use provided:

o it is reproduced essentially intact including all copyright
notices and acknowledgements,

o the publisher obtains the latest version directly from the
FAQ maintainer (using the above FTP/WWW site is acceptable),

o the publisher provides the FAQ maintainer with information
on what collection the copy of the FAQ is in, and how that
collection may be obtained,

o all material modifications (other than formatting) are
clearly marked.

Posted to comp.editors, comp.emacs, alt.religion.emacs, alt.answers,
comp.answers, news.answers

Description

This document provides a partial -- and not comprehensive -- list
of implementations of Emacs-type editors and literature about such
editors. You can help make it more comprehensive by sending me
additional information and/or updates.

This document is also gradually acquiring the role of a repository
of (at least) Emacs-related history. While that subject requires a
book to itself, this document will probably serve until someone
(_not_ me!) writes one.

This document is available via anonymous FTP and WWW. See above
URLs.

To be included in this list:

o A piece of literature should be a book, manual, article, paper,
or something that covers (or mentions) Emacs in particular or
text editing techniques in general. Specifically excluded are
items that are only of interest to non-Emacs users (a book on
"how to use vi") or vendor manuals for Emacs implementations
(as those are implicitly included in the implementations).
Non-vendor (i.e., third party) manuals are included.

o An implementation must either (1) be "advertised" as being an
Emacs-type editor or (2) be extensible and come with an Emacs
command set "mode" already written. Editors that are extensible
but do not come with such a mode (i.e., you have to write it
yourself) are not
 
 
 

Emacs implementations, list of, regular post [long, FAQ]

Post by Craig A. F » Wed, 15 Dec 2004 01:03:17

ast-Modified: 2004-12-13
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Disclaimer: Approval for *.answers is based on form, not content.

Emacs Implementations

Document id

Emacs Implementations and Literature
ftp://ftp.finseth.com/users/emacs
http://www.finseth.com/emacs.html

Last posted 2004-12-13

Contact:

Craig A. Finseth < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >
http://www.finseth.com

Note the information regarding "The Craft of Text Editing"!

People interested in this FAQ might also be interested in:

http://www.jwz.org/doc/emacs-timeline.html

and:

http://www.emacswiki.org

Copyright

This FAQ document is Copyright 1990-9,2000-4 by Craig A. Finseth.

It may be reproduced and archived as part of normal network
distribution. Such distribution is assumed to include CD/ROM or other
bulk, unedited distribution.

It may be reproduced for individual or non-commerical use provided
that it is reproduced intact.

It may be reproduced for commercial use provided:

o it is reproduced essentially intact including all copyright
notices and acknowledgements,

o the publisher obtains the latest version directly from the
FAQ maintainer (using the above FTP/WWW site is acceptable),

o the publisher provides the FAQ maintainer with information
on what collection the copy of the FAQ is in, and how that
collection may be obtained,

o all material modifications (other than formatting) are
clearly marked.

Posted to comp.editors, comp.emacs, alt.religion.emacs, alt.answers,
comp.answers, news.answers

Description

This document provides a partial -- and not comprehensive -- list
of implementations of Emacs-type editors and literature about such
editors. You can help make it more comprehensive by sending me
additional information and/or updates.

This document is also gradually acquiring the role of a repository
of (at least) Emacs-related history. While that subject requires a
book to itself, this document will probably serve until someone
(_not_ me!) writes one.

This document is available via anonymous FTP and WWW. See above
URLs.

To be included in this list:

o A piece of literature should be a book, manual, article, paper,
or something that covers (or mentions) Emacs in particular or
text editing techniques in general. Specifically excluded are
items that are only of interest to non-Emacs users (a book on
"how to use vi") or vendor manuals for Emacs implementations
(as those are implicitly included in the implementations).
Non-vendor (i.e., third party) manuals are included.

o An implementation must either (1) be "advertised" as being an
Emacs-type editor or (2) be extensible and come with an Emacs
command set "mode" already written. Editors that are extensible
but do not come with such a mode (i.e., you have to write it
yourself) are not
 
 
 

Emacs implementations, list of, regular post [long, FAQ]

Post by Craig A. F » Fri, 22 Apr 2005 22:59:20

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Emacs Implementations

Document id

Emacs Implementations and Literature
ftp://ftp.finseth.com/users/emacs
http://www.finseth.com/emacs.html

Last posted 2005-04-21

Contact:

Craig A. Finseth < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >
http://www.finseth.com

Note the information regarding "The Craft of Text Editing"!

People interested in this FAQ might also be interested in:

http://www.jwz.org/doc/emacs-timeline.html

and:

http://www.emacswiki.org

Copyright

This FAQ document is Copyright 1990-9,2000-5 by Craig A. Finseth.

It may be reproduced and archived as part of normal network
distribution. Such distribution is assumed to include CD/ROM or other
bulk, unedited distribution.

It may be reproduced for individual or non-commerical use provided
that it is reproduced intact.

It may be reproduced for commercial use provided:

o it is reproduced essentially intact including all copyright
notices and acknowledgements,

o the publisher obtains the latest version directly from the
FAQ maintainer (using the above FTP/WWW site is acceptable),

o the publisher provides the FAQ maintainer with information
on what collection the copy of the FAQ is in, and how that
collection may be obtained,

o all material modifications (other than formatting) are
clearly marked.

Posted to comp.editors, comp.emacs, alt.religion.emacs, alt.answers,
comp.answers, news.answers

Description

This document provides a partial -- and not comprehensive -- list
of implementations of Emacs-type editors and literature about such
editors. You can help make it more comprehensive by sending me
additional information and/or updates.

This document is also gradually acquiring the role of a repository
of (at least) Emacs-related history. While that subject requires a
book to itself, this document will probably serve until someone
(_not_ me!) writes one.

This document is available via anonymous FTP and WWW. See above
URLs.

To be included in this list:

o A piece of literature should be a book, manual, article, paper,
or something that covers (or mentions) Emacs in particular or
text editing techniques in general. Specifically excluded are
items that are only of interest to non-Emacs users (a book on
"how to use vi") or vendor manuals for Emacs implementations
(as those are implicitly included in the implementations).
Non-vendor (i.e., third party) manuals are included.

o An implementation must either (1) be "advertised" as being an
Emacs-type editor or (2) be extensible and come with an Emacs
command set "mode" already written. Editors that are extensible
but do not come with such a mode (i.e., you have to write it
yourself) are not
 
 
 

Emacs implementations, list of, regular post [long, FAQ]

Post by Craig A. F » Fri, 17 Aug 2007 03:41:52

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Copyright: 1990-9, 2000-7 by Craig A. Finseth
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Emacs Implementations

Document id

Emacs Implementations and Literature
ftp://ftp.finseth.com/users/emacs
http://www.finseth.com/emacs.html

Last posted 2007-08-15

Contact:

Craig A. Finseth < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >
http://www.finseth.com

Note the information regarding "The Craft of Text Editing"!

People interested in this FAQ might also be interested in:

http://www.jwz.org/doc/emacs-timeline.html

and:

http://www.emacswiki.org

Copyright

This FAQ document is Copyright 1990-9,2000-7 by Craig A. Finseth.

It may be reproduced and archived as part of normal network
distribution. Such distribution is assumed to include CD/ROM or other
bulk, unedited distribution.

It may be reproduced for individual or non-commerical use provided
that it is reproduced intact.

It may be reproduced for commercial use provided:

o it is reproduced essentially intact including all copyright
notices and acknowledgements,

o the publisher obtains the latest version directly from the
FAQ maintainer (using the above FTP/WWW site is acceptable),

o the publisher provides the FAQ maintainer with information
on what collection the copy of the FAQ is in, and how that
collection may be obtained,

o all material modifications (other than formatting) are
clearly marked.

Posted to comp.editors, comp.emacs, alt.religion.emacs, alt.answers,
comp.answers, news.answers

Description

This document provides a partial -- and not comprehensive -- list
of implementations of Emacs-type editors and literature about such
editors. You can help make it more comprehensive by sending me
additional information and/or updates.

This document is also gradually acquiring the role of a repository
of (at least) Emacs-related history. While that subject requires a
book to itself, this document will probably serve until someone
(_not_ me!) writes one.

This document is available via anonymous FTP and WWW. See above
URLs.

To be included in this list:

o A piece of literature should be a book, manual, article, paper,
or something that covers (or mentions) Emacs in particular or
text editing techniques in general. Specifically excluded are
items that are only of interest to non-Emacs users (a book on
"how to use vi") or vendor manuals for Emacs implementations
(as those are implicitly included in the implementations).
Non-vendor (i.e., third party) manuals are included.

o An implementation must either (1) be "advertised" as being an
Emacs-type editor or (2) be extensible and come with an Emacs
command set "mode" already written. Editors that are extensible
but do not come with such a mode (i.e., you have to write it
yourself) are not
 
 
 

Emacs implementations, list of, regular post [long, FAQ]

Post by Craig A. F » Thu, 13 Aug 2009 22:35:33

ast-Modified: 2009-08-12
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Copyright: 1990-9, 2000-9 by Craig A. Finseth
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Emacs Implementations

Document id

Emacs Implementations and Literature
ftp://ftp.finseth.com/users/emacs
http://www.finseth.com/emacs.html

Last posted 2009-08-12

Contact:

Craig A. Finseth < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >
http://www.finseth.com. Please send updates directly to the
author via email.

Note the information regarding "The Craft of Text Editing"!

People interested in this FAQ might also be interested in:

http://www.jwz.org/doc/emacs-timeline.html

and:

http://www.emacswiki.org

Copyright

This FAQ document is Copyright 1990-9,2000-8 by Craig A. Finseth.

It may be reproduced and archived as part of normal network
distribution. Such distribution is assumed to include CD/ROM or other
bulk, unedited distribution.

It may be reproduced for individual or non-commerical use provided
that it is reproduced intact.

It may be reproduced for commercial use provided:

o it is reproduced essentially intact including all copyright
notices and acknowledgements,

o the publisher obtains the latest version directly from the
FAQ maintainer (using the above FTP/WWW site is acceptable),

o the publisher provides the FAQ maintainer with information
on what collection the copy of the FAQ is in, and how that
collection may be obtained,

o all material modifications (other than formatting) are
clearly marked.

Posted to comp.editors, comp.emacs, alt.religion.emacs, alt.answers,
comp.answers, news.answers

Description

This document provides a partial -- and not comprehensive -- list
of implementations of Emacs-type editors and literature about such
editors. You can help make it more comprehensive by sending me
additional information and/or updates.

This document is also gradually acquiring the role of a repository
of (at least) Emacs-related history. While that subject requires a
book to itself, this document will probably serve until someone
(_not_ me!) writes one.

This document is available via anonymous FTP and WWW. See above
URLs.

To be included in this list:

o A piece of literature should be a book, manual, article, paper,
or something that covers (or mentions) Emacs in particular or
text editing techniques in general. Specifically excluded are
items that are only of interest to non-Emacs users (a book on
"how to use vi") or vendor manuals for Emacs implementations
(as those are implicitly included in the implementations).
Non-vendor (i.e., third party) manuals are included.

o An implementation must either (1) be "advertised" as being an
Emacs-type editor or (2) be extensible and come with an Emacs
command set "mode" already written. Editors that are extensible
but do not come with such a mode
 
 
 

Emacs implementations, list of, regular post [long, FAQ]

Post by Craig A. F » Fri, 16 Oct 2009 00:01:53

ast-Modified: 2009-10-14
Posting-Frequency: bi-monthly
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Copyright: 1990-9, 2000-9 by Craig A. Finseth
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Emacs Implementations

Document id

Emacs Implementations and Literature
ftp://ftp.finseth.com/users/emacs
http://www.finseth.com/emacs.html

Last posted 2009-10-14

Contact:

Craig A. Finseth < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >
http://www.finseth.com. Please send updates directly to the
author via email.

Note the information regarding "The Craft of Text Editing"!

People interested in this FAQ might also be interested in:

http://www.jwz.org/doc/emacs-timeline.html

and:

http://www.emacswiki.org

Copyright

This FAQ document is Copyright 1990-9,2000-8 by Craig A. Finseth.

It may be reproduced and archived as part of normal network
distribution. Such distribution is assumed to include CD/ROM or other
bulk, unedited distribution.

It may be reproduced for individual or non-commerical use provided
that it is reproduced intact.

It may be reproduced for commercial use provided:

o it is reproduced essentially intact including all copyright
notices and acknowledgements,

o the publisher obtains the latest version directly from the
FAQ maintainer (using the above FTP/WWW site is acceptable),

o the publisher provides the FAQ maintainer with information
on what collection the copy of the FAQ is in, and how that
collection may be obtained,

o all material modifications (other than formatting) are
clearly marked.

Posted to comp.editors, comp.emacs, alt.religion.emacs, alt.answers,
comp.answers, news.answers

Description

This document provides a partial -- and not comprehensive -- list
of implementations of Emacs-type editors and literature about such
editors. You can help make it more comprehensive by sending me
additional information and/or updates.

This document is also gradually acquiring the role of a repository
of (at least) Emacs-related history. While that subject requires a
book to itself, this document will probably serve until someone
(_not_ me!) writes one.

This document is available via anonymous FTP and WWW. See above
URLs.

To be included in this list:

o A piece of literature should be a book, manual, article, paper,
or something that covers (or mentions) Emacs in particular or
text editing techniques in general. Specifically excluded are
items that are only of interest to non-Emacs users (a book on
"how to use vi") or vendor manuals for Emacs implementations
(as those are implicitly included in the implementations).
Non-vendor (i.e., third party) manuals are included.

o An implementation must either (1) be "advertised" as being an
Emacs-type editor or (2) be extensible and come with an Emacs
command set "mode" already written. Editors that are extensible
but do not come with such a mode
 
 
 

Emacs implementations, list of, regular post [long, FAQ]

Post by Craig A. F » Fri, 18 Dec 2009 04:22:52

ast-Modified: 2009-12-16
Posting-Frequency: bi-monthly
URL: http://www.finseth.com/emacs.html
Copyright: 1990-9, 2000-9 by Craig A. Finseth
Archive-name: emacs-implementations
Disclaimer: Approval for *.answers is based on form, not content.

Emacs Implementations

Document id

Emacs Implementations and Literature
ftp://ftp.finseth.com/users/emacs
http://www.finseth.com/emacs.html

Last posted 2009-12-16

Contact:

Craig A. Finseth < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >
http://www.finseth.com. Please send updates directly to the
author via email.

Note the information regarding "The Craft of Text Editing"!

People interested in this FAQ might also be interested in:

http://www.jwz.org/doc/emacs-timeline.html

and:

http://www.emacswiki.org

Copyright

This FAQ document is Copyright 1990-9,2000-8 by Craig A. Finseth.

It may be reproduced and archived as part of normal network
distribution. Such distribution is assumed to include CD/ROM or other
bulk, unedited distribution.

It may be reproduced for individual or non-commerical use provided
that it is reproduced intact.

It may be reproduced for commercial use provided:

o it is reproduced essentially intact including all copyright
notices and acknowledgements,

o the publisher obtains the latest version directly from the
FAQ maintainer (using the above FTP/WWW site is acceptable),

o the publisher provides the FAQ maintainer with information
on what collection the copy of the FAQ is in, and how that
collection may be obtained,

o all material modifications (other than formatting) are
clearly marked.

Posted to comp.editors, comp.emacs, alt.religion.emacs, alt.answers,
comp.answers, news.answers

Description

This document provides a partial -- and not comprehensive -- list
of implementations of Emacs-type editors and literature about such
editors. You can help make it more comprehensive by sending me
additional information and/or updates.

This document is also gradually acquiring the role of a repository
of (at least) Emacs-related history. While that subject requires a
book to itself, this document will probably serve until someone
(_not_ me!) writes one.

This document is available via anonymous FTP and WWW. See above
URLs.

To be included in this list:

o A piece of literature should be a book, manual, article, paper,
or something that covers (or mentions) Emacs in particular or
text editing techniques in general. Specifically excluded are
items that are only of interest to non-Emacs users (a book on
"how to use vi") or vendor manuals for Emacs implementations
(as those are implicitly included in the implementations).
Non-vendor (i.e., third party) manuals are included.

o An implementation must either (1) be "advertised" as being an
Emacs-type editor or (2) be extensible and come with an Emacs
command set "mode" already written. Editors that are extensible
but do not come with such a mode
 
 
 

Emacs implementations, list of, regular post [long, FAQ]

Post by Craig A. F » Sun, 14 Feb 2010 00:35:51

ast-Modified: 2010-02-12
Posting-Frequency: bi-monthly
URL: http://www.finseth.com/emacs.html
Copyright: 1990-9, 2000-10 by Craig A. Finseth
Archive-name: emacs-implementations
Disclaimer: Approval for *.answers is based on form, not content.

Emacs Implementations

Document id

Emacs Implementations and Literature
ftp://ftp.finseth.com/users/emacs
http://www.finseth.com/emacs.html

Last posted 2010-02-12

Contact:

Craig A. Finseth < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >
http://www.finseth.com. Please send updates directly to the
author via email.

Note the information regarding "The Craft of Text Editing"!

People interested in this FAQ might also be interested in:

http://www.jwz.org/doc/emacs-timeline.html

and:

http://www.emacswiki.org

Copyright

This FAQ document is Copyright 1990-9,2000-10 by Craig A. Finseth.

It may be reproduced and archived as part of normal network
distribution. Such distribution is assumed to include CD/ROM or other
bulk, unedited distribution.

It may be reproduced for individual or non-commerical use provided
that it is reproduced intact.

It may be reproduced for commercial use provided:

o it is reproduced essentially intact including all copyright
notices and acknowledgements,

o the publisher obtains the latest version directly from the
FAQ maintainer (using the above FTP/WWW site is acceptable),

o the publisher provides the FAQ maintainer with information
on what collection the copy of the FAQ is in, and how that
collection may be obtained,

o all material modifications (other than formatting) are
clearly marked.

Posted to comp.editors, comp.emacs, alt.religion.emacs, alt.answers,
comp.answers, news.answers

Description

This document provides a partial -- and not comprehensive -- list
of implementations of Emacs-type editors and literature about such
editors. You can help make it more comprehensive by sending me
additional information and/or updates.

This document is also gradually acquiring the role of a repository
of (at least) Emacs-related history. While that subject requires a
book to itself, this document will probably serve until someone
(_not_ me!) writes one.

This document is available via anonymous FTP and WWW. See above
URLs.

To be included in this list:

o A piece of literature should be a book, manual, article, paper,
or something that covers (or mentions) Emacs in particular or
text editing techniques in general. Specifically excluded are
items that are only of interest to non-Emacs users (a book on
"how to use vi") or vendor manuals for Emacs implementations
(as those are implicitly included in the implementations).
Non-vendor (i.e., third party) manuals are included.

o An implementation must either (1) be "advertised" as being an
Emacs-type editor or (2) be extensible and come with an Emacs
command set "mode" already written. Editors that are extensible
but do not come with such a mod
 
 
 

Emacs implementations, list of, regular post [long, FAQ]

Post by Craig A. F » Thu, 22 Apr 2010 09:57:30

ast-Modified: 2010-02-12
Posting-Frequency: bi-monthly
URL: http://www.finseth.com/emacs.html
Copyright: 1990-9, 2000-10 by Craig A. Finseth
Archive-name: emacs-implementations
Disclaimer: Approval for *.answers is based on form, not content.

Emacs Implementations

Document id

Emacs Implementations and Literature
ftp://ftp.finseth.com/users/emacs
http://www.finseth.com/emacs.html

Last posted 2010-02-12

Contact:

Craig A. Finseth < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >
http://www.finseth.com. Please send updates directly to the
author via email.

Note the information regarding "The Craft of Text Editing"!

People interested in this FAQ might also be interested in:

http://www.jwz.org/doc/emacs-timeline.html

and:

http://www.emacswiki.org

Copyright

This FAQ document is Copyright 1990-9,2000-10 by Craig A. Finseth.

It may be reproduced and archived as part of normal network
distribution. Such distribution is assumed to include CD/ROM or other
bulk, unedited distribution.

It may be reproduced for individual or non-commerical use provided
that it is reproduced intact.

It may be reproduced for commercial use provided:

o it is reproduced essentially intact including all copyright
notices and acknowledgements,

o the publisher obtains the latest version directly from the
FAQ maintainer (using the above FTP/WWW site is acceptable),

o the publisher provides the FAQ maintainer with information
on what collection the copy of the FAQ is in, and how that
collection may be obtained,

o all material modifications (other than formatting) are
clearly marked.

Posted to comp.editors, comp.emacs, alt.religion.emacs, alt.answers,
comp.answers, news.answers

Description

This document provides a partial -- and not comprehensive -- list
of implementations of Emacs-type editors and literature about such
editors. You can help make it more comprehensive by sending me
additional information and/or updates.

This document is also gradually acquiring the role of a repository
of (at least) Emacs-related history. While that subject requires a
book to itself, this document will probably serve until someone
(_not_ me!) writes one.

This document is available via anonymous FTP and WWW. See above
URLs.

To be included in this list:

o A piece of literature should be a book, manual, article, paper,
or something that covers (or mentions) Emacs in particular or
text editing techniques in general. Specifically excluded are
items that are only of interest to non-Emacs users (a book on
"how to use vi") or vendor manuals for Emacs implementations
(as those are implicitly included in the implementations).
Non-vendor (i.e., third party) manuals are included.

o An implementation must either (1) be "advertised" as being an
Emacs-type editor or (2) be extensible and come with an Emacs
command set "mode" already written. Editors that are extensible
but do not come with such a mod