Subcategories under Emacs

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by Philipp Stephani
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by Eli Zaretskii
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by Csányi Pál
GNU Emacs source code postings and patches 1915 3231
by ELPA update
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by 積丹尼 Dan Jacobson
EMMS is the Emacs Multi-Media System. It tries to be a clean and small application to play multimedia files from Emacs using external players. Many of it's ideas are derived from MpthreePlayer , but it tries to be more general and cleaner. 435 1776
by Yoni Rabkin-2
Discussion forum for users of the GNU Emacs port to Windows 751 3346
by Carl Winbäck
ECB
ECB is a file/code browser for Emacs. It can be used to browse any type of file and supports parsing of Java, C, C++, Elisp and some other code like perl, TeX, LaTeX. ECB home is here.
Sub-Forums: ecb-list
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by Christian Hilberg
This list distributes announcements and progress reports on GNU Emacs. It is NOT for general discussion; please use help-gnu-emacs for that. 58 64
by Nicolas Petton-2
Aquamacs Emacs is an Aqua-native distribution of the powerful Emacs text editor (version 22.x), featuring Plug&Play and a Mac-like UI with pleasant fonts. Extensive customization enables to feel just right and interact well with your other applications. Aquamacs Emacs home is here. 5352 10554
by Gideon Simpson
This is an archive of public mailing list for users of ESS for GNU & X Emacs ("ESS-help" formely was "S-mode"). ESS (Emacs Speaks Statistics) is a package for editing source and running command oriented statistics programs, currently including R, S-PLUS, Lisp-Stat, SAS, Stata, BUGS, etc. For more info, see the ESS site. The purposes of the mailing list include helping users of ESS (formerly known as S-mode) to get along with it; discussing aspects of using ESS for GNU Emacs and Xemacs; suggestions for improvements; announcements of new [beta] releases of ESS; and posting small patches to ESS. 1271 6053
by Vincent Goulet-2
Discussion of Emacs support for multi-directional text. 52 585
by Eli Zaretskii
TRAMP stands for 'Transparent Remote (file) Access, Multiple Protocol'. This package provides remote file editing, similar to Ange-FTP. The difference is that Ange-FTP uses FTP to transfer files between the local and the remote host, whereas tramp uses a combination of rsh and rcp or other work-alike programs, such as ssh/scp. Gnu - Tramp home is here. 1 1
by hazlup
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by MJ Chan-3