To quote the Emacs Manual: "Emacs is the extensible, customizable, self-documenting real-time display editor." Emacs, being one of the flagships of the Free Software Foundation is used and developed by countless people for many years. It is available for a big number of OS and due to its extensibility it is like a swiss army knife for all editing tasks.
An interesting behind-the-scenes look at the design and creation of the Emacs 21 logo.
EMacro is portable .emacs for GNU Emacs and XEmacs that configures itself. Beside download links to SourceForge, installation docs, solutions for special problems concerning configuration and tips and tricks the site provides a huge list of additional Emacs resources.
A set of documents that introduce Linux users to the Emacs editor. They assume minimal familiarity with vi or a similar editor.
Equivalent commands in Emacs for commands in Vi.
This document provides a partial list of implementations of Emacs-type editors and literature about such editors.
A general help for installing Emacs on OS/2.
Stallman's paper on the original (TECO) Emacs. What it means to be extensible. Why lisp is good for implementing extensible systems.
Offers a reference, an user guide, instructions how to install, tips and tricks, a list of supported speech-enabled applications and a download page.
An archive containing all the messages sent to the emacspeak mailing list by emacspeak users.
Official Free Software Foundation page for the extensible, customizable, self-documenting real-time display editor.
Official Emacs manual from the Free Software Foundation.
A collection of information about Emacs providing links to Emacs related papers, Emacs lisp developer sites, notes about emacs debugging, package pointers and installation tips.
JEmacs is a re-implementation of Emacs, written in a mixture of Java, Scheme, and Emacs Lisp.
Learn about the first emacs implementation to use lisp. Bernard Greenberg's vast, unpublished 1979 "Mother of All Multics Emacs papers" (a meta-paper from which all others were ultimately excerpted) contains lots of implementation detail.
The GNU Emacs project homepage at Savannah.
The full text of the book "The Craft of Text Editing: Emacs for the Modern World" by Craig Finseth, last published in 1991 by Springer-Verlag.
A collection of the knowledge of the Emacs community to serve as a source of answers for all kind of questions concerning Emacs.
Information about customizing Emacs and a collection of local and linked dotfiles.
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