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XEmacs is a highly customizable open source text editor and application development system. It is protected under the GNU Public License and related to other versions of Emacs, in particular GNU Emacs. Its emphasis is on modern graphical user interface support and an open software development model, similar to Linux.
JOE is a full featured terminal-based screen editor. JOE has been around since 1988 and comes standard with many Linux distributions.
Aquamacs is an Aqua-native build of the powerful Emacs text editor. By "Aqua-native," we mean more than just the fact that this version of Emacs runs as a standard OS X application. Aquamacs features extensive customization: it will feel and behave mostly like an Aqua program - while ... [More]
PIDA is an IDE (integrated development environment). PIDA is different from other IDEs in that it will use the tools you already have available rather than attempting to reinvent each one. PIDA is written in Python with the PyGTK toolkit, and although is designed to be used to program in any language, PIDA has fancy Python IDE features.
EditorConfig helps developers define and maintain consistent coding styles between different editors and IDEs. The EditorConfig project consists of a file format for defining coding styles and a collection of text editor plugins that enable editors to read the file format and adhere to defined ... [More]
SXEmacs is a highly customisable and extensible real-time display editor and IDE. Yes, SXEmacs is an editor, but it is oh so much more than that too. SXEmacs is like the Swiss Army Knife of Open Source, being everything from a tetris game to a full blown X11 window manager. It is easier to ... [More]
Jupp is a fork of JOE’s Own Editor, providing a lot of bug fixes as well as a new resource file implementing an editing mode optimal for programmers.
Ri for (X)Emacs is a (X)Emacs extension that acts as a convenientwrapper around ri. It has autocompletion, nice colored output,it will ask for a class name if needed.It is indispensible when coding Ruby with Emacs!
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