Difference between revisions of "Emacs as a web browser's external editor"

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**Firefox add-on [https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/its-all-text/ It's All Text!] works with Emacsclient to allow the user to edit text in Emacs and send the results to the browser textarea with {{CommandKeys|C-x #|edit-server-done}}.
 
**Firefox add-on [https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/its-all-text/ It's All Text!] works with Emacsclient to allow the user to edit text in Emacs and send the results to the browser textarea with {{CommandKeys|C-x #|edit-server-done}}.
 
* Webkit family (Safari, Chrome)
 
* Webkit family (Safari, Chrome)
**Chrome extension [https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/ljobjlafonikaiipfkggjbhkghgicgoh Edit with Emacs] uses its own '''Edit Server''' rather than Emacsclient because Chrome's security policy does not allow extensions to spawn new processes. The extension allows the user to edit text in Emacs and send the results to the browser textarea with {{CommandKeys|C-x #|edit-server-done}}.
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**The Chrome extension is described on [[Edit with Emacs]].
  
 
* Internet Explorer
 
* Internet Explorer
 
* Opera
 
* Opera

Revision as of 12:20, 28 March 2012

  • Firefox family (Iceweasel, Conkeror, etc)
    • Firefox add-on It's All Text! works with Emacsclient to allow the user to edit text in Emacs and send the results to the browser textarea with [C-x #] (or M-x edit-server-done).
  • Webkit family (Safari, Chrome)
  • Internet Explorer
  • Opera